BREAKING: Gateway Pundit Was Right! — AZ State Officials Find Impossible Variant in Election Day Data


We were right!

Black duffle bags show up at Maricopa County Center in Arizona.

In the August 2, 2022 Primary in Maricopa, registered Independents who voted in person chose Republicans 3:1 over Democrats.

Maricopa now says “Indies broke for Democrats” on Nov. 8th.

But just 3 months earlier, Indies chose Republicans by over 50 points. GP published a story on this blowout at the , with graphs.

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Aug. 2nd Primary – In-Person Voting

** Independent Voters (31,318)

** 73.95% voted for Republicans (23,160)

** 23.42% voted for Democrats (7,335)

+50.53 point advantage for Republicans

In the Primary, an Indie voter who goes to the polls on election day can ask for either a Republican or Democrat ballot. 80% of those who voted in person that day, used a Republican ballot. This was a BLOWOUT. It makes no sense Indies would massively swing left by Nov. 8th.

On the August 2nd Primary in Maricopa, registered Independents who voted in person chose Republicans 3:1 over Democrats. Maricopa now says “Indies broke for Democrats” on Nov. 8th. But just 3 months earlier, Indies chose Republicans by 50 points. GP published a story on this blowout, with graphs.

And then there was the general midterm election in Arizona where we saw similar turnout.

Maricopa County primary election day ballot returns by party.

As The Gateway Pundit reported earlier
Despite Only 17% Democrat Turnout on Election Day – Katie Hobbs and Democrats Are Winning Over 50% of Maricopa County Election Day Totals

On Election night at 8 PM Uplift Data released its final hourly results on the Arizona and Maricopa County elections.

Throughout the election cycle, Uplift posted the latest updates on mail-in ballot counts on its website as ballots arrived in the weeks leading up to Election Day. This was a great tool for Democrats to understand the real-time results. On Election Day Uplift tracked the hourly reported results from precincts across Maricopa County.

When the polls closed at 8:00 PM MT Uplift released its final analysis from the day.

Maricopa County turnout numbers on Election Day at 8:00 PM:

Republicans received 52.7% of the vote.
“Other” received 30.7% of the vote.
Democrats received 16.6% of the vote.

The “other” category is likely independents leaning Republican and Republican voters who refuse to talk to liberal pollsters.

Here is the Uplift final count chart:

So, again, according to Uplift Data tracking service Republicans had 52.7% of the vote on Election Day.

Democrats had 16.6% of the vote on Election Day.

USA Today reported on Wednesday, Nov. 9 that Kari Lake won 70% of the Election Day vote.

Since Election night Maricopa County slow-walked their actual results to the citizens of the state.

Katie Hobbs has won every ballot drop, except two, from Maricopa County since Tuesday extending her lead over Kari Lake by 34,000 votes.

Katie Hobbs won more Election Day votes in the Thursday and Friday ballot drops.

Kari Lake won 51.8% of the 85,000 Maricopa ballots on Saturday night.

On Sunday, Kari Lake won 54% of the 97,000 Maricopa ballots on Sunday night.

Maricopa County election officials want you to believe that ALL of the independent voters on election day voted Democrat in Maricopa County.

It should be clear for anyone with 6th grade math skills that this is impossible.

Now the Arizona Sun Times, a liberal outlet, posted a report that agrees with our assessment of the 2022 race.

The numbers DON’T ADD UP!

Investigations are continuing into the election anomalies in Arizona, where Republicans performed fairly well except for in the top four Trump-endorsed races. Since there are 4 percent more Republicans than Democrats in the state (as well as in Maricopa County), and most of the Republicans were easily beating their Democratic opponents in mainstream polls, data analysts are looking closely at the numbers. Analytics 805 examined the numbers of who voted in most of the races, and discovered that Republican candidates outside of the four races performed incredibly well in contrast, as much as 200 percent better.

Analytics 805 founder Thomas Cole told The Arizona Sun Times, “We took the Arizona election numbers and made this chart, to visually show the improbability of Kari Lake losing, while the entire state of Arizona voted Republican for the State Senate and U.S. House races. We saw a two-to-one Republican versus Democrat vote in the State Senate races. So it makes no sense to think those Republicans suddenly flipped to Democrat Katie Hobbs for governor by a 25 percent margin.



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