The newly selected regime heading up Arizona’s top statewide offices is now targeting Kari Lake with potential felony charges for speaking out against the rigged election in Arizona.
Questionably elected Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes, a former lawyer for Mexican drug cartels, sent out a new letter on Monday, asking questionably elected Attorney General Kris Mayes to “investigate and take appropriate enforcement action against Kari Lake” for sounding the alarm about the stolen 2022 Election.
This comes just TWO DAYS before the Arizona Court of Appeals is set to hold a February 1 conference in Kari Lake’s lawsuit contesting the stolen Midterm Election. They are terrified and will stop at nothing to cover up the truth.
As The Gateway Pundit reported, Kris Mayes recently revealed that the AG’s Election Integrity Unit (EIU) “is going to become a Voter Protection Unit” to “fight any effort by anyone to eliminate vote by mail” and prosecute alleged voter intimidation and alleged intimidation of election officials.
Instead of fighting election fraud, the new regime will target good Arizonans who want honest elections.
The letter from Adrian Fontes references a tweet from Kari Lake, which can be found below:
🚨 BOMBSHELL DISCOVERY 🚨
Today’s Senate Testimony CONFIRMS nearly 40,000 ballots illegally counted (10% of the signatures reviewed).
I think all the “Election Deniers” out there deserve an apology. pic.twitter.com/3g2x5zgd2c
— Kari Lake (@KariLake) January 23, 2023
The photo that Lake embedded in this tweet shows redacted early ballot affidavits compared with signatures from redacted voter registration records. This information was made public by the Arizona Senate Elections Committee last Monday and is being used in Kari Lake’s election lawsuit.
Lake simply shared evidence that was presented in the Senate.
The Gateway Pundit reported on some of the shocking findings in last Monday’s presentation, including Election Day tabulators reportedly rejecting nearly 1/4 million vote attempts on election day and nearly 300,000 mismatched or fraudulent mail-in ballot signatures in Maricopa County’s 2022 Election.
Fontes’ letter claims that Lake violated ARS 16-168 (f), which states,
Nothing in this section shall preclude public inspection of voter registration records at the office of the county recorder for the purposes prescribed by this section, except that the month and day of birth date, the social security number or any portion thereof, the driver license number or nonoperating identification license number, the Indian census number, the father’s name or mother’s maiden name, the state or country of birth and the records containing a voter’s signature and a voter’s e-mail address shall not be accessible or reproduced by any person other than the voter, by an authorized government official in the scope of the official’s duties, for any purpose by an entity designated by the secretary of state as a voter registration agency pursuant to the national voter registration act of 1993 (P.L. 103-31; 107 Stat. 77), for signature verification on petitions and candidate filings, for election purposes and for news gathering purposes by a person engaged in newspaper, radio, television or reportorial work, or connected with or employed by a newspaper, radio or television station or pursuant to a court order. Notwithstanding any other law, a voter’s e-mail address may not be released for any purpose. A person who violates this subsection or subsection E of this section is guilty of a class 6 felony.
Fontes’ letter asks Mayes to take action and investigate Lake for a felony offense.
According to Salwin Law Group, “in Arizona, crimes can be classified as misdemeanors or felonies. Misdemeanors are less serious than felonies. Unlike misdemeanors, felonies can result in prison time. A conviction for a felony also will result in the defendant losing certain civil rights, such as the right to vote or possess a firearm.”
Some examples of class 6 felonies include:
Sexual conduct with a minor (if the victim is 15 years or older)
Theft (if the value of stolen items is between $2000 and $3000)
Possession of drug paraphernalia
Aggravated domestic violence
Possession of burglary tools
Unlawful discharge of firearms
AZ Defenders writes, “a conviction of a class 6 felony can result in fines, probation, or a prison sentence typically ranging from 4 months to 5.75 years.”
This is not what our founding fathers had in mind. This is what communists do.
Local patriot Anthony Dewitt shared the letter on Twitter, saying,
THIS IS HORRIBLE! They are now trying to come after and investigate @KariLake for speaking up about our mismanaged elections! The corrupt government is now trying to force her to remain silent by prosecution!!! This is political persecution!
THIS IS HORRIBLE! They are now trying to come after and investigate @KariLake for speaking up about our mismanaged elections! The corrupt government is now trying to force her to remain silent by prosecution!!!
This is political persecution!@KariLakeWarRoom pic.twitter.com/ApuxQxdd5w
— Anthony DeWitt (@AnthonyDeWitt7) January 31, 2023
These are the same tactics used by the illegitimate Hobbs regime when Katie Hobbs threatened the Mohave County Board of Supervisors with felony arrests if they did not vote to certify the election.
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