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Maricopa County 8 PM Ballot Drop – Hobbs Picks Up Votes Intentionally Released From Liberal Districts

Maricopa County released a new ballot dump on Friday night.

According to Charlie Kirk and RNC Committeeman Tyler Bowyer, these ballots came from liberal Tolleson, Avondale, and South Phoenix. Charlie Kirk called the County’s choice to drop only liberal ballots “criminal.”

Kirk tweeted that none of the ballots from tonight’s dump came from Maricopa County’s conservative districts.

The election was over on Tuesday and Arizona election officials are now slow walking the results to the public.

Republicans had a MASSIVE turnout on Tuesday. Maricopa sabotaged the day with broken tabulators in 30 percent of the precincts.

Now Maricopa County is playing with the results.

On Friday, they released 72,000 ballots and said Katie Hobbs won the majority of them.

GOP voters are stunned.

The demonic left is up to their old tricks to steal the country from the American people.

The Gateway Pundit reported on yesterday’s ballot dump favoring Democrats.

However, this new dump includes the early ballots that were dropped off on election day. Kari Lake’s attorney Harmeet Dhillon said that this will be “bad for Dems,” as they expect these next drops to favor Republican candidates.

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Kari Lake War Room tweeted that this will include 17,000 election day votes that were dropped in “door 3,” some early votes, and many mail-in ballots that were dropped off on election day.

Even leftist “data guru” Garrett Archer admits, “the GOP cavalry is coming.”

The ballot drop was a shock for Republican voters who went out in droves on election day.

What is going on?

Kari Lake held a 10-point lead in several recent polls, including an 11-point lead in the recent FOX 10 poll from Arizona.

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