BREAKING: Arizona Supreme Court Responds To Kari Lake’s Petition For Transfer In Historic Election Challenge – ORDER INCLUDED

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The Arizona Supreme Court responded to Kari Lake’s petition to transfer her election lawsuit directly to the State Supreme Court, bypassing the State Appeals Court.

As The Gateway Pundit reported, Kari Lake filed a ‘Petition For Transfer’ in the Arizona Supreme Court last week in her lawsuit to overturn to 2022 Midterm Election. Read the full petition here.

JUST IN: Kari Lake Files Petition to Transfer Historic Election Challenge Directly to Arizona Supreme Court – FILING INCLUDED

Lake argued that Katie Hobbs’ swearing-in ceremony on January 2nd and the “electoral chaos” that targeted and disenfranchised Republican voters in Maricopa County on Election Day justify an immediate decision from the Arizona Supreme Court and a new election.

The Gateway Pundit reported on Katie Hobbs’ private swearing-in ceremony Monday. In a bizarre moment of incompetence and unseriousness, Hobbs bursted into laughter after she was told to solemnly swear that she will support the Constitution.

WATCH: Katie Hobbs Sworn Into Office At Illegitimate Private Ceremony, Breaks Out In Laughter When Asked To Swear That She Will Support the Constitution

However, the Supreme Court told Kari Lake, “The Court notes that the Court of Appeals has entered a scheduling order directing respondents in the special action proceeding.” The order continues, “No good cause appears to transfer the matter to this Court.”

The Gateway Pundit reported that A three-judge bench in the Appeals Court scheduled the morning of January 24th for a conference and oral argument in Kari Lake’s appeal.

Read the full order from the Arizona Court of Appeals here:

BREAKING: Arizona Court of Appeals Reserves Time for Conference and Possible Oral Argument In Kari Lake’s Historic Election Lawsuit – ORDER INCLUDED

“IT IS ORDERED denying the Petition to Transfer both the appeal and the petition for special action without prejudice to seeking expedited review of an adverse decision in either proceeding,” the order concludes.

Lake is still confident that this case will move forward to the Supreme Court. The order denies a transfer “without prejudice to seeking expedited review of an adverse decision in either proceeding.”

Lake told The Gateway Pundit,

We’re expecting justice. We’re expecting some brave judges to emerge when Arizona’s voters need them most. Our trial proved more than 300,000 invalid ballots were pumped into a crooked system, and we witnesses the sabotage of Election Day voting—and that’s just in Maricopa County. The facts and evidence back that up. Either this stops now, or we don’t have a country. Our case is the case that can turn things around. My court case will be going before the Appeals Court prior to the Arizona Supreme Court because it’s already been scheduled for review.

This decision was done without prejudice & I am confident the case will end up in their hands eventually. We’re moving forward.

Read the full Arizona Supreme Court Order below:

AZ Supreme Court Lake v. Hobbs 01:04:2023 by Jordan Conradson on Scribd

The Gateway Pundit will continue to provide updates on Lake’s lawsuit!

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Jordan Conradson, formerly TGP’s Arizona correspondent, is currently on assignment in Washington DC. Jordan has played a critical role in exposing fraud and corruption in Arizona's elections and elected officials. His reporting on election crimes in Maricopa County led to the resignation of one election official, and he was later banned from the Maricopa County press room for his courage in pursuit of the truth. TGP and Jordan finally gained access after suing Maricopa County, America's fourth largest county, and winning at the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. Conradson looks forward to bringing his aggressive style of journalism to the Swamp.

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