Kari Lake held her first press conference since her Maricopa County Superior Court trial and the dismissal of her case challenging Maricopa County's fraudulent mail-in ballot signature verification system earlier today.
Kari Lake and her team teased the announcement of "big news" late last night after Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter A. Thompson's ruling.
Part of Lake's big announcement dealt with the stolen midterm election, and she vowed to continue fighting her lawsuit all the way to the United States Supreme Court if necessary.
Kari Lake has been fighting against the stolen midterm election since November 8.
As The Gateway Pundit previously reported, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled in Lake's favor on appeal after her first trial challenging voting machine failures at 60% of voting locations targeting Republican voters in Maricopa County. The Supreme Court remanded her signature verification fraud count back to the trial court for further review after it was tossed by the same Judge prior to trial. Maricopa County did not accurately verify tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of mail-in signatures; they couldn't possibly have.
Despite evidence from Maricopa County's own data, which shows "approximately 274,000 ballot signatures compared and verified in less than three seconds," Judge Peter A. Thompson again ruled in favor of Defendants late last night, claiming that "level one and level two signature review did take place in some fashion."