Kari Lake Slams ‘Bald Moron’ Democrat Lawyer Marc Elias Over Election Claims

Twitter spat goes viral after Lake's fiery response to the globalist attorney

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The Twitter account for GOP Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake’s campaign issued a blistering message to Hillary Clinton’s lapdog lawyer Marc Elias.

On Monday, Elias posted a video of his recent appearance on MSNBC where he claimed there was no voter suppression in the state of Arizona despite detailing multiple examples of voter disenfranchisement in the very same segment.

In his tweet, Elias wrote, “If you look up the definition of chutzpah in the dictionary, you find the idea that Kari Lake thinks there is voter suppression in Arizona.”

The Kari Lake War Room account responded, “Marc, You would not believe what happened when we looked up the term, ‘Bald Moron.’”

Popular attorney and podcaster Viva Frei pointed out Elias essentially made Lake’s case for her by admitting there were long lines to vote, that registration laws kept people from voting and that ballots were tossed due to mismatched signatures.

Of course, Elias placed the blame on Republicans for each of these issues.

The top Democrat attorney also issued a threat to any county in Arizona that might fail to certify the election results, writing, “go ask their buddies in Cochise about how that worked out for them.”

While Elias firmly claims there was nothing wrong with the Arizona midterms, the individuals who actually worked the election overwhelmingly said they are “not at all confident” in the accuracy of the results in a recent poll.

In an interview posted on Monday, Michael Schaefer claimed the voting machines used in Arizona were never certified by an accredited test lab, as is mandated by state law.

If so, the entire election should be thrown out.

Schaefer runs an accredited test lab himself, so he’s familiar with this process.

On Tuesday, it was revealed that a group of eleven RNC lawyers found more issues in Maricopa County, Arizona than previously reported with over 60% of the voting centers they visited having material problems with the tabulators not being able to tabulate ballots.

This largely took place in red districts.

Below are a couple of personal testimonies from Arizona voters who had problems voting in the election.

The left cries about voter suppression leading up to elections and pretends such a thing doesn’t exist after they secure the seats they need.