Arizona Judge Lee Jantzen turned down Sonny Borrelli’s lawsuit on Monday, but the case is not entirely over.
The Gateway Pundit reported that Arizona State Senator Sonny Borrelli filed a lawsuit last week against Katie Hobbs and Maricopa County on behalf of Mohave County, alleging that Maricopa County “experimented with unproven and proprietary artificial intelligence in voter signature verification.”
Borrelli’s lawsuit states that due to Maricopa County’s use of “unproven software programs that improperly but unavoidably influenced the judgment of poorly trained workers tasked with signature verification, in violation of Arizona statutory law, the voting strength of residents of Mohave County, Arizona, was diluted and their Constitutional rights were violated.”
Maricopa County illegally relied on unproven third-party artificial intelligence software to verify ballot signatures at Runbeck.
A Runbeck whistleblower revealed in Lake’s filing that HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of ballots had no chain of custody documentation. This is a shocking and massive violation of the law. Also, tens if not HUNDREDS of thousands of mail-in ballots with mismatched signatures were illegally verified at Runbeck and counted in violation of Arizona law.
However, Borrelli’s lawsuit was thrown out in court because Borrelli’s attorneys apparently waited too long to serve the defendants.
As The Gateway Pundit reported, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson ruled on the defendant’s motions to dismiss Kari Lake’s historic stolen election lawsuit. The trial is set for December 21 and 22.
Kari Lake is going to trial on the major chain of custody issue, which could overturn the election. The problems regarding fraudulent mail-in ballots and signature verification were tossed by the Judge.
A judge tossed a bid by the incoming state Senate majority leader to have the results of the governor’s race thrown out.
Sen. Sonny Borrelli, R-Lake Havasu City, had claimed Maricopa County illegally uses computers to review signatures on ballot envelopes.
Mohave County Superior Court Judge Lee Jantzen said Friday that Borrelli waited too long to serve the defendants, including Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs, to inform them of the lawsuit and their right to appear in court to defend themselves.
Jantzen also refused to give Borrelli’s attorneys more time to serve those summonses now. He said that, having delayed the matter already, there was no way to resolve the case by the deadlines set in law to deal with election challenges.
The case is not entirely gone.
Jantzen told the attorneys they are free to pursue their claim that Maricopa County is violating state laws about how signatures on ballot envelopes must be reviewed.
This is a developing story.