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Emerald Robinson: Something Stinks In Arizona!

FLASH: Despite the many questions about the validity of the 2022 election results, and the prospect of a recount in some races, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has certified the results.


Well before the 2022 election our friend Emerald Robinson has been telling us - and the world - that what happened in Arizona would happen.

Since Emerald was kicked-off of Twitter and other social media and fired from her job as a White House correspondent for reporting the truth about the COVID vaccine, the primary platform to view her content is her Substack column – we urge you to annoy liberals and frustrate the Uniparty by subscribing and supporting her.


As Emerald explained prior to the election, the corporate media was sowing the narrative that voting machines malfunctioning was totally normal, and that election results which take weeks to discover are totally fine:


I told you why voting machines “not working” in key counties was always the plan of the Washington uniparty to stop Trump-aligned politicians from taking over the GOP.


I explained why it was madness for so many conservative talk show hosts and “experts” to reassure GOP voters that candidates like Kari Lake and Blake Masters would ultimately win their elections while they were being cheated out of their victories.


Too many right-wing “influencers” in the media had no idea what was going on.


After all, I’ve spent the entire year hosting election integrity experts on my TV show — The Absolute Truth — and most of them agreed that nothing had been done about the stolen 2020 election. No meaningful reforms had been passed. No guilty parties had been prosecuted. No safeguards were in place.


In other words, the only reason to believe that America’s elections in 2022 would be better than 2020 was blind hope.


So, I was not using astrology or a time machine to accurately predict that Trump-aligned candidates in key races would suddenly find their elections slow down as corrupt election officials started to cheat.


The prime example of this brazen fraud is Maricopa County


EDITOR’S NOTE: The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors inexplicably moved their certification meeting from 9:30 am to 8:00 am. after they had just been served a subpoena for elections records to be provided by 9:30 am., Monday, November 28, 2022. Nothing to see there, move along.

Now, Emerald Robinson wasn’t the only one to raise many of those concerns – but she has been the only one of which we are aware who has put the numbers together to explain how it worked.


As Ms. Robinson explained, the official cause of this terrible election was a “printer issue” and it only affected about 7% of the ballots or 17,000 votes.

Remember: the official position of Maricopa County is that only 17,000 ballots were affected which it calculated as 7% of Election Day votes.

The problem with that 7% figure is that you get a final Election Day vote total of 246,000 ballots — even though Maricopa County has admitted that about 750,000 voters showed up on Election Day.


That’s half a million votes that have disappeared.

And, to top it all off, Ms. Robinson revealed that Arizona’s new elections chief appears to be a former FBI agent in the “cyber division” making one wonder how, after the disastrous fraud and error-filled Arizona election of 2020, there could be a repeat in 2022… unless that was the goal and hiring Kori Lorick was the means.


There’s a lot more to Emerald Robinson’s analysis of how the 2022 Arizona election was stolen, but it’s too long for us to reproduce here, so go to her Substack, read the whole series of articles and then subscribe.



  • Arizona Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Wright letter

  • Thomas Liddy Civil Division Chief of the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office

  • Democrat Katie Hobbs

  • Secretary of State

  • Mariciopa County voting

  • Arizona election law

  • ballot tabulators

  • provisional ballots

  • Door 3 ballots

  • comingled ballots

  • printer configuration settings

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