Monday, December 26, 2022


 Submitted by: Jackie Juntti

America and the rest of this world are dealing with the Prince of the Air (SATAN).  I repeat over and over that we are deeply involved in a Spiritual War and it has to be fought SPIRITUALLY

We can call it THE DEEP STATE or the PROGRESSIVES or the FAR LEFT or whatever else but until it is recognized as the SERVANTS OF SATAN we are fighting fire with gasoline.  We aren't fighting political parties - we are fighting demonic beings - the fallen angels who serve the Prince of the Air.

Joshua 24:15   -- And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD. 


Matt.7:13,14   -- “Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many. For the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and those who find it are few. 


Jackie Juntti

It isn't who YOU are - It is WHOSE you are ! ! !



Kari Lake Makes Huge Announcement After Judge Delivers Ruling on Election Lawsuit


Kari Lake announced that she would file an appeal after a judge rejected her claims in a lawsuit that sought to overturn her election loss in the Arizona gubernatorial race to Democrat Katie Hobbs by around 17,000 votes.

The judge had promised to consider the evidence of highly suspicious problems at vote tabulation centers and in Maricopa, CO, especially where machine tabulators had failed so spectacularly that there could have been no way that all of the errors were not planned and carried out on purpose.


In the end, the judge basically ruled that the election officials were doing the best they could and supported the State’s position that people should vote on election day- because it was too much work for the election officials to handle appropriately.

Lake has shown that she is determined to take the issue to the next level and push for election reform, even in the face of this last loss.


Noteworthy, Lake’s team reported a townhall article that makes a lot of sense:


“The Dismissal of Kari Lake’s Election Lawsuit Shows Voter Disenfranchisement No Longer Matters @Rach_IC :”Legal experts believe his decision [by Judge Thompson] was ghostwritten, they suspect top left-wing attorneys like Marc Elias emailed him what to say.”

The Dismissal of Kari Lake’s Election Lawsuit Shows Voter Disenfranchisement No Longer Matters @Rach_IC:"Legal experts believe his decision [by Judge Thompson] was ghostwritten, they suspect top left-wing attorneys like Marc Elias emailed him what to say."

— Kari Lake (@KariLake) December 26, 2022


“The trial court judge in Kari Lake’s election lawsuit predictably threw out her case on Saturday, putting on a sham trial that on the surface looked fair to the general public that doesn’t know any better, but to legal minds was a travesty of justice. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson only gave her two days for a trial and issued his ruling immediately afterward, even though he could have taken several days, and it was one of the biggest, most important cases in the country. Legal experts believe his decision was ghostwritten; they suspect top left-wing attorneys like Marc Elias emailed him what to say,” Townhall reported.

Here is how the local AZ news reported on the shocking- yet somehow expected ruling:

“Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson issued a decision in the suit at 10:45 a.m. on Christmas Eve, shooting down all of Lake’s claims. His decision came after a two-day trial on Wednesday and Thursday in which Lake’s team attempted to convince him that a Maricopa County employee had intentionally tampered with Election Day ballot printers in an effort to disenfranchise Republican voters and that the county’s failure to adhere to chain-of custody rules for early ballots dropped off on Election Day led to thousands of illegal ballots being injected into the system,” Arizona Mirror reported.


Lake tweeted Saturday morning: “This Judge did not rule in our favor. However, for the sake of restoring faith and honesty in our elections, I will appeal his ruling.”

Marin Walsh reported for Conservative Brief:

Judge Thompson wrote in his decision: “Every one of Plaintiff’s witnesses — and for that matter, Defendants’ witnesses as well — was asked about any personal knowledge of both intentional misconduct and intentional misconduct directed to impact the 2022 General Election. Every single witness before the Court disclaimed any personal knowledge of such misconduct. The Court cannot accept speculation or conjecture in place of clear and convincing evidence.”



Over 200 people submitted statements to the court detailing their frustrating experiences trying to vote on Election Day in Maricopa County. However, Judge Thompson stated that many of those voters were still able to cast their ballots.

“This Court acknowledges the anger and frustration of voters who were subjected to inconvenience and confusion at voter centers as technical problems arose during the 2022 General Election,” Thompson wrote.

The AZ Mirror reported:


Lake relied on witnesses like cybersecurity expert Clay Parikh, who testified that issues with ballot-on-demand printers on Election Day were caused by a 19-inch ballot image being printed onto 20-inch paper. He opined that it was done intentionally and could not have happened by accident.

Maricopa County Co-Elections Director Scott Jarrett later explained that the smaller printing size happened after other printer problems had already cropped up on Election Day, when techs changed the settings to “fit to print” while they were troubleshooting. Jarrett said it only happened at three voting centers and impacted 1,300 ballots, though Parikh claimed that he found the missized ballots in batches he inspected from six voting centers.

Thompson did not buy into Parikh’s theory about the ballots.


“If the ballot definitions (sizes) were changed, it stands to reason that every ballot for that particular definition printed on every machine so affected would be printed incorrectly,” Thompson wrote. “As Plaintiff’s next witness indicates, that was not the case on Election Day. In either event, Mr. Parikh acknowledged that he had no personal knowledge of any intent behind what he believes to be the error.”

Judge Thompson said that Lake’s team did not provide evidence proving voters were turned away or refused ballots on Election Day.

“No election in Arizona has ever been set aside, no result modified, because of a statistical estimate,” Thompson wrote, regarding Baris’ testimony. “Election contests are decided by votes, not by polling responses, and the Court has found no authority suggesting that exit polling ought to be used in this manner.”

“Plaintiff has no free-standing right to challenge election results based upon what Plaintiff believes – rightly or wrongly – went awry on Election Day,” Thompson wrote. “She must, as a matter of law, prove a ground that the legislature has provided as a basis for challenging an election.


An attorney for Maricopa County said the county will likely seek sanctions against Lake’s legal team over its lawsuit, the Washington Post reported.

“Tom Liddy, an attorney for Maricopa County, confirmed to The Washington Post that the county will be seeking sanctions,” the newspaper reported.


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