LAKE WAITS: Arizona Has Only Counted 70% of the Vote TWO DAYS After Polls Closed

Ballot counters in Arizona continued their work Thursday nearly two full days after polls closed in the state, raising serious questions over why the official tally is taking so long.

As of this report, officials have verified just 70% of the vote.

Democrat Katie Hobbs holds a razor-thin lead over Republican Kari Lake, 50.3% to 49.7%.

“One of the reasons that I will win is the voters in Arizona are tired of shoddy elections that are run by imbeciles. And that’s going to change,” Lake told Tucker Carlson.

Watch her remarks above.