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Kari Lake could be in deep trouble following Court of Appeals ruling on defamation case

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Kari Lake’s appeal to dismiss Maricopa County Stephen Richer’s defamation lawsuit against her was declined by the Arizona Court of Appeals.

The case will proceed to trial, providing Lake with the opportunity to prove her claims against Richer, including the accusation of intentional election sabotage.

Despite her previous court losses and lack of evidence, Lake now has the chance to present her case in court. (Trending: Joe Biden Caught In Another Major Lie About J6)

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Jay Adleman said, “The court is satisfied that the disputed statements — if indeed they are ‘provable’ as false or defamatory — would be undeserving of the protections associated with our First Amendment principles.”

Lake wrote, “@StephenRicher is suing me for defamation through a Soros-backed group called Project Democracy. It’s an in-kind donation to @RubenGallego. But it’s bigger than that.”

“They’re trying to take away our protected political speech so nobody running for office will be able to speak out and criticize elected officials,” she continued.

“They’re trying to criminalize honest journalism and our freedom of the press. They’re trying to prevent moms and dads from going to school board meetings and criticizing their representatives. If this is successful, it will be the death of our First Amendment. People need to care and pay attention to this,” added Lake.

The ruling allows her to continue her legal battle and attempt to substantiate her allegations.

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