Paul Craig Roberts analyzes the election and reaches the obvious conclusion: it was stolen. From Roberts at paulcraigroberts.org:
Americans, not all of them but most, are too proud of their country and too protective of its reputation as “the world’s best democracy” to admit it, but they have just experienced another stolen election. All the telltale signs are there–just as they are for the 2020 presidential election that was stolen from President Trump. Ballot count delays while Democrats round up sufficient fraudulent ballots to offset the Republican’s victory. Sudden upward spikes of 100,000 votes in one moment of time to push a Democrat candidate on a losing path ahead of the Republican. It is not possible for that number of ballots to be counted in such a short time period or that they would all be for one candidate alone. I know of no Republican candidate winning by a sudden upward spike in votes. This is a phenomenon exclusive to Democrats. A person might think that it would strike people as curious that only Democrats win by sudden upward vote spikes and ask questions, but no such question arises. To my knowledge, no election official has ever produced the names of the vast numbers of Democrats who somehow voted all at once in a short time for the Democrat candidate.
Fox TV’s Tucker Carlson pointed out one way the Democrats stole the Arizona election. The Democrats arranged for the voting machines to fail in voting precincts known as Republican majority. Those unable to vote, or some of them, were given a ballot to be put in a box when completed to be counted later. Next the Democrats announced that these uncounted ballots were “accidentally” mixed with already counted ballots and there was no way to tell them apart. This is one way Republican votes were flushed out of the vote counting system.
Some insouciant people say, “there has always been vote fraud, there is nothing new to see here.” What these unbothered people overlook is that never before the 2020 presidential election and the 2022 midterm election has vote fraud been organized on a national basis and across state lines. Past instances of election theft were local phenomena.