Defeated U.S. Senate candidate Orly Taitz said Wednesday that her loss was likely caused by rigged voting machines.
Writing on her blog Wednesday morning, the Orange County resident said: "At the moment nobody has a clue how these machines are programmed. There is a high probability that different values were given to votes cast for different candidates."
Before the election, Taitz was responsible for the nation's high incumbency rate.
"How can it be that the members of Congress, which have an approval rating of 9 to 11 percent, can be reelected on average 90 percent of the time?" she said. "Something is very wrong with this system."
This was not the first time Taitz has claimed fraud in her bid for office. Two years ago, she lost to Damon Dunn during the Republican primary and then sued Dunn, claiming fraud.
At that time, the court said Taitz "provided no legal basis" to explain why her opponent's past voter registration constituted fraud.
Taitz is best known for her court case against the Social Security Administration, in which she attempted to prove that President Barack Obama is not a U.S. citizen. That case was .
Taitz's blog suggested more lawsuits are on the way.
"I believe it is time to hold party officials and members of the media financially accountable for fraud, slander and defamation of my character," she wrote.
Taitz also claimed she was running fourth among 23 challengers for the U.S. Senate seat. According to official state results, Taitz placed 5th.