Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Refers Criminal Action Against AZ Secretary of State Katie Hobbs For Election Crimes
The Arizona Attorney General has referred criminal action against Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs to the Cochise County Attorney, Brian McIntyre.
In a letter sent Tuesday, Attorney General Mark Brnovich delegated his powers to enforce criminal action against crooked Katie Hobbs for shutting down the online candidate petition portal and intentionally violating the law.
Arizona law states,
the secretary of state shall provide a system for qualified electors to sign a nomination petition … for [candidates for statewide and legislative offices] by way of a secure internet portal.
January 18th, The Attorney General’s office issued the following warning to the Secretary of State:
a public officer upon whom a duty is imposed by Title 16, who knowingly fails or refuses to perform that duty in the manner prescribed by law or knowingly acts in violation of any provision of such law, is guilty of either a class 6 felony or class 3 misdemeanor. A.R.S. §§ 16-1009, -1010.
The Attorney General is required to enforce the provisions of Title 16 through civil and criminal actions in any election for members of the legislature. A.R.S. § 16-1021.
The Gateway Pundit reported that Brnovich threatened to jail Katie Hobbs for this election law violation, and Hobbs then sued Brnovich requesting injunctive relief. The Judge denied her request for protection if she decided to break the law.
Katie Hobbs did not back down from disenfranchising voters. Earlier this month, Hobbs closed the online petition portal for certain candidates in violation of the law.
Only candidates for statewide office, like herself, can now use the online petition portal.
Read the rest there.
Needless to say that this does not address the massive election “irregularities” in the 2020 election. Perhaps this will be a wedge to charge her and a host of her accomplices and begin to lay the whole system bare. Maybe.
Brnovich is running for Senate and this move gives him cover to be able to say, “See? I’m doing the right thing” while simultaneously passing the ball to someone who will likely drop it. When the Deep State is willing to pay a primary investigator $10 million to not participate (he refused the bribe) and the Audit leader is offered $2 million not to use the former’s date (he refused) you have some idea of the extent that they are willing to go to in order to prevent the results of the audit being made public. Oh, and not only is the audit leader is currently being sued out of existence (facing $60,000 day fine for refusing to name his employees) and the primary investigator poisoned (he survived, others in the room survived, one did not).
Will a mere politician have the moral courage to stand up to that kind of pressure? Place your bets. I know where I’m putting my money.
Here’s a little video on it, language alert.