State Governor accused of collusion – and more – with drug cartels

Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs is in the spotlight again. You’ll remember the contentious battle between her team and news anchor Kari Lake’s supporters following the elections last November. Katie seldom campaigned and despite many accusations of ballot rigging declared the election fair – something she was allowed to do under Arizona law.

Now, Katie Hobbs and Runbeck election services have been named as recipients of Sinaloa cartel bribes via deeds of trust and phony mortgages, i.e., untraceable bribes.

A California-based law firm has accused Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs, Secretary of State Adrian Fontes, Runbeck Election Services, and a slew of other election officials, mayors, judges, city councilman, and county supervisors in the state of receiving bribes from the Sinaloa cartel.

During a Thursday hearing before the Senate Elections and Municipal Oversight & Elections Joint Committee, the principal investigator for Harris/Thaler Law Corporation, Jacqueline Breger, presented their shocking findings, detailing how a money-laundering investigation in the midwest revealed alleged corruption in Arizona. (Post Millennial)

The Gateway Pundit reported that the Arizona Senate and House Elections Committees held a joint special meeting on Thursday and heard an explosive presentation by Breger, which, if true, exposed information regarding massive corruption and collusion between American politicians, appointed government officials, and the Sinaloa Cartels.
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