Katie Hobbs (left), Jordan Conradson (right)
The Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson recently attended newly selected Soros-funded Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs’ inaugural ball on Saturday, January 7.
The Gateway Pundit wanted to get comment on the shady election in Arizona that she oversaw as Secretary of State.
Conradson has attempted to ask Hobbs questions in multiple public settings, and she ran away from questions about Elections when she was Arizona’s Secretary of State. Katie Hobbs has a history of running and hiding from journalists. During her campaign for Governor, Hobbs ran from a Project Veritas reporter in such a panic that she spilled her drink all over the place and hid in a bathroom. Hobbs also snuck out through a freight elevator after her PBS gubernatorial interview, which was defiantly held by PBS in place of debate, while journalists and journalism students were locked in a room. This was a departure from the historic norm and likely a special request by Hobbs. She refused to debate Kari Lake and answer the people of Arizona about her plan for Arizona. Katie Hobbs is not transparent.
It appears that she has something to hide.
Conradson needed to purchase tickets for $161 to this exclusive event with top Democrat donors and operatives just to speak to Hobbs.
Many questions still remain about her special interests, her extreme agenda, and the election, which is still under litigation by multiple candidates.
Lake’s Arizona Appeals Court conference in her lawsuit against the stolen election is ordered to be scheduled for February 1. Lake told Steve Bannon, “We know they stole the election, and we have more evidence coming forth.”
WATCH: “We Know They Stole The Election. We Have MORE Evidence Coming Forth” – Kari Lake Joins Bannon’s War Room To Discuss Arizona Court Of Appeals Setting Conference In Historic Election Lawsuit
Hobbs oversaw the disaster of a Midterm across the state where both the Primary Election and the General Election had serious failures and voter irregularities, resulting in disenfranchisement, seemingly targeting Republican Election Day voters.
Maricopa County’s Election Day printer and machine failures, the alleged failure to verify signatures on ballot envelopes, and chain of custody failures need to be explained.
The Gateway Pundit reported that Defendants Katie Hobbs and Maricopa County both filed ‘Answering
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