Members of the Arizona Legislature and the Arizona Freedom Caucus turned their backs on Katie Hobbs, walked out of her yearly State of the State address Monday, and slammed her in a new statement for the “election riddled with violations of Arizona law” and her embrace of “the left’s extreme, woke agenda.”
They also criticized her “preference to illegally legislate via executive order” and her “willingness to exploit the levers of power in our state.” State Senator Jake Hoffman said that Katie Hobbs’ far-left, woke agenda “elevates her actions to tyrannical.”
Hobbs was nowhere to be found after her speech, likely hiding from the media.
Hobbs was also nowhere to be found after she gave her inaugural address on Thursday. However, The Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson had the opportunity to speak with incoming Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes after incoming Attorney General Kris Mayes ran away from questions. Fontes claimed that the 2022 Election in Maricopa County was “perfectly good” and that machines did not fail on Election Day — An obvious lie!
On Election Day in Maricopa County, over 50% of tabulators and printers failed the moment that polls opened, causing voters to be turned away from the polls and creating long wait times of four hours or more. According to cybersecurity expert Clay Parikh’s testimony, this was an intentional act aimed at disenfranchising Republican voters who turned out 3:1 for Trump-Endorsed candidates. Many of the thousands of voters disenfranchised by this catastrophe were forced to vote provisionally.
Additionally, the recount in Pinal County found hundreds of new votes, heavily favoring Abe Hamadeh and likely other Republican candidates, whose races were not recounted.
Katie Hobbs, and likely Kris Mayes, knew about this discrepancy in Pinal County but withheld the information in court. The Gateway Pundit reported that Hobbs’ lawyers asked to delay the recount results from being presented before Abe’s lawsuit against her and Kris Mayes was dismissed. Abe said last Tuesday, “She had all the facts, she withheld this from the court, and she withheld this from me. So, we weren’t able to present any of this evidence.”
Today, Hobbs failed to acknowledge the concerns surrounding Arizona’s elections. Instead, she opened her first address as Governor by telling the lawmakers her door was closed to those “chasing conspiracy theories, pushing agendas for special interests attacking the rights of your fellow Arizonans, or seeking to further undermine our Democracy,” stating that it “will lead nowhere.”
“We’re seeing a new breed of Democratic Fascism take hold of the Governor’s Office,” said Arizona Freedom Caucus Chairman Senator Jake Hoffman.
The Gateway Pundit reported that Katie Hobbs gave her first State of the State address at the Arizona Capitol as lawsuits challenge Democrats’ narrow and highly questionable election wins.
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There are still major questions about the 2022 election, and if they are not addressed, how will Arizona ever have another free and fair election?
Ross Trumble tweeted a photo of State Senator Anthony Kern and State Senator Justine Wadsack turning their backs to Hobbs for several minutes.
Arizona State Rep. Rachel Jones tweeted that she left the address after less than five seconds because of Hobbs’ radical agenda and new executive orders that she has already signed. Jones also mentioned that lawsuits challenging this election are still moving through the courts. Hobbs appears to be pushing through her radical agenda before the courts can make a ruling.
It took 5 seconds for Katie Hobbs to begin legislating from the 9th floor, so I will not listen to her rhetoric for even 5 seconds. There are too many questions left unanswered, litigation still moving through the courts, and many concerns about the border, not pronouns.
This is why I immediately left the House Floor after the start of the State of the State. I promised to be the voice of the people, and I will never break that promise.
This is why I immediately left the House Floor after the start of the State of the State. I promised to be the voice of the people, and I will never break that promise. #GodFamilyCountryState
— AZ Representative Rachel Jones (@RJ4arizona) January 9, 2023
AZ Central reported,
A handful of Republican lawmakers walked out of the House chamber during Gov. Katie Hobbs’ State of the State speech after she said she’d veto bills seeking to restrict abortion.
Earlier in the speech, two Republican state Senators stood with their backs to Hobbs.
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Sens. Anthony Kern, R-Glendale, and Justine Wadsack, R-Tucson, stood for several minutes facing the back wall of the state House of Representatives as Hobbs addressed the joint meeting of the Arizona Legislature. At the same time, Rep. Rachel Jones, R-Tucson, tweeted that she left the ceremony as soon as Hobbs’ starting speaking.
“It took 5 seconds for Katie Hobbs to begin legislating from the 9th floor, so I will not listen to her rhetoric for even 5 seconds,” Jones tweeted. “There are too many questions left unanswered, litigation still moving through the courts, and many concerns about the border, not pronouns.”
Members of the Arizona Freedom Caucus released the statement below.
Rep. Joseph Chaplik tweeted,
The Arizona Freedom Caucus will never back down in the face of Katie Hobbs’ attempts to implement her fascist agenda in our state.”
The Gateway Pundit will continue to provide updates on Arizona’s 2022 Election and ongoing lawsuits!