AZ AG Begins Criminal Action Against Soros Funded Sec. of State

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, on Tuesday, delegated his powers to enforce criminal action against the George Soros puppet Secretary of State.

Katie Hobbs illegally shut down the state’s online candidate petition portal preventing certain groups and individuals from filing candidacies.

The Attorney General sent the following letter to County Attorney Brian McIntyre:

Hobbs was warned by Brnovich for months, but she continued with her blatant elections law violation.

Hobbs was one of the far-left radical beneficiaries of the George Soros “Secretary of State Project,” the American non-profit, progressive 527 political action committee. They focused on electing “reform-minded progressive” Secretaries of State in battleground states, who typically oversee the election process. The Project was funded by Soros and members of the Democracy Alliance. 

The original intent in 2006 was to protect Obama by having control of secretary of state offices in five key states — Iowa, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico and Ohio. The initiative expanded and is a major reason President Trump is not in the White House today.

Among some of the Secretary of State offices who benefited by this Soros group are Michigan’s Jocelyn Benson, Colorado’s Jenna Griswold, and Pennsylvania’s Katherine Bookvar:

Note the date of Soro’s puppet’s tweet. President Trump had barely been in office.

On January 18, 2022 Hobbs received an official notice from Brnovich that cited Arizona law: “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.”

According to state law, “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.”

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.

Knowing she faced jail time, Hobbs sued Brnovich requesting injunctive relief. A judge denied her request for protection if she elected to break the law.

Hobbs, in violation of state law, proceeded with her voter disenfranchisement and closed the online petition portal for certain candidates.

Only candidates for statewide office, like herself, are currently able to use the online petition portal.

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