The old saying– and a legitimate legal principle– is that “fraud vitiates everything”.
Testimony was given at a legislative hearing yesterday in Arizona. A well-spoken woman named Jacqueline Breger detailed the findings of a wide-ranging investigation conducted by a law firm into matters regarding racketeering, corruption and fraud.
There is really too much information to unpack. But it appears there was an elaborate multi-state scheme involving the Sinoloa cartel and others to engage in fraudulent transactions of various kinds; bribe public officials; and compromise the electronic systems of public agencies. Katie Hobbs, the new governor, is prominently mentioned. Money laundering had taken place through the purchase of residences, and through the creation of false deeds of trust, among other techniques.
There is a description of 25,000 false ballots present in a home in Mesa, Arizona being delivered to be counted. The investigating team uncovered a “back door” to the Maricopa County database that enabled changing of vote totals and printer settings remotely. Votes could accordingly be uploaded and/or removed. Yuma County is also mentioned.
This information was provided to the previous governor who turned it over to the previous Attorney General– both Republicans. Nothing was done.
There is much more.
Attempts were made on the lives of the chief attorney leading this investigation and also on the daughter of Kari Lake.
When evidence was previously presented suggesting election fraud in Arizona– in court and in the state legislature– nothing happened. But numerous public officials in Arizona are receiving bribes or are subject to blackmail. Now it all makes sense. And if it happened in Arizona, it likely happened elsewhere.
Take the time to watch this video; and stick with it if you can: