Just yesterday, we reported that Politico had officially identified some recent, downright damning evidence acquired by the January 6th House Select Committee from crucial swing states across the country in connection to their investigation into the infamous Capitol riot.
As it so happened, that damning evidence turned out to be several forged documents that were sent to the National Archives, specifically fraudulent certificates of ascertainment, that declared the now-former Vice President Mike Pence and President Donald Trump as the official winners of the 2020 presidential election in the states of Michigan and Arizona, and therefore the rightful winners of the two states’ electors.
Politico’s report yesterday revealed that the Secretaries of State for both states involved in the fraud scheme have since met and cooperated with the committee following the false documents.
At the time, Politico revealed, Arizona’s Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs wrote to one of the pro-Trump groups involved in the forgery of the documents, stating, “By affixing the state seal to documents containing false and misleading information about the results of Arizona’s November 3, 2020, General Election, you undermine the confidence in our democratic institutions.”
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However, now that the bombshell news has officially reached the mainstream media wave, Hobbs is offering some deeper details regarding what entities and individuals were actually behind those illegal forged documents. And while the answer is certainly guaranteed to leave a pit in your stomach, I can’t say we found it all that surprising.
Hobbs appeared on a segment with CNN’s Don Lemon late last night, where the cable news host cut straight to the point with regard to the bombshell news: “Who was behind those forgeries?”
Hobbs’ answer made us sick.
“One was the Arizona Republican Party,” Hobbs answered, causing Lemon’s eyebrows to raise in shock and concern. Katie went on to add that the other entity was an independent Republican group that was newly formed, and she couldn’t recall their name.
“That’s pretty brazen,” Lemon responded, “I mean that’s fraudulent.”
“Yea,” Hobbs responded, “They used the state seal to make it look official, which is not a legal activity.”
Now, tell me again which party was full of cheating and fraud?
You can watch the CNN clip here:
Question: Who was behind those forgeries?
Hobbs: One was the Arizona Republican Party… pic.twitter.com/9GhnpsteKH
— Acyn (@Acyn) January 11, 2022
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