This was the most horrifying moment in Arizona’s Governor’s discussion.Please note, America


(From left) Scott Neely, Kari Lake, Ted Simons, Paola Triani Zen, and Karrin Taylor Robson prepare for discussions with Republican candidates ahead of the Arizona Governor's election on August 2. To do.

(From left) Scott Neely, Kari Lake, Ted Simons, Paola Triani Zen, and Karrin Taylor Robson prepare for discussions with Republican candidates ahead of the Arizona Governor’s election on August 2. To do.

During Thursday’s food struggle, there was no shortage of gruesome moments, also known as the Arizona Republican Governor’s debate.

Of course, there was a fight, and the two leading candidates hugged the inner eight years old while insulting each other.

There were statements about Scott Neely’s opponents, all of which they achieved in their respective disciplines. “I haven’t been on stage with so many women since I went to the baby shower.”

But the creepiest, creepiest, and scariest moment of all is how many of the four candidates Kali Lake believes the 2020 presidential election was “corrupted and stolen.” It was when I asked him to show his hand.

Three hands fired immediately.

After a sample audit and a “full court audit”, no evidence of fraudulent elections was found …

After eight proceedings failed, including a two-day hearing where no evidence was found that Trump was robbed …

Two independent investigations cleared the Dominion Voting Systems machine, and a third investigation confirmed that the election system was not connected to the internet …

After the 2.1 million votes in Maricopa County confirmed the outcome of the election …

After all county election officials in both Republican and Democratic states have found the results to be good and true, as the Governor of the Republican Party and the Attorney General of the Republican Party did. Later, President Donald Trump’s own US Attorney General said there was no credible evidence of widespread fraud …

Millions of dollars were wasted, and an 18-month search found no evidence of widespread conspiracy …

Three of the four Republicans running for governor believe the Arizona elections have been stolen.

Only Karrin Taylor Robson has a swan dive into the rabbit hole, but she immediately assures Republican voters that they don’t believe the election is fair.

But at least she stopped crying as a “scam.” Given the complete and complete lack of credible evidence.

Meanwhile, Lake Kari continues to spit out all the nonsense about hundreds of thousands of intriguing ballots, “corrupted” elections and “illegitimate presidents.” She even suggested that she might not accept the results of the August 2 primary unless she was the winner.

“We have a movement. Our campaign is a movement,” she said when asked if she would accept the outcome of the election. “We will appear in the crowd. They will have to do more difficult cheating to win it.”

So you have it. If Kari Lake is defeated, the election must, of course, be fraudulent. (Have you ever seen this movie?)

And what’s the scariest part?

She may win this.

Our beloved state is a temporary madness, except that the 18-month delusion is not temporary and there is no evidence that a significant portion of the voters in this state have returned to their senses. I think it is in the state of.

Rejectors are leading polls for the top three jobs in the state. Break Masters (Senate). Mark Finchem (Secretary of State) and Lake (Governor). This is as an early vote for the primary hit mailbox on August 2nd next week.

Unless the Republican’s undeceived wings win next month or the Democrats do a miracle in November, this swing state could be moving from temporary madness to full-blown, complete madness. ..

As the bell tower progresses, it should ring loudly throughout the country.

Fear, America. Be very afraid.

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This article was originally published in The Arizona Republic: What’s happening in Arizona should scare America