Blitzkrieg timed to take down our sheriff
This past Friday, we wrote Joe Arpaio: The icon and the insignificant machine, explaining how the dying Periódico de la República de Arizona (ArizonaRepublic) has timed its most vicious bombardment against him to coincide with early ballots.
In that post, we explained how the newspaper, using chicanery and deception to advance its leftwing agenda, began with a small, gray box advertising their anti-Arpaio multi-pronged assault in the Wednesday edition. The box using the words “A betrayal of trust” has grown larger each day. Today, in the Sunday edition, it takes up over half of the front page, with six full pages devoted to assaulting Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
We invite you to read Joe Arpaio‘s impressive resume, detailing his lifelong career in public service — first in the military, then as a police officer, followed by his years in federal law enforcement worldwide, culminating with heading the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration for the state of Arizona. This was all prior to running for Maricopa County Sheriff, where he has been reelected to an unprecedented five 4-year terms. The exceedingly popular Arpaio is currently running for his sixth term, which galls the open border/amnesty purveyors at the daily newspaper.
Arpaio is not the easily manipulated, finger-to-the-wind sheriff the newspaper would prefer. He has made a commitment to the citizens of Maricopa County, taking the duties of his job seriously. He fights back. This was a campaign ad from his previous election. When it comes to the daily newspaper, follow the sheriff’s example: