Deceit takes over AZ Republic’s entire front page

The radically leftist, Hillary-endorsing absurdity that tries and fails passing itself off as a disseminator of news, has outdone itself. The Arizona Republic, alternatively known as the AZ Repugnant, runs a front page and full jump page contrivance titled, “Priming the Audit.”  On page one, it is situated inside a gigantic letter Q and hypes, “Followers of QAnon conspiracy theories exert influence on Republican-led effort in Arizona.”

That “Republican-led effort” is the ballot audit that has been underway in Maricopa County and is taking root in other counties and states nationwide. It’s a preposterous reach even for the failing newspaper that is losing subscribers at breakneck speed and finally acknowledged its insultingly biased pre-election endorsements should end. Phil Boas, the editorial page editor, is best known for despicably orchestrating the daily multi-faceted take down of his own father-in-law, Maricopa Sheriff Joe Arpaio. As Sheriff, Arpaio, who previously headed Arizona’s Drug Enforcement Administration, won reelection to an unprecedented six 4-year terms. Wimpy Phil Boas, who can dish it out, but can’t take it, whiningly claimed the newspaper received death threats after endorsing Hillary Clinton for president.

QAnon is a construct of leftists, a purposely shrouded mystery aimed to defame. It is certainly not a Republican organization or offshoot of political conservatism, though the intent of the AZ Repugnant’s “report” is to broad-brush sweep political conservatives and Trump supporters into a cult.

If you are still among the ever-dwindling number of subscribers to the Arizona Republic, and are tired of paying to have your intelligence insulted, canceling is simple. Contact customer service at 1-800-332-6733. Balances less than $10.00 will not be refunded. It needs every dime to exist. You’ll be directed to an agent in the Philippines, since the fraudulent newspaper can pay half the salary they would have to pay an American worker.

6 Responses to Deceit takes over AZ Republic’s entire front page

  1. Teller Of Truth says:

    I’m a conservative Republican and a proud Donald Trump supporter. I’ve been active in the Republican Party for years. I’ve never heard the term QAnon mentioned at any GOP event, including my district meetings where I am an elected officer. This is pure fabrication and is intended to marginalize Republicans.

    SRAZ has it right! If you know any subscribers to this garbage encourage them to stop. The rates keep increasing as the lies increase. My neighbor (an elderly subscriber) told me his last bill included a new $5 fee for mailing him a bill !! When he called to protest, he was told he could eliminate it by allowing the newspaper to automatically take the price from his credit card. He cancelled on the spot.

    • Matt DeGennaro says:

      Ditto. I’ve never heard of QAnon until it was used to describe the Jan 6th DC protesters.

      When the national media outlets began using the term in unison, I quickly realized it was a fabricated hoax initiated by the left. I channel surf the alphabet network’s news shows, before tuning on to FOX cable, to get a hint of what’s driving them, allowing me to cogently dispute the demoncrats I know. They can’t even articulate how they chose to vote for a guy with Alzheimer’s Disease. I’ve concluded being a dem is the result of inbreeding

  2. no one says:

    Teller of Truth and Matt are both 100% correct. This waste of dead trees should be defunded due to “inaccurate propaganda”……and it IS propaganda and – at least politically – printing inaccurate, biased GARBAGE!

    Do not wastes your time OR money on this use of valuable timber.

  3. Casper says:

    We stopped subscribing several years ago and were part of a much larger force that has brought the Arizona newspaper to its knees. It runs on fumes and has a mostly ASU student crew, working on laptops out of McDonald’s which indicates their brilliance by overpaying for a degree in a dying profession.

  4. Marianne says:

    We are calling to cancel first thing Monday morning. My husband likes the sport section, but even he has acknowledged that overpaying to be sucker-punched each day has become more than he’s willing to endure. We can certainly use the savings in more enjoyable ways.

  5. Jack says:

    The only occasions I’ve ever seen or heard of QAnon is from the leftwing media. None of the Republican sites I visit, friends I know or the Republican Party have ever mentioned the word. It’s clearly a farce to demean us.

    Dems have too much time on their hands. They can’t bear to watch the demented man they elected make a fool of himself and them as he adds $Trillions to the national debt putting us deeper in China’s pocket, so they make a conspiracy theory they dreamed up a new driving force against Republicans. It’s not working.