…as BofS lobbyist Shadegg is appointed to investigate routers
On Tuesday, The Gateway Pundit (GP) reported that Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Chucri said the county-led post-election audit was “bullsh*t.” SRAZ reposted GP’s link. The effect was immediate.
Chucri has now announced his resignation. But don’t be lulled into thinking the exposure of his lily-livered colleagues was an embarrassment that precipitated his leave-taking. Until Chucri’s comments were exposed by Gateway Pundit, the local newspaper, which daily denigrates the election audit, was uncharacteristically mum. If it weren’t for Gateway Pundit’s relentless exposure Arizona residents would have no idea of the extent to which they have been conned.
The Gateway Pundit’s Jordan Conradson follows up with this report: ‘Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Chucri RESIGNS From Office After TGP Exposé : “There Was No Cover-Up, The Election Was Not Stolen. Biden Won.”
In a covertly recorded conversation, Chucri, who represents District 2, stated, “I should have never believed what I was being told,” referring to his fellow supervisors saying they could only audit approximately 47,000 ballots out of nearly 2.1 million of the 2020 election ballots. He also said, “I think it was done through dead people voting. I think it was multifaceted.” Still he remained silent, and as GP reported, “continued to aid the Supervisors and crooked Secretary of State Katie Hobbs in their cover-up of this fraudulent election.” Had it not been for the leaked recording Chucri would never have announced his resignation. At this point, the question to ask is why is the resignation effective Nov. 5, instead of immediately? This is September.
As further information is revealed about the 2020 election, the more it’s impossible to trust the election results. This erosion of trust in the system we have never questioned, will linger and worsen. Now former Rep. John Shadegg, a longtime McCain ally, has been appointed “special master” to examine the routers from the Maricopa County 2020 election. The reliable World Tribune reports Shadegg’s appointment was immediately called into question over his lobbying ties to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors who have long attempted to obstruct the Arizona audit. Read the report and watch the verifying accompanying video.
In 2008, SRAZ posted, Shadegg slurs Arizona Republicans in Eastern press He told the New York Times that those of us who desired border security were “xenophobic” and “intolerant.” He was an AZ Congressman at the time.
Now Shadegg is the “special master” who has previously lobbied on behalf of the entity he is now charged with investigating. None of this passes the smell test.