PROOF: AZ’s Katie Hobbs’ Office Used Twitter to Silence Her Critics Ahead of the 2022 Election Against Kari Lake

by J Pelkey
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According to explosive new emails, Arizona SOS Katie Hobbs’ office appeared to take advantage of connections at Twitter to silence her critics ahead of the 2022 gubernatorial race with Kari Lake.

“Katie Hobbs’s office contacts Twitter to have posts removed,” tweeted Trump attorney Cristina Bobb. “So, the democrat candidate, who ran the AZ election, censored her political opponents, disrupted Election Day votes, and then threatened counties with prosecution if they didn’t declare her the winner.”

Check out the email exchange below:


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Is this criminal activity? It should be. Rep. Majorie Taylor Green argued that this was a blatant violation of the First Amendment.

“The SOS of AZ and Gov candidate, Katie Hobbs, used the power of the AZ SOS to collude w/ Twitter to unconstitutionally violate 1st Amendment rights of Americans for her own political gain,” she tweeted. “This is communism and Hobbs can not be governor. I’m calling for a Federal investigation.”

From Trump’s attorney Cristina Bobb.

On Friday, Twitter CEO Elon Musk dropped the “Twitter Files” which exposed colluding between Twitter and the Democratic party to censor information about Hunter Biden’s laptop leading up to the 2020 Presidential election.

President Trump reacted to the news on Saturday on his social media app, Truth social.

“Wow! That’s a really big story about Twitter and various forms of government Fraud including, specifically, Election Fraud,” Trump said. “The same level of Fraud took place with the other Big Tech companies, if not even worse (if that’s possible?). We are living in a VERY CORRUPT COUNTRY &, AS THEY ARE SAYING ALL OVER THE INTERNET, “NOTHING WILL BE DONE ABOUT IT BECAUSE THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT & FBI ARE TOTALLY CORRUPT.” But they’ll keep investigating “boxes” that were legally & openly taken from the W.H,” he concluded.

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