James O'keefe and Project Veritas Action just released a new undercover exposé video of Katie Hobbs' twin sister, an employee of a Democrat PAC called Mission for Arizona, admitting that Democrats donated to Trump-Endorsed Primary candidates.
Who knew the Devil had a twin? Becky Hobbs is the twin sister of Arizona Secretary of State and Democrat gubernatorial nominee Katie Hobbs.
Katie Hobbs is campaigning in Arizona from her basement. She refuses to hold a debate and is counting on fraud to carry her across the finish line.
In the video below, Becky Hobbs admitted to a Democrat strategy of funding Republican candidates who they thought would be easier to beat in a general election and admitted to registering as a Republican with her husband "to vote against Mark Kelly." They believed it would help Kelly in his November general election.
She also said they did this "to vote against [former Maricopa County Sheriff] Joe Arpaio."
The Gateway Pundit recently reported that James O'Keefe released a teaser video where he revealed this video would drop this Monday along with another exposé on Mark Kelly. The Mark Kelly undercover sting video is expected to air later this week.
Earlier this month, we reported on twice-convicted racist Katie Hobbs' unhinged flee from Project Veritas Action press secretary RC Maxwell. Hobbs' campaign consultants also hypocritically revealed Hobbs' plans to violate our Second Amendment rights while touting their own guns and explained why Katie Hobbs refuses to debate Kari Lake, claiming it would not help her failing campaign.
This is a must-see video.
Hobbs' sister believes that helping the "extreme Trump-Endorsed candidates" will help the Democrats in the General Election.
At the very least, this is dirty and dishonest.
Additionally, "This brings into question rhetoric in the news media, urging that Democracy itself is at stake in this midterm election," stated Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe.
Becky Hobbs: So, all across the country, Democrat candidates, not candidates themselves, but the party was putting money in primaries into the races of extreme Trump-Endorsed candidates, as opposed to the moderate Republicans that were running because they wanted those extremists to win because they knew that the Dems had a better chance of winning their races against the extremist candidates than they did against the moderate Republicans.
James O'Keefe: Our undercover journalist sat with Becky Hobbs - that's Katie Hobbs' twin sister - and uncovered a surprising, if not shocking, national Democratic strategy to help Kari Lake win her primary.
Becky Hobbs: So, the Dem party put money into those extremist races so that that would be. And okay, so, on election night, primary night, when we were at Katie's event on primary night, and she didn't know the night of the election who her opponent was gonna be, but Karrin Taylor Robson was up by ten points, and it was kinda like it took the air out of the room because everyone knew that Katie was polling better against Kari Lake. And everyone knew that Katie had a better chance to win against Kari Lake. So, everyone wanted Kari Lake to be the nominee. So, it was kind of like this sigh of relief when Kari Lake actually ended up winning.
PV Journalist: Why?
Becky Hobbs: Because it's a better opponent for her.
PV Journalist: Because she's Trump-Endorsed?
Becky Hobbs: Yeah.
PV Journalist: So, it would be easier for her to win?
Becky Hobbs: Right.
James O'Keefe: Now, although Becky Hobbs is a private citizen, she works for Mission for Arizona which is an affiliate, a political action committee, which is paid for by the Arizona Democratic Party. A 501(c)4, which is behind all of the big races here in Arizona, including Mark Kelly's Senate race. Now, watch a in bizarre revelation to our Project Veritas Action journalist, Becky Hobbs reveals that her and her husband registered Republican.
Becky Hobbs: We [Becky Hobbs and her husband] both registered Republican to vote against Mark Kelly.
PV Journalist: Wait, to do what?
Becky Hobbs: To vote against Joe Arpaio.
James O'Keefe: This brings into question rhetoric in the news media, urging that Democracy itself is at stake in this midterm election. So, which is it? Are Trump-backed candidates a genuine threat, or is it all engineered by the Democratic Party to alter public perception for their benefit?