Arizona Vote Count Official Previously Tweeted About Trump's 'Neo-Nazi Base'


But it's ok, there's no conflict of interest here.


Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who is tasked with overseeing the vote counting process in the swing state, previously tweeted about President Trump pandering to his “neo-nazi base.”


In an August 2017 tweet that is receiving fresh attention, Hobbs asserted, “.@realDonaldTrump has made it abundantly clear he’s more interested in pandering to his neo-nazi base than being @POTUS for all Americans.”

Hobbs, who lists her pronouns in her Twitter bio along with her support for Black Lives Matter, is instrumental in the Arizona voting process, and so Trump supporters are understandably concerned.


Donald Trump Jr tweeted “Anyone think we could possibly get a fair shake in front of this activist???”

Hobbs has already exercised her power to prevent an inquiry into Arizona’s voting machines.


'In recent days, the President of Arizona’s State Senate, Karen Fann, called on Hobbs’ office to authorize an independent review of the state’s voting machines. A call that Hobbs immediately shot down,' reports National File.


“It is patently unreasonable to suggest that, despite there being zero credible evidence of any impropriety or widespread irregularities, election officials nonetheless have a responsibility to prove a negative,” Hobbs wrote in response.


As we have previously reported, there has been a tonne of video evidence all over social media about electoral fraud but the social media giants mysteriously erased the videos whilst simultaneously claiming not to bias against Trump.