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No one in so-called conservatism says, “Oh, conspiratorial racism is an outlier.” Republicans keep campaigning on it, and the base keeps voting for it. State Attorney General Mark Bernovich, running against Masters, didn’t even get 20% of the vote. Brnovich was punished by the fascist base of the state No Helping Donald Trump spread election fraud to justify a coup attempt. He was punished for not aiding and abetting an act of treason.
That was a theme for Arizona Republicans. Republican Speaker of the House Rusty Bowers testified to a House committee investigating Trump’s impeachment, then made it clear that Trump and his allies were simply lying about an election she lost. For refusing to support a treasonous conspiracy, Republican voters booted him from office, because Arizona Republican voters are … pro-treason.
They were not “confused”. They were not taken in. They supported Team Treason, they still support Team Treason, and they are still purging the party of anyone who is not a democracy-defying fascist.
White nationalist Rep. Paul Gosser carried two-thirds of the vote in his own primary. Gosser’s behavior in Congress has been so reprehensible that he has been removed from committee duties and, at this point, permanently reduced to congressional paper weight. But his voters find the “white nationalist” part more important than the “functionally useless” part.
There were voters confusion What does Gosar mean? Not even a little. Arizona Republicans want a militia-adjacent white supremacy associated with conspiracy theories, protest brutality, and fascism. It is now a Republican base.
It goes on and on. All Possible Elections hawks supporter Cary Lake appears to be winning against Republican primary challenger Karyn Taylor Robeson in the race to unseat Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs. Lake has made a name for himself, like others, by promoting Donald Trump’s treasonous election fraud. Lake spent her campaign promising to respond to those frauds by eliminating mail voting, throwing out all tabling machines — in effect, making it harder to cast votes and nearly impossible to count.
Lake has spent recent days vowing that if she doesn’t win her election, it means “fraud” has happened again, which she said “we” were “already finding out,” her ” Thanks to the cyber people. Lake was also losing early results last evening and later outnumbered her opponent.
what is it the votes turned over During the night? Does it mean the beneficiary of Kari Lake Fraud?
Of course, she’s not confessing to this, because she’s just one of the dozen conspirators who lies for a living. She already said she’d say “fraud” if she didn’t win and she wouldn’t bat an eye if she did, so there you go. Again: Arizona conservatives voted for it. The more someone lies, the more they like them. The more laws someone promises to dismantle in order to achieve a great Trumpian future, the more Arizona Republicans hum with glee.
This brings us to the final act of desert evening brutal fascism. that BOZO You know the one. The fake-ass Arizona pseudo-cowboy who fled the state after ruining everything in his life was able to return to Michigan.
Oh, Mark Fincham. I suppose a state that would return Paul Gosser to the House despite Gosser’s family repeatedly pleading with voters to stop voting for Crank would have no problem with the almost cartoonishly shallow Fincham. Fincham is an election conspiracy theorist and … not much else. He’ll now be the Republican nominee for Secretary of State, having run on the same promises as Lake because there’s really no election conspiracy you can throw at him that he won’t bow his head and champion from that day forward. (He seems like the most likely candidate to end up in federal prison if he wins in November and actually starts delivering on his promises. Just an ego.)
If elected, both Lake and Fincham have expressed a desire to overturn the election in the manner Donald Trump has attempted. Trump wanted state Republicans to simply declare that the election results were invalid because unspecified, invisible “fraud” had occurred and, therefore, state Republican officials would simply declare that the Republican had won.
The Arizona Republican base loves that idea. In each of these races there is a seditious conspiracy to overrun America that most animated them. It wasn’t just a minor part of a candidate’s platform that Republican voters blithely ignored; In one race after another, they voted for those who promised to do the most damage in American elections in service of reining in “immigrants” and “black people” and other enemies.
This is the part where almost any national news story bends over backwards to portray the Republican base that voted for these scoundrels and conspiracy promoters as the good guys, despite having no evidence that any of them were good guys. There are and there is plenty of evidence that they are. Treason-supporting fraud-loving racist scumbags who know what each candidate stands for, go to the polls, and vote for people who promise to damage or overturn elections that go Republican. do not run
There is no need for it. This is selling a scam. Evidence that Arizona Republicans do No Fascists want anecdotes like the Trump camp’s claims of smuggling ballots into polling stations in pizza boxes or repair trucks. This does not mean that the entire state is incompetent-mostly Arizona residents did not vote for these people. But the Republicans who did turn out to vote were vague in voting for fraudulent promoters and people promising that they would refuse to concede future Republican election losses if they could find a reason not to.
The Arizona Republican Party, like Republican parties in many other states, has been so taken over by anti-democratic hacks and frauds that there is no room for anyone. No On team treason. It can’t be fixed, but the Americans who support it need to be humiliated into oblivion. Believing a lie for the sake of a mail-order meat salesman you once saw on television, or supporting a white nationalist who tells you that good American whiteness is not due to a conspiracy by global elites to dilute it. -White immigrants coming into the country: This is a failure of a movement. It’s just cowardice, bashing. This is a fascist movement inventing to justify the brutality of enemies they have been itching for for decades, and now watch very closely.
In Arizona, that turns into a referendum in November. There is no reasoning with people who don’t care if their politicians lie to them about matters as big as democracy. He can only be beaten. It is up to all the voters of the state who can’t America’s fascist turn to reject Republican base elections, as voters in Kansas rejected Republican theological aspirations there. The only way to stop this wave of fascist fraud-promoters is to tear the movement to pieces in the voting booths so that no scrap is too big to be recovered.
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