Brannon Howse: “So are you saying that the cartels are using their billions of dollars to buy elected officials to keep the border open, to keep their businesses going in the United States?” John Harris Thaler: “That would be precisely what I’m saying…Most of the officials who we have found who have accepted bribes, accepted them very early on. Usually at the start of their career, and oftentimes take the initial position or run for the initial office. So they are bribed, in essence, to become officials, not once they have become officials…With the 2020 election… one of the things [the cartel’s] Ms. Chavez provided…was ballots and how mail in ballots were being handled.”
Arizona officials including “Governor” Hobbs and Sen. Sinema received cash from the infamous criminal Sinaloa cartel and their money laundering, according to Jacqueline Breger, main investigator for Harris/Thaler Law Corporation. Breger said research uncovered cartel money going to Runbeck Election Services, Hobbs, Democrat Secretary of State Adrian Fontes, judges, mayors, other election officials, county supervisors, and city councilmen. Election fraud and money laundering in Arizona apparently run deeper than the Grand Canyon.
Breger, speaking last week during a Senate Elections and Municipal Oversight & Elections Joint Committee hearing, said the election fraud of giving money from false house deeds in midwestern states to Arizona officials has been ongoing since 2004. The Post Millennial noted that the Sinaloa cartel was previously led by the infamous “El Chapo,” Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, one of the world’s most powerful drug traffickers before his 2016 capture. But El Chapo’s arrest has hardly stopped his cartel’s money laundering activities, which influenced both the 2020 and 2022 elections in Arizona, the report said.
And it’s not just Democrats who received the money, according to Breger, although Arizona’s highest ranking officials are Democrats who are accused of taking the bribes. His list of bribed officials includes Gov. Hobbs (D), Secretary of State Adrian Fontes (D), Sen. Krysten Sinema (formerly D, now I), Rep. Ruben Gallego (D), Mesa Mayor John Giles (R, but endorsed Dem senator), Arizona Speaker of the House Ben Toma (R), as well as Maricopa County Supervisors Bill Gates (R, but helped D election fraud), Thomas Galvin (R), and Clint Hickman (R). Coincidentally, many of those same people are directly implicated in or covered for Democrat election fraud. Some of the bribed officials handle controversial mail-in ballots.
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