Project Veritas has released a new undercover video report that features Becky Hobbs, the twin sister of Democrat Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who is running for governor of the Grand Canyon State on Election Day in less than two weeks. The report reveals that the Democratic Party has foolishly funneled money to the campaigns of what were deemed to be “extreme MAGA” GOP campaigns in an effort to win elections.The strategy has seemingly backfired, however, with strong conservatives emerging victorious in their primary elections and poised to defeat their Democratic challengers this November.
Becky Hobbs said that the Democratic Party has put money into primary races “all across the country” in support of “extreme Trump-endorsed candidates.” Those Republicans were supported financially in order to oppose “moderate Republicans that were running.”
"The [Democratic] Party was putting money in primaries into the races of extreme Trump endorsed candidates as opposed to the moderate Republicans” pic.twitter.com/4v7olbdyFl
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) October 24, 2022
The tactical contributions were made, according to Hobbs, because the Democratic Party “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.”
Becky Hobbs went on to explain that on the night of Arizona’s primary elections this year, her sister’s campaign did not know who her general election opponent would be but she knew that “Katie was polling better against Kari Lake, and everyone knew that Katie had a better chance to win against Kari Lake.”
Becky Hobbs added that when Lake’s GOP primary opponent Karrin Taylor Robson was up “by ten points it kinda like took the air out of the room.” She said that since it had been the Democratic strategy for Kari Lake to win the primary, it was a “sigh of relief” that she did.
Journalist James O’Keefe, founder of Project Veritas, asked rhetorically: “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?”
Even though it appears from Katie Hobbs’s own sister that she preferred to run against Trump-endorsed Kari Lake, she has flatly refused to debate Lake and has looked rather weak in doing so. Lake has offered the Hobbs campaign virtually any terms or conditions for a proposed debate, to no avail. As a result, Lake has been a valuable campaign topic.
Lake currently leads Hobbs in the RealClearPolitics polling average by 1.4 percentage points, 47.4% to 46.0%.