Katie Hobbs, the Democratic governor of Arizona, has disappeared, leaving the state’s Republican treasurer Kimberly Yee as the temporary governor. What’s strange about this situation? Yee isn’t next in line to serve as governor. There are two other state officials, both Democrats, ahead of her. They are Secretary of State Adrian Fontes and Attorney General Kris Mayes.
So why didn’t Hobbs leave when she could be assured either Fontes or Mayes would take charge? Has Hobbs been indicted or is she undergoing medical treatment she doesn’t want to divulge? When will she return? Inquiring minds want to know. Here’s more from Styxhexenhammer666.
Steve Turley says the strange disappearance by Katie Hobbs further delegitimatizes her governorship. Many people are convinced Hobbs wasn’t elected in the first place. They maintain she simply used her position as secretary of state to pad her vote totals and subtract from the votes given to Republican challenger Kari Lake. In other words, she’s a governor through the magic of election fraud.
Now that she has “disappeared,” those charges begin to resonate more strongly. And already, Yee is taking action to cast aside some of Hobbs’ questionable associates. How big will this bombshell become?