Mark Finchem of Arizona was on during the first half hour. If you want to know what’s happening in AZ, you need to be tuned in.

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BannonWarRoom, [May 18, 2021 at 10:29:54 AM (May 18, 2021 at 10:29:51 AM)]:

…Mark Finchem, AZ State Rep:

Democracy is at work, whether the leaders like it or not. We are citizens, not subjects. That is the rally cry out here (in Arizona). We have the right to scrutinize elections. 

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Also, Praying Medic (Dave Hayes), a resident of AZ, posted this on TELEGRAM:

Unpopular opinion:

Many people are sick of watching elected officials break the law and not be held accountable.

The frustration is understandable.

However, we are not yet at the prosecution phase of the operation. We’re still in the public information phase.

Half the citizenry are still unaware of the nature and depth of public corruption.

AZ Senate President Karen Fann is doing a marvelous job of forcing the Maricopa Board of Supervisors (and other bad actors) into the public spotlight and compelling them to make statements on the record that allow normies to see for themselves what is happening. (Although the Board of Supervisors won’t be at today’s hearing, their press conference yesterday served the same purpose.)

Before elected officials are prosecuted, it’s wise to awaken the public to the realities of corruption so the citizenry will support prosecutorial decisions.”


What Praying Medic has said — that half the citizenry is still unaware of the nature and depth of public corruption — is true and it goes beyond AZ — the same can be said for the rest of the country.

Until we get to the point where more of us understand what we’re up against, we’ll have to be patient and wait for the rest to catch up.

I know it’s frustrating for those of us who have been awake and aware for years. And it is tempting to look upon those who still sleep as idiots, nincompoops, numbskulls, doorknobs, etc (all terms I’ve used here on these pages, I confess). But I have to remind myself — and you — that patience IS a virtue, and in the end, we win.