Twitter Flooded with Calls for Katie Hobbs’ Arrest over Allegations of Cartel Links, Money Laundering, Election Rigging

Twitter users have been flooding the social media platform with calls for the arrest of Katie Hobbs, Arizona’s recently installed governor, after explosive allegations emerged against the powerful Democrat.

As Slay News reported, an expert witness testified during a special hearing before the Arizona Senate and House Elections Committees on Thursday that Hobbs works for the Sinaloa Cartel.

During the hearing, forensic investigator Jacqueline Breger gave a bombshell presentation and alleged that Hobbs launders money for the dangerous Mexican cartel.

Breger also alleged that the cartel has been rigging Arizona’s elections to keep Sinaloa-friendly Democrats in powerful positions.

The investigator claims the cartel is controlling politicians to ensure the border stays open for drug trafficking and human smuggling from Mexico to the United States.

If the evidence Breger presented is accurate, it exposes massive corruption and collusion between American politicians, appointed government officials, and the Sinaloa Cartel.

While Breger’s testimony has been widely ignored by the corporate media, the story exploded when it was reported by independent journalist J.D. Rucker over the weekend.

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Meanwhile, Hobbs has not refuted or denied these claims.

She has remained completely silent regarding these explosive accusations on social media.

Following the allegations, Katie Hobbs began trending on Twitter.

On Saturday night, Arizona Sun Times reporter Rachel Alexander tweeted a photo with #ArrestKatieHobbs trending at number 12 on the platform.

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One hour later, at 11:49 am MST, the hashtag was trending at number 10.

Tweets calling for the arrest of Katie Hobbs continued to climb.

The hashtag made it to number six on the list of trending topics, with over 21,400 tweets by 1:46 am MST.

At 4:22 am MST, “Hobbs” was trending in the “For you” section of Twitter’s explore page, with over 140k tweets mentioning her name.

However, Katie Hobbs and #ArrestKatieHobbs were no longer found in the “Trending” section.

Allegations also started to emerge that Twitter may be censoring this hashtag on behalf of Hobbs.

Phrases with far fewer tweets were found in the trending section.

As of 6:40 am MST, #ArrestKatieHobbs was trending again with over 34,500 tweets published.

Yet, it was still not found in the “United States trends” section of Twitter.

“Hobbs” was also not found trending in the U.S., despite trending with over 140,000 tweets.

Since Elon Musk purchased the company in late October last year, it has emerged that Hobbs had Twitter silence her critics in the state before her gubernatorial run.

Hobbs then lectured Arizonans to “monitor election speech” and “suppress conspiracies” just days after she was caught working with Twitter to censor conservative speech in the state.

In the run-up to Election Day, Democrats and their allies in the media started to label the favorite in the gubernatorial race, Republican candidate Kari Lake, an “election denier.”

Despite refusing to campaign or even debate Lake, the election was called for Hobbs.

Lake disputes the results of the election and has been battling the outcome in the courts.

Conveniently, Lake had already been labeled an “election denier” weeks before Election Day.

READ MORE: Expert Witness Testifies Katie Hobbs Working with Mexican Cartel to Launder Money, Rig Elections, Open Border

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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