Supporting Documents for the "What is Going On In
Arizona" article in the September 2023 Issue

Bombshell Testimony From AZ Senate/House Elections Presenter: Sinaloa Cartel Controls Elections & Elected Officials With Bribes, Money Laundering, Drugs, Human Trafficking & Ballots (from Video)

Before Its News. Saturday, February 25, 2023 13:08

“Well, it looks like a bombshell was dropped this week in Arizona with claims from Jacqueline Breger, who claims she is a longtime Arizona resident and a forensic investigator with the Harris/Thaler Law Corporation, investigating multi-state racketeering and corruption.  During her testimony she made several startling, but not surprising, claims about cartels, money laundering, trafficking of drugs and humans, along with ballots and even control of elected officials.”   Click here for complete article.

Republican lawmakers vote to destroy some public records more quickly, eliminate others

Ray Stern, Arizona Republic

Published 6.01 a.m. MT Jan. 26, 2023

“New rules that allow Arizona’s lawmakers to destroy emails after 90 days and delete text messages as quickly as they receive them are drawing criticism from Democrats and a public records watchdog.

Republicans in the Legislature approved the new rules along party lines this week, while also limiting debate time between lawmakers on the floor of the House to 30 minutes per bill. Each member could explain their rationale for making a vote for “up to three minutes,” the rules state.”   Click here for complete article.

“I want to bring up the egregious malfeasance that occurred during the MCRCC’s July 8th 2023 quarterly meeting held in Kingman Arizona. My grievance concerns the Chairwoman Kentch’s gross malfeasance of this meeting by non adherence to MCRCC’s bylaws and Robert’s Rules. ln addition I have concerns about her disregard of the bylaws in the appointment of District 2’s interim director…” – Christina Dumal 

“According to Article 2, Section 2 of the Arizona constitution, All political powers is inherent in the people, and governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed. One of the reasons that we are Republicans is that we believe in Law and Order/Rule of Law (MCRCC PC handbook, pg. 7). As such, when our representatives stray from the U.S. Constitution, the Arizona Constitution, and Rule of Law it is incumbent on us to shine a light on this darkness, and this is the point of the following censures.”  – Christina Dumal