Arizona Democrat Governor Candidate Katie Hobbs Spirals After Being Exposed for Loathing Her Constituents
Arizona Democrat gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs’ campaign is spiraling out of control after being exposed as an arrogant elitist by Project Veritas.
Hobbs can be seen losing her composure, spilling her soda and hiding in the bathroom after being politely confronted by a Project Veritas journalist in a video over leaked conversation showing Hobbs’ contempt for her own constituents.
In the Project Veritas video, Hobbs, who currently serves as Arizona secretary of state, describes her interaction with an Uber driver in which she showed how little she thinks of the thoughts and opinions of the Arizonian people.
“I was like, ‘Uh, I work for a campaign.’ I don’t know why I said that — I just didn’t want to have this conversation. And he’s like, ‘Oh, Kari Lake?’ And I was like, ‘F**k no!’ I don’t want to talk to you. I don’t want to talk politics to anyone who I don’t know,” Hobbs said in the interaction.
Additional hidden camera video of Hobbs’ campaign staff shows that the candidate hides a far-left extremist agenda that opposes the Bill of Rights.
“Would Katie [Hobbs] support something like an assault weapons ban?” a Project Veritas journalist asked Joe Wolf, who works as a head consultant for the Hobbs campaign.
“Wolf: If she could, yeah. I mean, the problem is that it’s a federal issue, right?” Wolf responded.
“Because I noticed like, [Senator Mark] Kelly is kind of open about it and I know Katie [Hobbs] said like, “Oh, she supports gun reform.” But I haven’t heard anything explicit. Is that more just because— is there like a big difference between,” the journalist stated.
“Policy wise? No. Between the people — so much is just because it’s a federal issue and like, you know, there’s nothing she could do about it — at least immediately, right? And some kind of advocating for it publicly, which is really more impactful once you’re governor. So, it’s kind of like, this state is crazy about their guns, so we’re not gonna take the beating for it before she can do anything about it,” Wolf said.
When confronted with her own statements and the statements of her staffers, Hobbs cowered pathetically and humiliated herself.
“Considering your campaign drives around with an AR-15, don’t you think rules for thee but not for me is problematic for someone running for state office?” Project Veritas Action secretary R.C. Maxwell asked Hobbs, who refused to respond.
The entire Project Veritas video can be seen here: