**Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs evades questions about midterm election fraud**
On Wednesday, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs dodged inquiries from The Gateway Pundit about the allegedly stolen midterm election. New evidence of fraudulent signature verification surfaced, casting doubt on the legitimacy of the election. As the individual overseeing the electoral process, Hobbs’ refusal to address these concerns sparked criticism among conservatives.
During a press conference, Hobbs, wearing a leg cast, discussed Arizona’s water resources and new investments in securing the state’s water future with Arizona Department of Water Resources Director Tom Buschatzke. However, she refused to answer questions posed by The Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson about the election, which a majority of Arizona citizens believe was rigged through broken voting machines and signature verification fraud.
As Secretary of State, Hobbs was in charge when voting machines malfunctioned on Election Day, resulting in thousands of missed votes. Her office also approved hundreds of thousands of ballots with mismatched signatures, raising concerns about the integrity of the election process and her role in it.
Jordan Conradson’s confrontational approach has drawn the ire of Arizona Democrats and Republicans-in-Name-Only (RINOs), who would prefer to keep The Gateway Pundit out of the press room. However, the conservative news outlet recently won a historic First Amendment lawsuit, reaffirming its right to report on significant events in the state.
**Hobbs’ evasiveness highlights ongoing concerns about election integrity in Arizona**