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Sarah Huckabee Sanders announces run for Arkansas governor

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Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced Monday that she is running for governor of Arkansas in 2022.

Sanders previously served as White House Press Secretary for President Donald Trump from 2017 to 2019. After departing from her position in June 2019, Trump urged Sanders to run for governor of Arkansas, tweeting, “She would be fantastic.”

In a nearly 8-minute long video released on Twitter Monday morning, Sanders said, “As governor, I will defend your right to be free of socialism and tyranny.”

“Our state needs a leader with the courage to do what’s right, not what’s politically correct or convenient,” she continued.

Sanders is the daughter of former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who served from 1996 to 2007. He was also a candidate for the Republican Party presidential nomination in both 2008 and 2016.

“My dad always said, the real test of a leader is not the way you handle issues you know are coming, it’s rising to the moment in a crisis you could never plan for.”

Sanders hopes to be the first woman governor of Arkansas.

“I was only the third woman, and the first mom to serve as White House Press Secretary,” Sanders said. “With your support, I hope to be the first woman to lead our state as governor.”

Moreover, Sanders vowed to promote law and order, prohibit sanctuary cities, fight back against the green new deal, lower state income tax and create new jobs.

Sanders is seeking to replace current GOP Gov. Asa Hutchinson, who is barred by term limits from running for reelection next year. Sanders will run against Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin and Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge in the Republican primary. No Democrats have formally announced their candidacy.

“I will not retreat, I will not surrender and I will not bow down to the radical left, not now, not ever,” Sanders said. “As governor, I will defend our freedom and lead with heart.”

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Search Warrants Served at AZ Nonprofit in Connection to 2020 ‘Ballot Trafficking Election Scandal’

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Search warrants were served to an employee at a Yuma, Arizona nonprofit organization in connection to illegal ballot trafficking.

The ballot trafficking scheme was investigated in True The Vote and Dinesh D’Souza’s recent documentary “2000 Mules.” The documentary makes the claim that the 2020 Presidential Election was stolen by illegal ballot trafficking done through nonprofit organizations.

The ballot trafficking scheme was discovered by residents in Yuma County, and the documentary features the undercover investigative work of David Lara and Arizona State Senate candidate Gary Snyder as well as the investigations of Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips.

“18 months ago, we knew that when the full story was told about Yuma County, Arizona, it would reveal systematic, systemic, ballot trafficking, with connections that spread nationwide. It’s now happening, thankfully with law enforcement fully engaged. Much more remains to be revealed in the days ahead,” said Catherine Engelbrecht to the Gateway Pundit.

Sources tell The Gateway Pundit a group from Phoenix with the Attorney General’s office executed the search warrants. Additionally, The Gateway Pundit reports:

The nonprofit facilities were not raided. However, Tony Reyes, the Executive Director of Comité de Bien Estar, confirmed to The Gateway Pundit that Comité de Bien Estar’s Membership Coordinator, Gloria Torres received search warrants at the nonprofit office, and law enforcement is looking for evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election.

“That 2000 Mule Documentary is starting to permeate all throughout this process,” said Reyes.He then confirmed that officers showed up to the office, “confiscated her phone, and basically went to her house.”

Tony Reyes is also the current Chairman of the Yuma County Board of Supervisors and they run the elections in Yuma County.

Gloria Torres is a current San Luis City Council Member and Gadsden Elementary School District Board member who faced a recall effort last year stemming from her political ties to Gadsden Elementary School Board member Guillermina Fuentes.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that Fuentes, who serves on the San Luis School District Board, was indicted with four class four felonies of Forgery and Conspiracy and ballot abuse in the 2020 Elections.

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