It’s strange to believe in these things, but when we talk about the Dems, they can do anything.
If you just think of all the things they did to stop the audit, then opening a sudden carnival is just a piece of cake in their world of imagination.
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The Gateway Pundit was the first who exposed this narration!
It’s real and crazy! It’s SICK.
In the building where the audit is happening, a carnival is opening. No one announced this previously!
The locals say that at that building has never been any carnival! It’s nonsense. No one planned this Carnival, no marketing, no announcement…nothing!
Everything happened overnight!
What other happened overnight, do you know? A STOLEN ELECTION!
You know, the reason why this event is taking place is the stolen election. And now, because it will expose the
Dems, they are doing the same thing one more time!
Arizona GOP's audit gets even weirder — the ‘Crazy Times Carnival’ has arrived https://t.co/iPIA68qzKk
— Raw Story (@RawStory) April 30, 2021
While the 2021 Arizona State Fair will be held at Wild Horse Pass, part of the Gila River Indian Community in the fall — a temporary move in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, officials said — the fairgrounds will host a carnival with some of the rides, games, and foods that fair-goers would typically see.
On Monday, the Arizona State Fair announced the “Crazy Times Carnival,” a 10-day event that will be held nightly from 5 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. at the fairgrounds, near 19th Avenue and McDowell Road in Phoenix.
Admission will be $5 or $40 for an unlimited ride wristband. There is no parking fee.
Jennifer Yee, a spokesperson for the Arizona State Fairgrounds, told ABC15 that RCS Fun (Ray Cammack Shows), a longtime partner of the Arizona State Fair that provides many of the rides, games, and concessions at the annual event, is the company behind the carnival and is essentially using the fairgrounds as the venue.
She said Banner Health ended its COVID-19 clinic earlier than expected and Ray Cammack Shows had an opening in its schedule, which is how the event came to be.
Ray Cammack Shows held a carnival in March in the parking lot of the Phoenix Premium Outlets, near Interstate 10 and Wild Horse Pass.
The carnival will have 22 rides, about a dozen games, and “the popular fair food faves,” on a stick, of course, Yee said in an email.
Masks are recommended, though not required.
“As a state entity, we follow the Governor’s directives,” Yee said.
The Carnival started on April 29, with no announcement or plan!
According to the Arizona population, that Carnival has never happened before!
— azfamily 3TV CBS 5 (@azfamily) April 27, 2021
It resembles a Deep State False flag creation!
Local residents aren’t buying this!
Can you imagine that even the radio stations commented that it’s an unusual event!
New to the inbox… Apparently a carnival is being held at the Arizona State Fairgrounds this weekend.
It's called the "Crazy Times Carnival." pic.twitter.com/RpJHcLyyK5
— Josh Frigerio, ABC15 (@JoshFrigerio) April 26, 2021
I am calling it now, the day of the Arizona audit is going to have a shooting near by at the "Crazy Times Carnival" that is rented onto the same plot as the audit. The carnival is also placed right next door to a gun show. People have asked about the food and rides and such and pic.twitter.com/a8mtDhqZQm
— Pitch (@PitchProtogen) April 30, 2021
Sidney Powell sounds the alarm.
#Arizona Carnival was just randomly announced&placed near the #audit 2start Monday
*Call(link4ph#)the ArizonaStateFair tell them2cancel this IMMEDIATELY!We already saw CraigslistAds recruiting“protesters”the lengths they’re willing2 go2 STOP this Audit https://t.co/eBF4HNihBB
— Charmm (@Charmm001) April 30, 2021