A favor is a favor – and you don’t know when the clock knocks for it to be returned…
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You can be a prisoner to the people who have done so many favors for you – that you will be prevented from properly doing your job, your calling. Do you agree?
Well, that’s how politics works, but I’m not saying that it is how politics should work. It is a neverending ball of wool, tied together with endless favors and little tricky scams…
And that’s the whole reason why the same people are turning over at the top, and at the same time, turning against each other… All this turning will probably continue in their graves… Yes?
According to a report by Politico made back in 2016, when the Sherriff elections took place,
“George Soros has contributed $2 million to a group working to defeat Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Arizona, the latest target of Soros’ big spending in local law enforcement campaigns over the past year.
The Soros-funded PAC, Maricopa Strong, will file campaign finance documents Friday showing Soros’ multimillion-dollar investment against Arpaio, along with $500,000 from Texas energy billionaires Laura and John Arnold and $250,000 from Laurene Powell Jobs (widow of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs). The group had previously reported a $300,000 donation from Soros, one of the Democratic Party’s biggest donors…
Maricopa Strong has spent $2.9 million in the sheriff’s race, with the donations from Soros and others funding a flurry of mailers and TV ads boosting Democratic candidate Paul Penzone and hammering Arpaio. Soros has typically been the sole funder of his local outside-spending campaigns around the country, though Jobs and the Arnolds joined him in funding Maricopa Strong.”
And it seems that now, Soros has an interest for his favor to be returned…
According to the story reported by AZ Central,
“The sheriff said that the State Senate’s demands for the audit of Maricopa County’s presidential election are “mind-numbingly reckless and irresponsible.” He said the law enforcement agency would be at risk if the county complied with the Republican majority senate’s demands for routers or digital copies of the routers. The Senate also wants passwords to the voting machines that county officials have claimed they do not have.”
“The Senate Republican Caucus’ audit of the Maricopa County votes from last November’s election has no stopping point. Now, its most recent demands jeopardize the entire mission of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office,” he said.
“Access to this information would adversely affect the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office ability to protect critical evidence, data shared between law enforcement agencies, protected private information and individual passwords, all of which could be used to the detriment of citizens and law enforcement infrastructure,” the Democrat sheriff said.
What patience and strategy, to know exactly when to pull out a joker!