According to the Reports, Bill Gates, the supervisor of Maricopa County, has been relocated to an “undisclosed” place for protection because of concerns for his safety related to potential backlash from losers in Arizona’s midterm elections.
According to Reports in Phoenix, deputies from the county Sheriff’s Office have been assigned to protect him in the aftermath of disturbing criticism expressed online and in person.
According to Reports, Gates told the station that he was relocated “for his protection.”
The Republican supervisor, who also serves as the head of the Maricopa County Elections Department, is a fervent supporter of the fairness of the electoral process and a sharp opponent of accusations that it is tainted.
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There is no proof that there was significant election fraud. Kari Lake (R), who came in second in the race for governor to Katie Hobbs (D), has refused to accept defeat and is asking her supporters to “fight.”
The local sheriff was informed of what Maricopa County Attorney Tom Liddy believed to be a threat from the Lake campaign, according to The Washington Post.
He claimed that a week earlier, a campaign lawyer for the Republican National Committee informed Liddy over the phone that “a lot” of Lake supporters were really “irate,” and the campaign was unable to “manage” them. It was about to be announced that Lake had lost her race.
The Lake campaign and the RNC’s attorney have both denied making any threats against Liddy.
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