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Culprit in Katie Hobbs’s Campaign Break-In Hoax IDed as Illegal Immigrant

'Remember when @katiehobbs accused me of orchestrating a Watergate-style break-in of her campaign office? ... '

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) The criminal who broke into the office of Katie Hobbs, Arizona’s Democrat secretary of state and candidate for governor, was not an “ally” of her opponent, Kari Lake, R-Ariz., as suggested by Hobbs, but rather an illegal alien.

Shortly after the break in, Hobbs tweeted a statement describing a rise in political violence and spewing gross distortions about Lake.

“Secretary Hobbs and her staff have faced hundreds of death threats and threats of violence over the course of this campaign,” Hobbs’s campaign wrote. “Our campaign to stop Kari Lake’s dangerous chaos from becoming a new reality, and to build a safer, more prosperous state will not miss a beat.”

A police investigation has proven Hobbs’s thinly veiled accusation to be incorrect. Immigration and Customs Enforcement reported that an illegal immigrant, not a Lake “ally,” broke into the offices of Katie Hobbs, according to the Daily Wire.

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The criminal immigrant, 36-year-old Daniel Mota Dos Reis, was from Portugal. He legally immigrated in 2018 and overstayed his visa. An ICE official said Mota was “at-large for administrative immigration violations for failing to maintain his status as a registered student at an academic institution,” prior to his criminal burglary, according to KPNX 12 News.

Unfortunately, as seems to be normal with illegal immigration, Mota “had bonded out of Maricopa County Sheriff’s custody prior to a detainer being issued.”

Remember when @katiehobbs accused me of orchestrating a Watergate-style break-in of her campaign office?” Lake tweeted. “Well, it turns out it was a repeat-criminal here in our country illegally.”

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The Arizona gubernatorial race is close. The Real Clear Politics average showed Lake up by 2.5 points and called the election a “toss up.”

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