(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) The John F. Kennedy public library announced last week that it would honor Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers, R-Mesa, with a courage award for standing up to calls to audit the state’s dubious 2020 election results, Just the News reported.
Bowers, a career RINO, released a statement describing the award, and praising the sort of person who would receive it.
The recipient of the award made “courageous decisions of conscience without regard for the personal or professional consequences.” Bowers received the award for “his actions to protect the integrity of Arizona elections,” according to the press release
The RINO claimed that he did not deserve the honor.
“I am very grateful for this honor, yet cannot help but feel undeserving of it,” the House Speaker said.
But ultimately, he said that he does deserve the honor because he did a great service to the people of Arizona.
“Honoring my oath and the people’s choices at the ballot box are not heroic acts — they are the least that Arizonans should expect from the people elected to serve them.”
Ultimately, the Kennedy library suggested that Bowers stood up to violent Trumpist mobs.
“For his decision of conscience, Bowers endured persistent harassment and intimidation tactics from Trump supporters, and later survived an attempt to recall him from the legislature,” the award said.
Since November of 2020, Bowers has halted any legislation that might call into doubt the Maricopa County 2020 election results, despite a bulk of evidence suggesting that fraud may have altered the outcome.
Of course, the Kennedy family has long taken part in covering up election fraud. This includes the campaign of John F. Kennedy when he was elected in 1960.
Kennedy defeated Richard Nixon that year, using fraudulent connections with the big city mafia to create the desired electoral outcome.