May 20, 2022
Taken from the article posted in the Daily Courier of the same date/time
"Showing their pro-America values, 400 Arizonans filled the Prescott High School auditorium May 14 to capacity to join America First gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and many other conservative speakers in a “We the people Arizona Alliance” rally.
Joining Lake, Gosar and Holman were former state legislator Linda Gray, who led the opening prayer, followed immediately by veteran and America First candidate Steve Zipperman, who led the participants in the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by cheers of “USA, USA, USA.”
Serving as the MC for the event, Lou Corona, Northern Arizona Director of “We the People AZ. Alliance,” brought a lineup of conservative speakers to the stage, including Congressman Paul Gosar, former ICE Director, Tom Holman, Yavapai County Sheriff David Rhodes, Tim Foley of Arizona Border Recon, and the founders of “We the People AZ Alliance,” Shelby Busch and Steve Robinson.
A panel discussion followed the speakers, focusing on two issues: illegal immigration, including drug smuggling, human trafficking and the control of the border by Mexican cartels, and election integrity, including ballot-harvesting information provided by David Lara and Gary Garcia Snyder, Republican candidate for State Senator for LD23 (Maricopa County).
Lara and Snyder indicated the information they were discussing had been provided to Arizona officials, not only during the 2020 election, but as early as the 2010, and subsequent elections, material that appears to have been validated by the recent movie “2,000 Mules.”
Yavapai County Republicans/conservatives wish to thank Lou Corona and his “We the People AZ Alliance” for bringing this patriotic rally together for the people of the county and giving our constitutional conservative, America First candidates the opportunity to speak."
Information provided by “We the People AZ Alliance.”
Source Link: https://www.dcourier.com/news/2022/may/19/lake-zipperman-corona-lead-we-people-az-alliance-r/
Originally Published: May 19, 2022 9:59 p.m. by the Daily Courier