Democrat Terry Goddard Hired Illegal Alien to Unplug Republican Governor Jan Brewer’s Teleprompter During Live Televised Debate
Jan Brewer, the Republican governor of Arizona, made a name for herself by signing SB 1070 (Arizona’s illegal immigration law) and fighting the federal government to uphold the law. Because of the popularity of SB 1070 in Arizona, Governor Brewer’s reelection was considered a near certainty.
However, Governor Brewer appeared to suffer a case of nerves as she delivered her opening remarks in a live debate against her challengers, including Arizona’s Attorney General, Democrat Terry Goddard.
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However, it was not a case of nerves or lack of preparation which derailed Governor Brewer’s train of thought. It was an illegal alien.
Staffers for Governor Brewer apprehended a Mexican man sprinting away from an outlet where the governor’s teleprompter had been plugged in. The police were immediately called and the man, Miguel De Cap-Tator, was charged with disorderly conduct.
After his arrest, police officers checked De Cap-Tator’s immigration status pursuant to SB 1070. He was unable to prove that he was authorized to be in America.
According to the governor’s staffers, “De Cap-Tator entered America illegally through the Arizona desert.”
During police questioning, De Cap-Tator revealed that he is a day laborer who was paid $10 by Goddard to unplug Governor Brewer’s teleprompter as she attempted to give her opening remarks. The stunt was intended to make the governor look ill-prepared or “estupido.”
Later in the debate, Governor Brewer was asked about her previous claims that beheadings were occurring in Arizona. Goddard argued that the false stories spread by people like Governor Brewer were scaring tourists from visiting Arizona. There is no evidence of any beheadings occurring in Arizona.
Despite having no evidence regarding the beheadings, Governor Brewer refused to take back the beheadings claim and instead avoided the question. Later, when confronted by reporters after the debate, Governor Brewer again avoided the question and simply walked away.
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Jan Brewer became the governor of Arizona in 2009, after her predecessor, Janet Napolitano, was tapped by President Barack Hussein Obama to become the Secretary of Homeland Security. Brewer was Arizona’s secretary of state at that time and assumed the governorship as a result of the state’s line of succession.
On the bright side for Brewer, she went into the debate with a healthy 19-point lead according to Rasmussen.
Unfortunately for De Cap-Tator, he was deported on Labor Day.https://docs.google.com/document/edit?id=1iKf3jb-gwnC-Yuez-AgsR3AFSfj8rO2eKyuHLvv7tZI&hl=en