Radical leftist Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs was the Democratic frontrunner for Arizona Governor, but things are starting to change after her recent court loss.
ABC 15 reports:
Hobbs had 42% of the vote and her closest rival, Marco Lopez, has 8% of the vote. But Hobbs’ good fortune began to change earlier this month after a federal jury awarded Taloyna Adams, a Democratic policy advisor for the state senate, $2.75 million.
It was the second time a federal jury agreed Adams was the victim of racial and gender discrimination.
The jury also found she was retaliated against because she questioned why she was earning less than others who did the same work.
Hobbs, who was the Senate Minority Leader at the time, testified in court saying Adams was fired for performance-related issues.
“With the verdicts finding her culpable for race and sex discrimination and retaliatory termination, for her to say these other things is dishonest,” Adams said
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12 News reports,
“This was Katie Hobbs’ decision,” Talonya Adams said in an interview. “I think she’s always been very uncomfortable with minorities. She seems wholly disconnected from people of color.”
Hobbs, who was subpoenaed to testify in the trial, said at the conclusion of her testimony last week that she wished she had been a “better ally” for Adams.
“I don’t need her to be my ally,” Adams said in the interview. “I need her not to discriminate against black people.