Undercover video footage – watch below – shows Evynn Bronson from Kelly's "Mission for Arizona" campaign openly admitting that deceit and lies are being used to try to win the election for Kelly.
"What if I came across a Republican, and they, like, ask me if Mark Kelly is pro-life?" the undercover Project Veritas journalist asked Bronson.
"Yes," Bronson immediately responded. "I would say, 'Mark Kelly is pro-life but also pro-keeping the government out of our healthcare.' I don't know, something stupid like that."
"Even though he's not pro-life?" the undercover journalist then responded.
"Absolutely he is not pro-life," Bronson retorted. "And then I'd go to something like, 'you know after his wife was in a shooting, [Kelly] values life so much.' It's just a shame."
Bronson would go on during the conversation to admit that Kelly is too far-left to win the election with honesty. His extreme positions would "scare away a lot of those independents," he admitted.
"And that's 40 percent," Bronson then added, noting that Kelly "can't win with just Democrat votes" so "he has to play both sides."
Right now, Bronson says, about 40 percent of Arizona voters are undecided about whether they are going to vote Republican or Democrat this election. This would seem to be a very sizeable question mark for the outcome of the election, which is why the Kelly campaign is resorting to dirty tactics.
Kelly cannot just come right out and admit to all the "very liberal" policies that he actually has in store for Arizona, Bronson further admitted, "even though you think he's going to do them anyways."
"He's not going to say anything outright about what he's going to do unless it will garner support from Independents and some of the moderate Republicans," Bronson further said. (Related: Last year, Project Veritas got a Pfizer official to admit that Fauci Flu shots [covid 'vaccines'] contain ingredients made from aborted babies.)
Without those independent votes, Kelly simply does not have a chance of winning a Senate seat in Arizona – at least not without massive voter fraud, which after what we saw in 2020 is not necessarily out of the question.
As for dealing with Republican voters, Bronson said he has to be extra careful not to suggest in any way that Kelly is pro-abortion, "even though he is."
Mission for Arizona's Twitter account specifically states that the group's ultimate goal is to "elect Democrats up and down the ballot" with a specific "mission to re-elect [Mark Kelly]."
It is clear, at this point, that this effort includes spreading bald-faced lies and whatever else it takes to convince undecided voters that Kelly is a better choice than his Republican opponent, Blake Masters, who Bronson says "believes that the election was a fraud."
Bronson called Masters' position as "crazy, crazy, crazy far-right conspiracy as you can get."
"So, it's just like, look at the alternatives and they're not super beautiful," Bronson added about Kelly's opponents.
"They all have a public position and a private position like Hillary said," wrote someone in the comments about the political class and how they all behave. "Which translates to, they are con men who see nothing wrong with lying to you about anything and everything."
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