The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors held a meeting that was meant to be open to the public.
Except that wasn’t the case for a Gateway Pundit reporter.
On Monday The Gateway Pundit reporter Jordan Conradson attempted to attend the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (MCBOS) Special Meeting which was supposedly open to the public. But Jordan could not gain access to the building – or ANY building. He was blocked at every entrance by security officials who turned him away.The Gateway Pundit
Turns out the press room was only for those on an approved list.
As the meeting was starting Jordan found the press entrance in the County Recorder’s office and I tried to enter. That’s when a woman came out and told him that he was not on the list to go inside the press room. This was after Jordan told him who he was. The woman shut the door in his face so he decided to wait outside and listen to the Livestream video.The Gateway Pundit
It looks like this was a deliberate attempt to keep a conservative reporter out of the building:
Jordan then went around to the main entrance he had come through earlier in the day, and the same guard that the woman grabbed earlier came hustling around the corner to prevent him again from entering the government building. In a shocking display, the guard even denied speaking to the woman who reported Jordan.The Gateway Pundit
Did she tell the guard that Jordan was a threat?
The reason for this became clear later on:
It’s all because of liberals and their wealthy backers like George Soros, who are trying to block people from finding out the truth about the 2020 election.
Here’s the video:
What exactly did they not want a conservative reporter to see and hear?
Hopefully the audit gets to the bottom of it, but we’ll have to wait and see.