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Joe Arpaio's Wackadoodle Supporters Freak Out

The above video posted in early October by YouTuber BlessedONE333returnz is freaking hi-larious, and offers a window into the cracked minds of these human PayDay bars who think Joe Arpaio walks on water.

This crazy lady is kvetching off-camera about an anti-Arpaio mailer in the form of a faux newspaper published by Bob Anderson, CEO of Prisma Graphic, a self-proclaimed GOPer who is breaking with Arpaio to support Democratic sheriff's candidate Paul Penzone.

(Note: She almost outs herself, but the name on the address to the right of the mailer is a little too blurred for me to read.)

See also: -Neo-Nazis and Extreme Right-Wingers Love Joe Arpaio, and There's Evidence that the MCSO Keeps Them Close -Joe Arpaio's Stooge Mike Stauffer Still in Sheriff's Race, Rumors Aside -Joe Arpaio-Foe Paul Penzone and Republican Grant Woods Vote, and Woods on "Chenal-Gate"

She goes off on Anderson, calling him as a "stupid pagan idiot" and a "lying sack of crap," scolding him, in a batty, wingnut rant that I think many of you will agree is unintentionally amusing.

"This man," she says of Anderson, "has chosen to do this with his money and the money of these other nasty, evil communists."

Communists? Guess she didn't get that memo about the Berlin wall.

"Your tax dollars." she continues, "should be helping the only law enforcement agent in the entire nation who's going after Barack Obama, the New World Order, and the lies of the fraud that is felony fraud treason against our nation."

I'm surprised she didn't throw in a few references to the Lizard People, the Illuminati or "the Jews."

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Stephen is a former staff writer and columnist at Phoenix New Times.
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