Debra Spinner is the attorney for the people doing business as the “City of Mesa,” a corporation that forces peaceful people in Mesa to give them money.
If I forced people to give me money, then all would consider me a criminal. Debra’s organization is not generally viewed as the criminal syndicate it is because there is a double-standard at play. This double-standard is that’s it’s okay to force people to pay you if you call yourself a government. It also helps to have men and women on the payroll willing to carry out your orders without any discretion.
It’s the coercion that makes it so easy to discredit these government types; Debra Spinner is no exception. All it takes is a few questions to discredit their arguments and their credibility.
The argument their laws apply to us because we’re physically in Arizona is discredited by asking them for the evidence proving it’s true. Debra could not provide a single fact. But, it’s the excuses she gave that show she is not credible despite all her schooling and experience.
As I show in the video, Debra accuses me of raising a hypothetical as an excuse not to answer a question regarding the way her office operates. She also relies on the typical political defaults that she is not going to debate the law, and that she cannot give legal advice.
Because questions of fact are asking for legal advice. I guess they teach you that in law school in the Twilight Zone. They are just political dodges to avoid answering a tough question. They are dishonest and unprofessional.
Debra Spinner, like her associates, are not credible; they’re criminals. My facts to support this claim? Easy, they force us to pay them. It’s comply or die and that’s criminal.