Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu is no stranger to being on the front lines of both Arizona's border with Mexico and GOP politicking. Babeu is running for Congress, had previously appeared with John McCain in a 2008 campaign ad, and used to be the co-chair of Mitt Romney's Arizona campaign. But the hard-line, anti-immigrant Sheriff was recently outed by his boyfriend, an immigrant, for threatening him with deportation if he didn't keep quiet about his homosexuality.
Mitt Romney with Paul Babeu before closet door opened (Gage Skidmore) Following Saturday's allegations that Arizona's Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu had threatened his gay ex-lover with deportation, Babeu made three things clear: h... Read Post
And that includes his ex-boyfriend: Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu—who became the face of Arizona border security nationally after he started stridently opposing illegal immigration—threatened his Mexican ex-lover with deportation ... Read Post