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Sinema drops CD9 seat, opts for senate challenge to Flake

Posted by on | September 29, 2017 | No Comments

Cloaked radical liberal challenges RINO

And so it begins.  To no one’s surprise, Democrat U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema has announced she’s jumping her Congressional District 9 perch and “putting country ahead of politics” as she runs for the U.S. Senate. Her You Tube announcement shows a soft spoken, genteel woman who recounts her early years as part of a homeless family, telling how attaining the American Dream is actually the story of her life.

Sinema deserves credit for a masterful job of recreating her image. When she took office in 2013, as the self announced “first openly bisexual” member of Congress, she refused to take her oath of office on the bible as is customarily done, since she considers herself an atheist . Her terms in the Arizona House and Senate came after she abandoned running as a Green Party Candidate. Sinema was endorsed by the pro-abortion EMILY’s List, supports gun control measures, advocates on behalf of citizenship for illegals, and regards “raising taxes as more economically sound than cutting vital services.” Her Mideast allegiances lie with the Palestinians rather than Israel, the only democracy in the entire region. Sinema was a frequent guest at the Obama White House. Virulently anti-military, in campaign-mode she evidenced a newfound, though exploitive compassion, with this ad, featuring the parents of a young veteran who took his own life after being denied treatment for post-traumatic stress syndrome.

In Sept. 2012, during her first congressional race, SRAZ postedKyrsten Sinema: Far-left radical AZ CD 9 Dem exposed,” topping it with a cozy photo of Sinema with her then-best gal pal Janet Napolitano. It contains a wealth of information including her ties to the Communist Party. Sinema’s chameleon-like change of appearance and tone should be enough to raise the antenna of those paying attention to high alert levels. Be sure to read Guy Benson’s Townhall column.

With Democrat Sinema now angling to oust unpopular senator Jeff Flake and the Congressional District 9 seat opening, there will be a free-for-all race of wannabees. Former McCain aide Paul Hickman  is reportedly eyeing the seat. Radio talk show co-host Seth Leibsohn, a former Bill Bennett colleague and president of the Leibsohn Group has been playing coy, as he leads up to an end of Sept. announcement. A frequent guest on the ‘Seth and Chris’ launching pad show is political consultant Sean Noble, onetime chief-of-staff to former U.S. Rep. John Shadegg — a longtime McCain ally.

Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, another liberal Democrat, is eyeing the CD 9 House seat, along with some lesser known aspirants.

As an ever-growing horde dukes it out for the House seat, keep your eye on the Arizona Republican Senate Primary, where vulnerable Jeff Flake is being challenged by Dr. Kelli Ward, a conservative former two-term state senator and physician, who will be a valuable asset as the U.S. Senate  revisits repealing Obamacare.

 Sinema drops CD9 seat, opts for senate challenge to Flake  Sinema drops CD9 seat, opts for senate challenge to Flake

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