Video footage uncovered by conservative journalists shows one already beleaguered Democrat congressional candidate from Arizona denigrating the Republicans in her state as “crazy.”
“Over the past several years, people would watch what’s going on in Arizona and be like, ‘Damn, those people are crazy,'” current Rep. Kyrsten Sinema says in a leaked video of a speech she delivered seven years ago to the Texas Stonewall Democrat Committee
“Is it something with the water?” she then asks before answering her own question: “No, the water’s fine, we stole it from Colorado. They’re called Republicans.”
The premise was that it was the Republicans in Arizona who were responsible for the state’s allegedly “crazy” policies. And the purpose of her speech was in fact to teach members of the TSDC how “to stop your state from becoming Arizona.”
She also shared a joke about how she had once learned a song about Arizona and its five Cs: cattle, copper, citrus, cotton and climate.
“But I would add a sixth C — it’s called crazy,” she says in the video above.
It’s as if she hates approximately 50 percent of her state. During the last presidential election 49.5 percent of all Arizona voters chose Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Republicans also won the state’s Senate race and most of the state’s House races.
It’s unclear what exactly about Arizona’s policies she found “crazy.” Back in 2010 the Arizona legislature passed a bill to support law enforcement and promote safe neighborhoods. That same year then-Gov. Jan Brewer signed one of the nation’s toughest laws on illegal immigration. Most Americans would likely label these sensible policy decisions.
What’s more clear is that Sinema could be in deep trouble come November. As it stands, she’s already under the spotlight for a litany of scandals that involve her doing everything from smearing U.S. soldiers to promoting events that featured a lawyer who’s been convicted of aiding a terror organization.
But she’s not the only Democrat in trouble. Not by a long shot. Earlier this week a conservative watchdog released video footage that showed the campaign manager of another Democrat hopeful, Tennessee senatorial candidate Philip Bredesen, admitting that their boss has been deceiving “ignorant” voters.
While the demonstrably left-wing media are trying their hardest to keep these clips under wraps, thanks to the power of conservative media and social media, the word’s been getting out quick. And the consensus among many is that these videos would both candidates “bigly.”
She can kiss that Senate seat goodbye… Senator McSally has a a nice ring to it
— Joseph Flannery (@passportjoe) October 11, 2018
Stick a fork in her.
— Cory M (@IToldYouMonsoon) October 11, 2018
Well. I’d say she had a good run. But she didn’t.
— FränkenFist (@RAZ0RFIST) October 11, 2018
She wants our vote, crazy Arizona.
— Tim Baze (@1timbaze) October 11, 2018
Yep, she definitely loves her state.
But I would expect no less from a Democrat.
— Marcus Hock (@marcus1320) October 11, 2018
Sad, whats does it say about YOU and the people you are asking to support you that -in order to get their interest- you have to “trash” your own state… you know, that place where typically family, neighbors, friends, etc would be mostly from? @Debradelai @drawandstrike
— Osarias (@osarias1) October 11, 2018
Are all of the Dem Senate candidates on a mission to universally self-destruct? I see that Beto already got the memo, and apparently so did Bredesen.
— Bentley Greg (@Bentos03) October 11, 2018
The tweets referenced her challenger, American combat veteran Rep. Martha McSally, a proud patriot who doesn’t enjoy trash-talking U.S. soldiers or her own constituents.
“The contrast is very clear,” McSally said during an appearance on Fox News a couple month back, describing the difference between her Sinema. “Do you want a protester in a tutu or a patriot in a flight suit?”
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