The ugly, anti-white racist sentiment of the modern progressive left continues to bubble up with the latest example being a woman who was featured in a campaign ad for Democrat Senator Mark Kelly who is up for reelection next year.
With an expected bludgeoning at the polls on the horizon for a party that is facing a massive backlash over the Biden administration’s disastrous policies, the Arizona seat currently held by the former astronaut and fervent anti-gun activist will be critical if Democrats are to avoid an electoral bloodbath with the GOP wresting back control of the upper chamber with enough seats to offset the RINOs.
But Kelly’s campaign is already drawing the wrong kind of attention in a nation that is rapidly rejecting the poisonous ideology of critical race theory and the demonization of white people that serves as its foundation after the racist tweets by Dr. Cadey Harrel surfaced.
The Arizona physician appeared in the ad touting Kelly’s dedication to reducing prescription drug prices and health care costs.
“Senator Mark Kelly delivered lower premiums so people can buy their own insurance, and he’s fighting to lower prescription drug costs,” she said. “Reducing health care costs can change or even save my patients’ lives.”
“I stand up for my patients, and Mark Kelly stands up for us,” she added.
However, images of tweets from Harrel’s Twitter account, which is now locked down, show a history of inflammatory racist statements, including one sent on the day of the so-called January 6 ‘insurrection’ in which she claims that “White men are the single greatest domestic terror group in this country,” while bemoaning the lack of tear gas and rubber bullets being used against the crowd at what was a mostly peaceful protest.
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In another tweet, Harrel dished a derisive opinion about Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador as a “white guy leading Mexico,” according to Fox News, sarcastically adding that there are no photos of the President of Africa but that “he’s probably white too.”
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She also dumped on Arizona Governor Doug Ducey because of his skin color, accusing the Republican of having “blood on his hands from negligence in the handling of this pandemic” and that he would not be held accountable.
“He’s shown once again how unfit he is for leading our state and should be held accountable,” she wrote last year, according to Fox News. “But unfortunately, he is a white man, so we know it ain’t happening.”
Most ironically, Kelly is a white man, and many feel it is not a good look for his campaign and an astonishing lack of judgment as well as a failure of staff to perform simple due diligence when it comes to the vetting process.
Harrell, who is the founder of the nonprofit Agave Community Health and Wellness, “had a vision of building community and health education programs to fill knowledge gaps that perpetuate health disparities,” according to the organization’s website. And the negative public relations caused by her racist remarks likely led to the lockdown of her Twitter account which may be awash in such vile sentiment.
Kelly was able to fend off challenger Martha McSally in the 2020 special election to fill the Senate seat of deceased Arizona icon John McCain for the rest of his term and was likely bolstered by sympathy for his wife, former Rep. Gabby Giffords who was shot in the head by a deranged lunatic outside of a Tucson grocery store in 2011, providing a launching pad for his political career as an anti-2nd Amendment activist.
Democrats are in frantic damage control mode after the consequences of their embrace of CRT were made clear in the off-year elections, especially in Virginia where Republican Glenn Youngkin destroyed longtime Clinton ally Terry McAuliffe as voters turned out to render their verdict on the divisive racial politics that Democrats have become overly reliant on.
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