‘Who wore it better?’ Leftists take aim at Sinema’s interesting fashion choice

Leftists took aim at Senator Kyrsten Sinema over the outfit that she wore during an appearance at the World Economic Forum’s gathering for the global elite in Davos, Switzerland, trashing the rogue lawmaker who has defied efforts by those in her extremist party who seek to abolish the filibuster, infuriating activists who view her as a traitor for her independent streak.

The Arizona senator joined her fellow renegade Democrat, Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia as a part of the U.S. delegation to Klaus Schwab’s influential conclave of politicians, celebrities, and business executives, many of whom are imbued with a messianic complex to save the planet from climate change and who view basic civil rights as an impediment to their project.

Sinema and Manchin may have been a fly in the ointment when it comes to eliminating the legislative procedure that serves as a bulwark against one-party tyranny, but they were in lockstep with other Democrats when it came to delivering the bacon for President Joe Biden’s radical climate agenda, both eagerly supporting the Inflation Reduction Act, a Trojan horse for the worst elements of the Green New Deal. They were treated like heroes by the climate zealots in the Swiss Alps.

However, the left’s animosity toward Sinema continues to fester and her showing off her fluffy, furry attire during the America (Un)Bound forum with her fellow U.S. shills for globalism invited a Twitter scourging with many likening her get-up to that of a certain submissive four-legged creature.

“Why is she dressed like a sheep,” asked Jezebel editor-in-chief Laura Bassett.

“Sinema decided to take ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing’ way too literally,” wrote another user.

Another wiseacre likened her outfit to a Batman villain.

“’If the Mayor refuses to pay the ransom, I, Lady Sinema, will shrink all of Gotham City! Bwahahahahaha,’” joked writer Oliver Willis.

Another suggested that she was dressed for the wrong occasion, “Clearly Kyrsten Sinema heard she was going to Davos & thought it was some kind of Game of Thrones fan convention.”

“A bath mat is not a vest,” cracked Sarah Burris of left-wing website Raw Story.

Prissy MSNBC host Chris Hayes chimed in, “I’ve heard from wealthy donors that Sinema is at her most comfortable and gregarious around rich donors and you can really see it here!”

Other reactions…

Sinema thrilled the beautiful people when she high-fived Manchin over their stubborn resistance to nuking the filibuster.

“Americans are more united than the national parties would have us believe, and our focus on cross-party collaboration has delivered lasting solutions and shown that a diverse democracy can still function effectively,” Sinema said on her website of her WEF appearance.

“I believe this approach is exactly how we continue cutting through the partisan dysfunction and delivering results – whether that be on pressing domestic issues like immigration and border security or foreign policy through strengthening democracies across the globe to win against foreign adversaries,” she added.

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