The Hill exposes the fraud that is the coreless Jeff Flake. He has now unequivocally revealed himself as willing to do or say whatever will serve his purposes as he campaigns for the Arizona U.S. Senate seat being vacated via the retirement of Jon Kyl.
The local daily runs a similar piece unveiling Jeff the Flake’s latest election strategy. Arizonans familiar with Flake’s amnesty partnership with far left Chicago Democrat U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez will need a fly-trap nearby since their mouths will hang agape watching him abandon his long-held open-border stance in this calculated election repositioning. Seeing Red AZ has often exposed his duplicity on this issue, such as noting that he kept his distance from Gutierrez here in Arizona. Canoodling on the banks of the Potomac is one thing, but the Congressional District 6 voters tend to be a conservative lot. Gutierrez is the one who credits Flake for helping to turn more red states blue.
When it suits his purposes, we‘ve known Flake to change his mind before. His boundless ambition convinced him his pledge to limit himself to three congressional terms was a “mistake.” He is currently in his sixth term.
Now polling reveals his amnesty stance doesn’t fly with the Republican base, so he rejects yet another entrenched position for expediency.
John McCain, an original architect of the flagrant amnesty scheme known as “Compressive Immigration Reform” experienced a similar election-based epiphany when he became a phony border hawk during his last campaign. The fraudulent scheme, along with a nearly $30 million war chest, worked for him and Flake is hoping to repeat that deception.
Don’t allow yourself to be conned. There is too much at stake.