U.S. Senate wannabe Mark Kelly revealed as a political impostor extraordinaire
It’s nine days until Nov. 3, 2020…Election Day. Many Arizonans have already voted by early ballot. Others prefer the time-honored tradition of casting their vote in person at a polling place. We’re inundated with campaign ads and our mailboxes are filled with flyers. Candidates proudly note their party affiliation, targeting registered voters politically aligned with them. They spend a lot of money, especially in U.S. Senate races.
This year the Arizona ballot lists two candidates running for a single senate seat in a special election. Republican incumbent Sen. Martha McSally, a former two-term member of congress was appointed by Gov. Doug Ducey to fill the remaining term of Sen. John McCain. A retired Air Force Colonel, and graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, she was the first female pilot to lead a fighter squadron into a war zone. McSally is being challenged by Democrat Mark Kelly in one of the nation’s costliest and most watched races. President Donald Trump has unequivocally endorsed Sen. McSally and she has appeared with him at campaign events.
Kelly, an open-border proponent and socialized medicine supporter, funded by radically left, $multi-billion Super PAC Act Blue, has slickly omitted his party affiliation from his ads, a devious trick that worked for Arizona’s other senator, Democrat Kyrsten Sinema.
Kelly, an Obama associate, is the founder of Giffords PAC, a Second Amendment restrictionist group targeting national Republican candidates, calls for stricter gun controls and vows to oppose what he refers to as “the gun lobby.” Though he sounds like a Democrat, Kelly would like us to believe he has mysteriously lost his affiliation with the Democrat Party.
The importance of this race cannot be overstated, since it will affect partisan control of the U.S. Senate. Thirty-five of 100 seats are up for election, including two special elections. As of October 2020, Republicans have a 53-45 majority over Democrats in the Senate. Independents, who caucus with the Democrats, hold the two remaining seats.
Mark Kelly, recently exposed by three fellow astronauts who served with him as ill-equipped for the senate,* declaring “Astronaut can’t hide Kelly’s leftist agenda.” Kelly was then given nearly a half-page column space in the desperate to oust Republicans, Arizona Republic newspaper. It runs his latest deception appearing under the headline: “I won’t be a Democrat or Republican senator.”
Why then is Mark Kelly listed as a Democrat on the ballot? When will he file a lawsuit against the Elections Department for being erroneously labeled?
*Astronauts exposé on Mark Kelly is reprinted in its entirety HERE on Red State.