Amnesty issue underscores presidential and AZ senate races
Primaries and caucuses have tightened the list of Republican presidential primary contenders, leaving three main players to duke it out: Business mogul Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen. Marco Rubio. Trump is, to put it mildly, wiping the floor with his adversaries. Nothing like this elevating of a political outsider has played out since 1952 when WWII Gen. Dwight Eisenhower was elected president, after trouncing Illinois’ Democrat Gov. Adlai Stevenson.
Due to Rubio’s easy acquiesce with John McCain and Jeff Flake’s Gang of Eight amnesty scheme, aligned with the most liberal Democrats who eagerly jumped on board the effort to expand the Democrat base, Marco Rubio is feeling the effects of associating with the unsavory McCain gangsters. He has unsuccessfully tried to distance himself from his despicable shenanigans. The recent post, “McCain was Marco Rubio’s Waterloo,” is more accurate with each passing day.
McCain, who will be 80 by Election Day, has the raw temerity to run for another six-year senate term. He’s being challenged by Dr. Kelli Ward, a physician and former two-term state senator, who will bring conservative vigor and values back to our state.
As reported by CBS TV5, McCain acknowledges American voters’ anger with business as usual in Washington has him running “as hard as I’ve ever run in my entire political career.” What he can’t bring himself to admit, as he speaks out of both sides of his mouth on key issues, is he has fine tuned delivering that “business as usual” for decades. His role in damaging his expendable pawn and wily protégé Marco Rubio is clear evidence of his political greed.
In an exclusive Q&A with Breitbart News, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Council President Chris Crane provides previously unreported details about the 2013 Gang of Eight immigration fight and Marco Rubio’s betrayal that are likely to shake up an already tumultuous presidential race.
Is it any wonder that Courageous Conservatives PAC paid for this ad in support of Ted Cruz, the lone conservative in the race?