Jeff Flake bungles parenting, yet tries to reprimand Trump

By now most of us have heard Jeff Flake’s weak stab at witticism claiming that he can’t attend the Republican National Convention because he needs to “mow his lawn.” This boycott is Flake’s arrogant posturing to unequivocally send his message of contempt for Donald Trump. Flake doesn’t approve of Trump’s messaging and tone, so he takes to public forums to publicly chastise the Republican presidential nominee. Flake accuses Trump of racism for stating that he will build a wall along our southern border and has called for a moratorium on unable to be vetted refugees from terror sponsoring nations.

Closer to home, Jeff Flake fails miserably in the scolding department.

When it comes to racism and Flake, his son Tanner was the indisputable champion offender. In 2013 teenage Tanner was the subject of our post “Generational Flakes.” The younger Flake was exposed for his online spew of vile anti-black and Hispanic, anti-Semitic, and homophobic slurs. BuzzFeed has more here  including the offensive screen name Tanner used in online games.

For his vulgar rants, there was no woodshed or even a pretense of one for the arrogant punk. Jeff Flake apologized for his son, teaching him that getting off easy is easy when your dad is a U. S. Senator. Tanner may have apologized to his parents for the negative publicity, but never publicly took responsibility for this hate filled rhetoric.

His weak cover-up doesn’t make Jeff Flake a racist. Just a self-absorbed flake who let an important teachable moment pass.

Jeff Flake’s parenting failures are legend. Another son, Austin, who along with his then-wife Logan, bore the responsibility of caring for the dogs kenneled at the dog boarding facility owned by her parents Todd and MaLeisa Hughes, vacationing in Florida. Under the young newlyweds less than watchful supervision 23 family pets died horrific heat-related deaths. Austin and Logan are magically off the hook, while the Hughes have been sentenced to jail time.

After the younger Flake’s indictment mysteriously vanished, they have the raw nerve to sue the taxpayers of Maricopa County for $8 million for the damage they say was done to their formerly pristine reputations.

Not a word from Papa Flake who will long remember the kindness of Houdini Montgomery, the obliging Maricopa County Attorney, who cut the Flake’s loose.

When Jeff Flake comes up for reelection next year, conservatives should take a page from the Arizona junior senator‘s book, and be too busy “mowing our lawns” to cast a ballot for him. He deserves the same cold shoulder he and his mentor John McCain are giving Donald Trump by not showing up at the Republican National Convention and undermining the GOP candidate.


8 Responses to Jeff Flake bungles parenting, yet tries to reprimand Trump

  1. Maggie says:

    Jeff the Flake should be ashamed of himself, but he is too haughty to feel such emotion. I will vote for him the same as I do for John McCain: NEVER.

  2. East Valley Conservative says:

    “Mowing my lawn” is too plausible as an excuse. If I see the Flakester, I’ll let him know I’ve set aside time to pick lint from my navel and won’t be able to vote for him.

    BTW, Don’t believe for a minute that Jeff Flake mows his own lawn. Proficient liars always misjudge others as gullible.

  3. Doc says:

    …he just needs th’ ever-luvin’ TASTE Slapped outta’ his mouth…


    if I lied like he does, my Dad would come to Arizona just to do this to me…repeatedly…

  4. North East Conservative says:

    Remember when Flake comes up for re-election in a couple of years I think. He will become worse as the years go on. He thinks is is the darling of Arizona. We need to look now for a replacement for him. He really likes flying around with the man in the White House. He seems to like voting with the Dems a lot. He has taught his sons nothing.

  5. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Houdini Montgomery – I love it! He, the Westpoint grad, has turned out to be a snowflake. Afraid of authority (McCain, Flake, Ducey) so the guilty go free if they’re “anybody important.”

    I have no intention of voting for Flake next year. He has been thisclose to Obama and it’s sickening watching him enable Obama’s leftwing agenda. He’s working against Trump just like the has-been, Mitt Romney, who still thinks he’s somebody.

  6. Saguaro Sam says:

    Everyone knows what happens to snowflakes.
    The sun eventually shines on them and they just go away. Never to be missed or thought of again.

    Here’s another Entitled One:

    John Kerry ducked out of a NATO summit early to catch actor Lin-Manuel Miranda’s final performance in the Broadway hit “Hamilton.”

    The NATO summit, which took place Friday and Saturday in Warsaw, Poland, was dubbed by the U.S. embassy there as “one of the most important political events of the year.”

    The event was attended by President Obama, Defense Secretary Ash Carter, and Secretary of State John Kerry, before he dipped out early to head back to the U.S.

    Saturday evening, local time, Obama met with foreign counterparts, UK’s David Cameron, Germany’s Angela Merkel, Italy’s Matteo Renzi, France’s Francois Hollande, and Ukraine’s Petro Poroshenko.

    Back stateside, Kerry was spotted at the 8 p.m. showing of Hamilton at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.

    Mike Doran, a former senior director in the National Security Council, jeered Kerry’s early departure.

    “Priorities … John Kerry left the NATO summit early so he could hang out w/Jane Fonda, JLO, & Charlie Rose,” he tweeted.

    America’s top diplomat even posed for selfies at Saturday’s play.

    State Department spokesperson John Kirby said Kerry returned early Saturday morning to attend the wedding of one of his closest friends.

    “Saturday evening, the Secretary attended a performance of the Broadway show Hamilton. He paid full face-value, out-of-pocket, for four tickets and was joined by his daughter, her husband and one staff member. He returned to Washington, D.C. Saturday evening,” Kirby said.

    Other bold-faced names attending the show were Jennifer Lopez, Jane Fonda, Rosie O’Donnell, Spike Lee, Charlie Rose, among others.

    I’m sure we, the US taxpayers, paid for the special air flight to deliver one John Kerry stateside.

    Did we pay for the Broadway tickets, too? Maybe dinner at a 4-star restaurant?

    • Doc says:

      I came across the following from DRUDGE:

      …I’ve always been a Cruz supporter. I’ve come to terms with supporting Trump. Under NO CIRCUMSTANCES WHAT SO EVER can hillary clinton succeed in her monstrous effort to become president. However, ?senator? flake needs to be recalled, fired, impeached, disgraced, whatever. He just needs to NOT be Arizona’s “other” senatorial representative ANYMORE. THE MAN IS AN ABSOLUTE DISGRACE.

  7. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Off Topic – about Prescott, AZ:

    County seal, Trump sticker OK to be on official’s vehicle – 3TV | Phoenix Breaking News, Weather, Sport

    I don’t suppose I’d be happy if it were the ‘other’ candidate, but this little bit of good news is welcome at this time.