Jeff Flake sinking like a rock preceding reelection

Squish Republicrat Jeff Flake losing support

Just days ago, the Arizona Republic, slickly adept at skewing the news to fit its own agenda, had to admit — and on Page One, no less — that Jeff Flake is in trouble with Arizona voters.

The anorexic newspaper, only 26 pages two days running, excluding the throwaway USAToday, but including the full-page hearing aid ads for its aging demographic readership, conceded that its own poll showed McCain’s freshman underling at a bottom dragging 35 percent favorability rating as he gears up his reelection campaign.

Flake’s 2012 path to the senate was not a cake walk. It took enormous effort on the part of then-retiring Sen. Jon Kyl, and his seatmate John McCain to pull Flake over the finish line. Although the duo appeared in numerous pro-Flake ads, Flake barely beat U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona.  Appointed to the nation’s Top Doc post by Pres. George W. Bush, Vice Admiral Carmona, M.D. lost by just 3 percentage points. Carmona possessed credentials — military, law enforcement and medical — lobbyist-turned U.S. Rep. Jeff Flake could only dream of.

Flake has an ego far exceeding his abilities. Given to highlighting his hair, posting shirtless pics of himself and effecting a mindless smirk, he is also adept at obscuring the truth as it suits him.

This reprehensible election gimmick involving robo calls directing voters to the wrong polling places came from Flake’s 2012 senate campaign was revealed by TV12.

Regardless of which side of Second Amendment freedoms you come down on, Flake inexcusably lied to the mother of an Aurora, Colorado theater shooting victim, who had contacted him regarding background checks. She called Flake a “coward.”

The Arizona Republic, dismayed at his facility for facileness also editorially called him out as a “coward” on the same issue.

When Flake glibly backtracked on his long held amnesty for illegals stance on which he has repeatedly partnered  with liberal Illinois congressman Luis Gutierrez, the newspaper excoriated him in another editorial, saying he was “no longer a statesman,“ merely “a politician.”

The left-leaning editorial board need not have come unglued. His latest view was merely one of political expediency. Once the former House member was elected to the Senate, he joined with his mentor McCain to form the Gang of Eight, enlisting some of the most liberal senators and a couple of like-thinking RINOs to once again push  for amnesty for illegals.

“In the past I have supported a broad approach to immigration reform, increased border security coupled with a temporary worker program. I no longer do,” the slippery candidate Flake previously declared. “I’ve been down that road, and it is a dead end.”

This July post,So you think you know Jeff Flake? Think again” remains popular as does this August posting “Jeff Flake’s deceit exceeded only by his arrogance.”  They will help explain why Jeff Flake is the most unpopular senator in the nation, as reported by azfamily TV 3.


11 Responses to Jeff Flake sinking like a rock preceding reelection

  1. VINOAZ says:

    This buffoon needs to go. How do we keep the dump the Flake fervor going for 2 years? A recall movement?

    • MacBeth says:

      Recall isn’t in the cards. He’s up for reelection next year. What we need is a solid conservative candidate to take him on. It would be a joy to see Dist. 4 Congressman Paul Gosar in that role.

      This is our one chance. Flake is a freshman senator who is taking contrariian positions on most issues conservatives hold to be true. He already has deep roots within the lobbying community which provides him with big bucks and is a friend of Obama’s. He’s supporting Hillary by denigrating Donald Trump.

      • jakesez says:

        Gosar is the man to go to. He stayed the conservative course while all around him were giving up and taking a knee in surrender. He deserves it and I will support him.

  2. azgary says:

    The time to start looking for a challenger is now, we have not had a challenger that is in anyway a serious threat to a seated senator since J.D.

    • VINOAZ says:

      OK. Would like to see him/her touring the state, doing town hall meeting people and raising money. The establishment has the money and the network, not to mention their minions in the party. We failed miserably in not dumping McCain.

  3. East Valley Conservative says:

    Conservative Reiew gives both Jeff Flake and John McCain big fat “F” ratings.

  4. State Delegate says:

    Here we see Jeff Flake living up to his name as he appears in a campaign ad with a pack of RINOs and losers (Mitt Romney!) for Hillary Clinton: Makes you proud, Huh?

    I will not only not support Jeff Flake, but will not vote for anyone he endorses. They are giving their tacit approval to his traitorous views if they accept his endorsement.

  5. Kathy says:

    Flake another Soros boy. The man who is responsible for the murder of millions.

  6. Saguaro Sam says:

    Jeff Flake does not care if he is the most unpopular U.S. senator.
    His psychological makeup would not allow it.

    If we are fortunate enough to ever rid ourselves of him, there is always reality TV calling.

    Those TV shows such as “Naked and Alone” or “Naked and Afraid” would be right up his ego alley. I’d pay to watch him have to drink putrid water out of a mud hole where elephants defecate.

    Meanwhile, Bush ’41 is voting for Hillary.
    And then they are checking in to the nearest nursing home–if they make it to November.
    They are both physically and neurologically impaired.
    The Bush family—–Globalists.

    Greta Van Susteran used to blog about how close Bill Clinton and GHW Bush are. Greta should know—-her husband, John Coale, was a major bundler for Bill Clinton, and Greta has documented her many, many trips to the Bush compound for social functions.

  7. CultureShocked says:

    My feeling is the best way to get rid of Flake is to dump McCain. First of two things: IMO is not possible to recall a US senator, they voted themselves this ruling arguing something like they were federal agents once elected and not subject to recall, the only surprising thing is why didn’t they just vote to make themselves permanent? Let’s talk 17th amendment some time.
    Number two is wadda ya mean dump McShame? Pound the boards for a write in vote of Ward!
    This from Dr. Ward’s email to supporters:
    “I was able to garner over 235,000 votes state-wide. We lost in early voting, but got more votes on election day than my opponent. We won 5 of 15 counties, which was surprising to everyone who doubted our ability to do well. We earned 39.91% of the vote while McCain got 51.12%, so, we lost by only 11.2%.”
    If she could get 30% in Nov Mcshame would probably get the same leaving a 40% plurality for the Dem. McCain would be gone and the die cast for a credible run against Flake by, take your pick but I’ll go with Gosar. Sounds like a good campaign logo.
    Now of course the problem is AZ would have a dem senator, but a very weak one, perhaps a little more apt to go light on progressivism, any way certainly a very beatable candidate in 2022. But as someone has said “at this point what difference does it make” a statement (IMO) that applies to McCain or a Dem as an AZ US senator.
    This Blog did an outstanding job of presenting Ward as a viable candidate I kind of hate to see it stop now. Perhaps she could even win!! It happened in Alaska (for all the wrong reasons). But it happened.
    As an aside: it is interesting to note that per above Ward did better on election day than in early voting!? Brings to mind “Vote Harvesting”.

  8. Doc says:

    Dr. Gosar should start campaigning NOW! mcFlake needs to be seeking gainful employment elsewhere…like, maybe a trash compactor in Apache County…

    As for Dr. Ward, anybody with a Conservative bone in their bodies needs to be her writing in…in my usual not very humble opinion. There’s a Special place in H-E-Double-Hockey-Stix, for people like mcFlake, mcTraitor, dingy harry, pelozer, mcBoehner, mcRyan, on&on&on…..