AZ GOP chair Robert Graham maneuvers for top RNC post

Like his mentor John McCain, Robert Graham stumbles over who the Republican nominee actually is, saying “in charge of the transition for Obama…I mean…Mr. Trump.”  (video 1:17)

You’ll recall John McCain confused Mitt Romney with Barack Obama during his endorsement speech for Mitt Romney.

When Arizona’s U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake refused to support Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump against radical leftist Democrat Hillary Clinton in the national primary election, Robert Graham went mute. He didn’t open his mouth when longstanding elected Republican precinct committeemen were systematically purged from their ranks and replaced with McCain sycophants, whose sole purpose is to vote for the McRINO officer slates at key state and county meetings.

SRAZ has written numerous articles about Robert Graham and his establishment ties. Here are just a few:

Sept. 28, 2016:  AZ GOP chair Robert (Mc)Graham gets testy when truth hurts

May 24, 2016:  McCain quandary: Court Latino voters or support Trump?

Apr. 8, 2016:     AZGOP Chair Graham facing demand for resignation

Jan. 22, 2016:   2 anti-establishment censures at AZ GOP meeting: McCain & Graham

Jan.11, 2016:    Robert Graham attempts to protect low level McCain operatives

Oct. 14, 2016:   Donald Trump recipient of Robert Graham’s major reversal?

July 30, 2015:   AZ GOP Graham misleads, blames; ignites war with LaFaro

July 22, 2015:   AZ GOP’s Robert Graham’s spiteful retribution

Apr, 15, 2016:   AZ GOP chair Robert Graham’s trickery exposed

Apr. 5, 2015:    Need more proof of McCain chokehold on AZGOP?

Dec. 2, 2015:   McCain so reviled GOP campaigning against him

Jan. 24, 2015    Sens. McCain, Flake rate boo-vation at AZ GOP meeting


11 Responses to AZ GOP chair Robert Graham maneuvers for top RNC post

  1. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    I was thoroughly disgusted when this Graham cracker Republican state chairman didn’t call out McCain and Flake for their support of Democrat Hillary.
    I never heard that he reprimanded his hand picked presidential elector Jane Lynch for her public statement that she was not going to cast her own ballot for Donald Trump. If Graham took her to task, I missed it. If anyone has information to the contrary, please post it .

  2. Kimball says:

    If Robert Graham is considered a serious candidate for the Republican National Committee chairmanship, my former brother-in-law, a fast talking, glad handing used car salesman, could also run for that position. He was a Republican last I heard and actually bragged about voting for McCain. .It’s been a pleasure not having to look across the table at Thanksgiving and see that doofus.

  3. jojo says:

    Graham is nothing but a McCain sycophant. In southern AZ. we had really good candidates. Graham let ’em dangle out there with NO support. It all went to phone banks for McCain. FIRE HIM!

    • East Valley PC says:

      This new gig Graham’s angling for is the NATIONAL Republican chairmanship. How do you propose we “FIRE HIM” ? The McCainiacs kept him in place when he ran for a second term as state chairman. He was also given a leg up when Tom Morrissey withdrew and threw his support behind Graham. Graham’s tied at the hip to McCain and McFlake. They want him in place before Flake faces the voters in 2018. This is serious business with far reaching consequences.

  4. JCF says:

    To whom at the natl. level should these 11 postings be sent so they know Graham’s true colors and what AZ conservatives know about and think of him??
    Remember how surprised Pence was at the booing after announcing he had sent congrats to McCain on his primary win? National doesn’t know how detested McCain and his minions (incl. Flake) are in their own state!!


  5. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Now that the primary and national elections are over, I’m dropping the GOP and going back to Independent. These lowlife establishment Republicans make me sick. And as long as McCain is still breathing, he’ll run his little fiefdom which will play their games behind the scenes and keep the business-as-usual party going. It’s too bad Robert Graham can’t drain the AZ swamp. It appears he’s just one of the alligators.

  6. Realist says:

    Sigmund Freud said “there are no accidents.” For John McCain and Robert McGraham to both confuse Obama with a Republican tells me more than I really wanted to know, Pretty sobering stuff.

  7. john powelson says:

    It’s a tough fight but one which is necessary. Being an independent will not help us take the Republican Party away from the Democrats who have infiltrated we need all the help we can get. If those who are truly conservative will come back and help us clean house it might be done in time to save our Republic.

  8. Independent thinker says:

    I think Graham would be just what the RNC would want. Since the Repubs are more like the Democrats and Graham loyalty is questionable, he may just fit in.