AZ Republic sniffs for scent of blood to do in Trump

Failing newspaper aided in its quest to take down Pres. Trump by AZ Republicrat Sens. McCain and Flake and gutless AZ GOP

The editorial in Wednesday’s edition of the Arizona Republic emblazons the headline, “Our View: Trump is unbalanced. What are Republicans going to do about it?”

Let’s begin with the fact that this is the same liberal newspaper, bogusly referring to itself as “conservative,”  that endorsed scandal-plagued Hillary Clinton prior to the Nov. 8, 2016 presidential election. No one was fooled then, nor are they now as they read this claiming to be definitive, tripe. It is the expected spew from what is known alternatively to its dwindling readership as the Repugnant, or the Daily Regurgitation, for its deceptive or repetitive articles which often appear in the same edition.

Among the adjectives editorially used to describe the President of the United States are: “Destabilizing, reckless, erratic, incapable and imperfect.” President Trump is portrayed as “a  cannon loose in the White House…gashing the timber.” Rather poetic for these leftist ranters who despise not only Trump, but those of us who put him in office.

Though working from their anti-Republican script, the editorial board feigns concern for the future of the Republican Party. In truth they’d be ecstatic if the party of Lincoln vanished. Amusingly, the newspaper also carries a  headlined report, “Sens. John McCain, Jeff Flake say Donald Trump woes a drag on GOP agenda” The truth is the actual drag are Republicrats John McCain and Jeff Flake, who both refused to vote for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Flake was quoted saying,Trump can’t win and shouldn’t win.”

Arizona Republican Party leadership shamefully went mute, doing nothing to rein in “maverick” McCain and his underling, Jeff Flake for their political heresy.

Returning to the anti-Trump editorial, the editorial board goes on to ask, “Did the president obstruct justice? Did he commit a crime?” They admit, “We don’t know the answers, but the allegations are powerful and credible.”

Allegations are just that. Allegations. Powerful and credible requires proof of wrongdoing. There is none. As if they care, the editorial goes on: to express concern that Trump would take the Republican Party down with him. They write “Trump’s conduct has brought a torrent of accusations that in themselves and their unrelenting fierceness can be destabilizing.”

So according to the Hillary-endorsing newspaper, “fierce accusations” should cause President Trump to vacate the Oval Office. Using that logic, why didn’t bolting the party orthodoxy to vote for Hillary Clinton provoke an editorial urging McCain and Flake to step down from the U.S. Senate? Where was the voice of then-state GOP Chairman Robert Graham? Current Chairman Jonathan Lines has not uttered a word of reproach.

Hypocrites abound — within the Arizona Republican Party hierarchy as well as at the Arizona Republic.


10 Responses to AZ Republic sniffs for scent of blood to do in Trump

  1. State Delegate says:

    Buying the Arizona Repulsive is a complete waste of money and serves only to raise the blood pressure of thinking Arizonans.

    Voting for McCain or Flake, who is running for reelection next year, is beyond foolish, unless your purpose is to vote for liberals. These two creeps have made undermining the Trump presidency a full time endeavor. They both ought to reregister as the Democrats they are. At t least they’d be doing something honest for once.

    Donald Trump won and the left is reeling in the wake of that victory, since none of them believed it would happen. Now their mission is to take him down.

  2. William Heuisler says:

    Many of SRAZ have read this information ad nauseum, but you all will please take note that there will be no denials, protests or libel suits from either the Arizona Republic or from any of the named criminals or their estates or their families. Just pass the word.

    To my direct knowledge The Arizona Republic Newspaper has been hiring murderers and frauds (who themselves have been covering up for murderers and frauds) ever since Governor Raul Castro allowed Attorney General Bruce Babbitt to cancel the Don Bolles murder Grand Jury aimed at Kemper Marley and duly empaneled by Maricopa County Attorney, Donald Harris.

    The Republic covered up for the murderer of their own reporter!

    In 1976 the Arizona Republic covered for the car-bomb murder of their reporter, Don Bolles who was blown up by John Adamson – who was named in Don Bolles’ dying declaration and who confessed in a courtroom to having been paid $50,000 by influential Scottsdale Billionaire Kemper Marley – to silence Bolles before the Republic reporter could write more articles about Marley’s long-time Mafia ties and race track, wire-service (Emprise) ownership.

    Frauds and murderers? For decades AZ Republic Publisher, Darrow “Duke” Tully was a “Stolen Valor” fraud who pretended for years to be an Air Force Colonel and an “Ace” fighter pilot. Tully was aided, and covered for by Pat Murphy, AZ Republic Editorial Page Editor.
    That same Pat Murphy murdered an elderly Phoenix woman named Viola Faber in a drunken mid-day Hit and Run in a Flower Street intersection pedestrian crosswalk in Phoenix, Arizona. Murphy stopped briefly, spoke with a passenger in his car (another AZ Republic employee) and sped away from Faber’s bloody body.

    The AZ Republic suborned witnesses, threatened politicians and Police Chiefs as I tried to expose Pat Murphy for the Hit and Run. He libeled me in the AZ Republic for years. My libel suit against Murphy and the AZ Republic (Heuisler vs. Phoenix Newspapers) was only a modified success because Judge Cecil Patterson declared me a “Public Figure”. Judge Patterson ruled I did not show “Actual Malice” on Murphy’s part – mind reading his intent. But Judge Cecil Patterson also refused to allow me to introduce my H&R investigation into Viola Faber’s death to prove Pat Murphy’s actual malice.

    AZ Republic Editor Pat Murphy is now retired. The docile Phoenix Police Department has the killer of Viola Faber listed as “unknown”.
    Democrat Judge Cecil Patterson became a Republican while helping in a John McCain reelection campaign and was then duly appointed to the Federal Appellate Bench.

    The AZ Republic has been at the black heart of more scandals, frauds, intimidations and killings than almost any city newspaper in our nation. Look all these names up and note the coverage … or the appalling lack of coverage. Or, look up my Roman a Clef, “Casual Executions: assassination in Arizona” (Amazon) that features a light-hearted, but grisly, romp through the AZ Republic’s trash heap.

    And please look in vain for any denials or law suits from these frauds and murderers or from their eternally disgraced newspaper.

  3. Matt DeGennaro says:

    I have no respect for anyone claiming to be a Republican who votes for either Señor Juan McAmnesty. or Jeff the flaky fake. They both do more to advance the Democrat Party than most Democrats do.

    • John Keir says:

      Alabama asks our friends in Arizona to recall songbird McCain and get him out of the way so the restoration of the Republic may continue unimpeded. South Carolina may want to recall the ladyboy Lindsey Graham as well. If two were recalled the rest of the RINOs would straighten up.

  4. Saguaro Sam says:


    A troublemaker at the New York Times wrote a column Three Days ago outlining how to get rid of Trump by using the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Now, who might have been the ghostwriters or the info droppers for that hit piece?
    I doubt that anyone at the NYT is a US Constitutional scholar.

    So the Rag must be so destitute that it is now relying on the pony express to get their talking points.

    Meanwhile, in New York city this morning, a drunk driver drove onto a sidewalk in Times Square and plowed into a large group of people, many who were waiting in line at a kiosk for show tickets.

    The police commish and the Commie mayor wants the world to know that this guy, Mr. Rojas, IS an American citizen who served in the US Navy and that he has a criminal record which includes DWI.

    Take a look at the 5 photos that were taken during the incident.
    See Mr. Rojas running, jumping, arms extended, with a demonic snarl on his face—-and tell me that he is drunk.

    Be careful out there.

    • CD 8 PC says:

      Morons at the Rag? To my way of thinking, they are on a skilled, unified mission intended to promulgate their leftist ideals and remove Donald Trump as unfit to hold the office of the presidency to which he was duly elected.

      As to the Times Square driver: This carnage looks very similar to others that have taken pace in Europe. It was first reported this morning as a possible terrorist attack and then slickly changed to a robber being chased by police, who inadvertently careened into this crowd of pedestrians. Now he’s a drunk driver. My skeptical antenna are rising, especially after radical leftist Mayor Bill DeBlasio (real name Warren Wilhelm Jr.) arrived on the scene to make sure the word “terrorist” wasn’t used. DeBlasio is New York’s own version of Barack Obama.

  5. Frankly Speaking says:

    Republicans in the state of Arizona have no leadership. The syndicate running the state party have but one concern and that is keeping the despicable Jeff Flake in office. As with McCain, I will not raise a finger to help re-elect this arrogant liberal.

    Please join me in supporting Dr. Kelli Ward, who is an actual conservative, and unlike Flake, she’s intelligent. She’s a physician and former two term state senator.

  6. Saguaro Sam says:

    The word ‘moron’ was coined by psychologist Henry Goddard (1866-1957) during a time when he was obsessed with conducting intelligence testing (around 1912). It is derived from the ancient Greek word “moros”, which means dull and foolish.
    It wasn’t initially used as a way to insult people, but rather to describe intelligence or lack thereof.

    By the way, if you didn’t hear Rush today when he explained his longtime friendship and working relationship with Roger Ailes—it was fascinating to hear about the man behind the curtain.
    You can find the transcript on

    Here’s Roger Ailes, in 2009 at an event held in his honor, describing the difference between Repubs and Dems :

    “There’s a story about a guy who was in a balloon, one of those air balloons, a hot air balloon. He was lost and he lowered the altitude, spotted a man down below and descended a bit more and then called out to him. He said, “Excuse me, can you help me? I promised a friend I’d meet him an hour ago and I don’t know where I am.” The man on the ground consulted his GPS and replied, “You’re in a hot air balloon approximately 30 feet above ground elevation at 2346 feet above sea level. You are 31 degrees, 14 minutes north latitude; 100 degrees, 49 minutes west longitude.” And the guy in the balloon said, “You must be a Republican.” And he said, “I am. How did you know that?”
    He said, “Well, everything you told me is technically correct but I have no idea what to make of your information. The fact is I’m still lost — and, frankly, you haven’t been very much help so far.” The other guy said, “You must be a Democrat.” He said, “I am. How did you know that?” He said, “Well, you don’t know where you’re going or where you’ve been. You’ve risen to where you are on hot air. You made a promise which you have no idea how to keep. You expect me to solve your problem. The fact is you’re in the same place you were before we met and now it’s my fault!”

    • Kent says:

      Terrific story about the Democrat in the hot air balloon! Makes plenty of sense. Thanks!

  7. Jasper says:

    I read a lead in to this article in AFA this morning, linked back to this page. It’s a really great article that gets to the heart of the matter of republican politics in Arizona and frankly, other states where they have their own version of John McCain. Until McCain & his co-corrupters get voted out permanently, we don’t have a republican party, it’s just another branch of the democrat party. All of us true republicans, Lincoln republicans, need to get organized to make that happen. But we probably won’t and McFlake will live to destroy another day. As to the Repulsive, never read it but my cat loves to have it in her sandbox. Poop on poop!