Pres. Trump: An unconventional man of the people

The actual outliers are Flake and McCain

Arizona’s U.S. Senate duo appear to be genetically predisposed to hurling abuse at President Donald Trump. In their latest gig, John McCain and Jeff Flake are expressing feigned “disappointment” and even “embarrassment” over Trump’s retaliatory tweets to TV co-hosts who relentlessly disparage him.

There‘s nothing wrong with defending one‘s self. It’s basic to survival. Parents teach that to their kids.

Trump’s Arizona antagonists are remarkable paragons of temperament and discipline. Lacking basic propriety, they both took the low road in publicly declaring they would not vote for Donald Trump after he won the Republican nomination. He wasn’t couth enough for them. In response to this grand scale defection, the limp-wristed AZ GOP went mute. 

Americans knew they were electing a New York style, aggressive entrepreneur not used to being constrained by the slick superficiality specialized in by career politicians. The fact that he’d never held political office offered its own brand of appeal. 

After eight years of Barack Obama’s unparalleled lies and visible contempt for the taxpaying citizens, unconventional Donald Trump offered a refreshing alternative. When he promised to “Make America Great Again” and “bring back American jobs” the words resonated with Americans weary of the indefensible status quo.

Donald Trump is his own man, not a malleable politician with his finger to the wind. By every measure, he is passionate leader who has shown that his campaign promises were not just words, but plans to be put into action. Since he assumed office Jan. 20, 2017, he has done just that. The large crowds Trump generates are a testament to his continued appeal.

Flake, a committed amnesty proponent, is running for reelection in 2018. Though he continually sends out email pleas for money to “fight the Democrats,” he is sitting atop a pile of dough. By citing “the Democrats” as his challenger, Flake ignores the fact that he has a primary challenger. It’s true Dr. Kelli Ward doesn’t have the lobbyists’ millions that have flowed easily to Flake in the symbiotic quid pro quo world of DC politics. Kelli Ward needs our help.  Flake responds to the lobbyists.  She will respond to us.

In a recent article by McCain’s assigned reporter Dan Nowicki — now doing double duty for Jeff Flake —  it’s all too clear he has a burden  trying to reconfigure arrogant libertarian-leaning, former lobbyist Flake into a Republican with broad-based appeal. Nowicki latches onto the “Democrats are coming!” routine, writing 15 paragraphs before acknowledging that Flake has a Primary challenger. Kelli Ward is not just a challenger, but a highly intelligent, conservative Republican. Wouldn’t that be a rare treat?

Polls show lagging support for Flake. Republican activists who supported GOP nominee Trump feel betrayed by those they worked to put into office aiding the campaign of Hillary Clinton. Hillary took full advantage of Flake’s words, putting him and other Republicrats in this campaign ad. McCain was MIA since in 2016, he was campaigning for a new 6-year-term at age 80.

AZ Republic shovels it for Flake. McCain is a good memory jogger. We also recommend So you think you know Jeff Flake? Think again. Read about his unsavory past ties as a registered foreign agent lobbying on behalf of a Iranian linked uranium mining operation.

AZ US Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward supports Pres. Trump

This is Dr. Kelli Ward. These are her principled positions. This is how to donate to her campaign,

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6 Responses to Pres. Trump: An unconventional man of the people

  1. Macbeth says:

    Trump IS unconventional, which is an upside and a downside, but I’d vote for him again in a heartbeat.

    As far as McCain and Flake go, I haven’t voted for McCain in years. The appropriately named Flake is worthy of nothing better. If they couldn’t support the Republican presidential nominee, they both should re-register as Democrats.

  2. PV PC says:

    Jeff Flake is an empty suit, which is the answer to a question once posed here regarding the often inappropriate grin that is perpetually slapped on his face. He launched his career by going after “earmarks” since that had a catchy sound to it and appeared to be a righteous pursuit. If he actually cared about reining in excessive government spending, he wouldn’t be supporting amnesty for illegals, who are more costly than any bridge to nowhere or federal study about the mating habits of worms.

  3. Saguaro Sam says:

    Flake’s twitter account overloaded with photos from various
    Fourth of July parades around Arizona.
    As usual, the focus is Not on the American flag or any veterans’ groups —-
    No, it’s all about Jeffy. And the people who are carrying political signs for Jeffy.

    Please be aware the our All American President is heading to Europe this week for the G-20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany.
    The police there have been battling rioters for days now and have uncovered caches of weapons there.
    The motto of these anarchists is ‘Welcome to Hamburg, Welcome to Hell’ Leading one to assume that Soros is behind it.

    On the opposite end of the spectrum, Poland is ready to welcome President Trump when he makes a stop there later this week.
    Poland is not only being threatened by Russia, but is being squeezed by the E.U. over refusing to allow hoards of young male Africans into their country.

    If you are so inclined, please say a prayer for the safety of our President; his family, and his entire team.
    Thanks.

    • Realist says:

      I appreciate the important updates you included in your comment. There’s so much bombarding us these days that it’s often difficult to keep up with it all while trying to keep up with work.

  4. Dennis O'Brien says:

    Donald Trump may not be the great communicator Pres. Reagan was, but he is not a deceitful wretch and America hater like his predecessor Barack Obama.

  5. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Arizona’s two senators have an F grade with Conservative Review.
    McCain’s #2 and Flake is #13 of the top 25 RINOs. Out of 100 senators and 435 representatives, it’s an awful record. They’re both proud that they’ve never supported Trump or as Flake says – he never will. In a state Trump won, these two can’t get away with their cavalier attitude toward the head of their party. Jeff Flake helped Obama with his toxic agenda but undermines Trump.

    Kelli Ward was on 960 The Patriot recently answering questions with ease – no sputtering or long pauses. We should give a new voice a chance. Right now we’re going nowhere with two dyed-in-the-wool D.C. swamp RINOs.

    https://www.conservativereview.com/top-25-rinos?utm_source=conservativereview-footnotesemail&utm_medium=footnotes-email&utm_campaign=footnotes&utm_content=cr-footnotes-May3017