U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, CD-9, has gone to great lengths to clean up her image. The foul-mouthed Democrat had a lot to bury before recrafting herself as a soft spoken, sympathetic and attractive candidate who won election despite her acknowledged atheism and bisexuality.
When sworn in, Sinema who attended BYU but ditched the LDS faith in which she was raised, emulated Keith Ellison, the first Muslim elected to the U.S. Congress. Ellison insisted on using the Koran for his oath. Sinema also refused to take her oath of office on the Bible, opting to place her hand on a copy of the Constitution. Conservative commentator Dennis Prager addresses the consequences of this hubris.
Sinema not only dropped her harsh demeanor, glasses and weight, she went to great lengths to conceal her closeness to Barack Obama and her previous Cinco de Mayo and May Day greetings in The People’s World Weekly Communist newspaper. She even developed an election-based affinity for our military, which she previously vilified. To no one’s surprise, the pro-amnesty for illegals Sinema was endorsed by the Arizona Republic newspaper.
Using caginess, in the swing district, Sinema a supporter of Obamacare, has learned to turn a phrase for optimum benefit:
“I used to say that I wanted universal health-care coverage in Arizona, which went over like a ton of bricks. Turns out, Arizonans hear the word ‘universal’ and think ‘socialism’— or ‘pinko commie.’ But when I say that I want all Arizonans to have access to affordable, quality health care, Arizonans agree wholeheartedly. Same basic idea, different language.”
As a member of the AZ legislature and an early supporter of same-sex marriage, she mockingly blasted women who devote themselves to their families rather than working outside the home. Her crude comment was: “These women who act like staying at home, leeching off their husbands or boyfriends and just cashing the checks is some sort of feminism because they’re choosing to live that life. That’s bulls**t. I mean, what the f**k are we really talking about here?” Following the spirit of unity Dems claim to embrace, Sinema derided conservatives as“Neanderthals.”
Read more about her in this Sept. 2012 SRAZ post, titled, Kyrsten Sinema: “Far-left radical AZ CD 9 Dem exposed.” Sinema is pictured with her far left gal pal, Janet Napolitano.
Now for the second time she’s had to unload a sizable campaign contribution from questionable sources, as reported in the local newspaper. The most recent was nearly $34,000 from Ed Buck, (born Buckmelter) the homosexual rights advocate who waged a recall war against Republican former Gov. Evan Mecham, initiated before he even assumed office. Buck was found with a dead, naked house guest who died of a methamphetamine overdose while watching male porn on a mattress on Buck’s living room floor, casting a taint on his contribution.
In April, Sinema had to ditch the $53,400 she received from those with ties to Backpage.com, a website that authorities say knowingly accepted ads offering sex with underage girls.
Sinema’s appeal to perverts should raise the antenna of every rational voter in the state. Sinema is now running for the AZ U.S. Senate post soon to be vacant through the forced retirement of Jeff Flake, whose 18% approval rating convinced Flake he was unelectable in Arizona. Flake remains arrogant enough to talk about considering a presidential bid to unseat President Donald Trump in 2020.