As AZ Senate candidate Martha McSally cowers under a cloud of investigations for campaign violations, she has veered into deflection mode reverting to coarse talk. This is her modus operandi. She used shock talk when she launched her campaign telling the GOP to “grow a pair of ovaries.”
Her latest missive sent out via email is first and foremost a solicitation for funds. In it, she magically bypasses the Aug. 28th Primary Election and declares that she needs to be competitive with Democrat Kyrsten Sinema.
Like her mentor John McCain, she unctuously calls us, “friend,” although we’ve never met.
Then she goes for the crude, saying “I don’t have time for BS.” She’s not referring to Barbra Streisand. If fact, McSally serves up steaming piles of BS as she attempts to BS us into opening our wallets and checkbooks.
A former military pilot, she states, “In war zones, there is no time for posturing, score settling, or showmanship. I have never had time for BS when it comes to serving our country, and that remains true for my “deployment” to D.C.” She also used the BS terminology in her campaign launch.
Her self-aggrandizing hoopla and raw language doesn’t take her far. McSally — often referred to as “Sally McCain” — receives dismally low scores from conservative organizations monitoring congressional votes.
Conservative Review gives McSally a 38% “F” rating. Scroll the site for information on specific votes.
Heritage Action for America rates McSally with a lifetime score of 48% and current score of 52%. Following the scorecard are thumbs up or down indicating the Heritage Action position alongside the position of the member of congress. Check out the entire AZ delegation.
Freedom Works scorecard shows key votes followed by descriptions of the legislation. McSally scores a bottom-dragging 39.
Seeing Red AZ enthusiastically supports conservative Dr. Kelli Ward for U.S. Senate. Your donations will help her stay competitive against the out-of-state and lobbyist money funding her Primary Election opponent McSally and General Election opponent, radical Leftist Kyrsten Sinema.