Another deceptive ad uses Arizona Republic columnists to substantiate lies
The campaign ad was one of several playing during a commercial break in prime time network programming. But this one, paid for by the DSCC, was new and attention-getting since it opens with “What Arizonans are saying” about GOP senatorial candidate Martha McSally.
A fleeting screenshot shows the headline of the Arizona Republic, the state’s reliably left-wing disseminator of skewed news.
And who’s making negative statements about Congresswoman Martha McSally? None other than those who are on the payroll of the liberal Kyrsten Sinema supporting newspaper. Laurie Roberts and E.J. Montini are not objective folks with solid evidence to support their conclusions. They are hurdy-gurdy columnists paid to sing the liberal party line in unison.
Guy Benson, writing for Townhall, exposed Sinema back in 2012, in a post titled, “Moderate” Arizona Democrat Has Deep Ties to Left-Wing Radicals, Obama White House.”
In the intervening years, she’s only become more deceptive and adept at lying.
Remember that abandoned service station without running water or electricity she said she lived in for several years as an impoverished child? It turns out even that’s a lie.
Thomas Lifson at American Thinker shines the harsh light of day on Kyrsten Sinema’s false claims, repudiating them with facts including utility bills submitted to the judge by her stepfather when he and Sinema’s mother were divorcing. These facts are substantiated by the New York Times, which provides a photo of the gas station that was actually owned by her step-father‘s parents who lived in a nearby Florida farmhouse.
Joseph Goebbels, Adolph Hitler’s Nazi propaganda minister was known for his big lie strategy which stressed that a lie must be repeated often and with conviction, until it is accepted as truth.
Sinema must be a WWII history buff.