Flaky Flake vows to block Trump’s judicial nominees

When it come to disasters facing the United States, we have a tough choice between the thousands of illegal aliens storming our southern border or lame-duck Arizona Senator Jeff Flake. 

Republicrat Flake who was realistically unable to run for reelection due to bottom-dragging 18% approval ratings in his home state, so despises President Trump that even as his days in the U.S. Senate are numbered, he is working with Democrats to undermine the president.

 A member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Flake has vowed to block Trump’s federal judicial nominees in order to assure the continuation of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian collusion into the 2016 presidential election — that after two years has not produced a scintilla of evidence against President Trump, his family or associates. The skullduggery was orchestrated and funded by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, in association with other unsavory characters. The ‘report’ which came to be known by the intrigued-laced term, “the dossier,” was personally carried to then-FBI Director James Comey by none other than John McCain, a Hillary Clinton supporter. McCain previously referred to Clinton as a “rock starhe could support for president — which he, Flake and their families, no doubt did.

In this video statement from the senate chamber, Flake pompously announced, “I have informed the majority leader I will not vote to advance any of the 21 judicial nominees pending in the Judiciary Committee or vote to confirm the 32 judges awaiting confirmation on the Senate floor until S. 2644 is brought to the full Senate for a vote.”

As Flake showboats in deviation from the GOP majority, the bill is supported by unified Democrats. President Trump, who has repeatedly dismissed the Mueller probe as a “witch hunt,” has steadfastly denied that any collusion with Russia occurred.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other top Republicans oppose the Flake/Coons bill. “I don’t think any legislation is necessary,” said McConnell, who on Wednesday won his effort to remain Senate Republican leader next year.

“We know how the president feels about the investigation, but he’s never said he wants to shut it down,” McConnell stated.

Like his mentor John McCain, who made a career of colluding with Democrats, Flake has partnered on this nefarious scheme with his Frick and Frack buddy, Delaware Democrat Sen. Chris Coons.

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12 Responses to Flaky Flake vows to block Trump’s judicial nominees

  1. Mike says:

    Sinema may have won, but we can console ourselves that in light of the turd she is replacing, it probably won’t be that much of a disaster, relatively speaking. We’re not flipping from Red to Blue, we’re only flipping from medium blue to darker blue.

  2. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    Grandstander RINO Jeff Flake has been replaced by Kyrsten Sinema, a former Green Party candidate-turned Democrat who ran as “independent minded,” in an effort to deceive the voters. It worked. Her coarse language was replaced by soft, measured tones. Her entire outward appearance was dramatically altered. That also worked.

    When videos surfaced of her calling Arizona” the meth lab of democracy” and referring to Arizonans as “crazies,” no one appeared to be paying attention. Now the campaign mask is off and she’ll emerge as Chuck Schumer’s best asset. Sinema couldn’t be a better replacement for Jeff the Flake who will do anything to undermine Pres. Trump. The problem is Arizona and the entire country, will suffer for voter inattention and the effectiveness of a slick ad campaign. My wife says voters have the attention span of a gnat. She gets no argument from me.

    • PC and State Committeeman says:

      Az Con Guy, Right on!! Couldn’t uv said it better. And as Mike said above we are just a deeper shade of blue and will be ineffective in supporting POTUS in 2020 with a weak willed Congressional Delegation that has not addressed the rampant fraud, nor the awful candidates we had that could not win even without the fraud. Woe is us and still the GOPe does nothing. Stop the planet I wanna get off! if only we had a place to go,

  3. Michael Schmitz says:

    Sen Flake’s sincerity in forwarding a conservative cause by reshaping the judiciary is again shown to be total poppycock. It’s all about widdle Jeffwee and his widdle butthurt.

    Sen Flake is truly a despicable representative of the people backstabbing them by not doing what he promised to do.

    I hope widdle Jeffwee soon joins super RINO Grant Wood and moves to the other side of the aisle.

    • Doc says:

      …jeeezzz..You’re WAY More generous than I. I personally would prefer that mcflake join his R.I.N.O. mcmentor down by the river STYX…the amount of oxygen saved by this ONE Airheaded Blow-Hard would be almost limitless!

  4. East Valley Conservative says:

    Both Flake and Sinema are grads of BYU. It must be something in the Utah water.

    Utah is now a sanctuary state, providing a haven for Flake’s beloved illegals. Lets not forget he partnered with McCain (as did Kyl, who Flake replaced in the senate) on the fatally flawed “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” bills, which thankfully failed each time they were introduced. McCain was so committed to flooding the USA with illegal aliens that he first partnered with Ted “Chappaquiddick” Kennedy on that garbage legislation. Kennedy was just one in a long string of Democrats that McCain colluded with. Flake learned that trickery from McCain. He is now partnering with a Democrat named Chris Coons as he tries to hold judges hostage, while aiding the Dems efforts against Pres. Trump.

    How much worse can Sinema be?

  5. Saguaro Sam says:

    This is What Flake and McCain Brought us:

    At approximately 8:30 p.m. Monday night, a group of 55 Central Americans waded across the river near County 9th Street and surrendered to agents after walking around vehicle barriers. The area lacks infrastructure that would deter pedestrian entries.
    Year to date apprehensions in Yuma Sector are up over 150% compared to this date in Fiscal Year 2018.

    —————in spite of the above:

    PHX,
    When it is dark enough, you can see the stars.
    —————-Ralph Waldo Emerson

    VIPs making special appearance tonight.

    Godspeed.

  6. Maggie says:

    I believe that this reprehensible action is just more of Jeff Flake auditioning for a gig on one of the leftwing networks.

    He’s pathetic.

  7. Saguaro Sam says:

    More on Flake, from last evening.

    At the podium, in a tux:

    https://www.dailycaller.com/2018/11/14/flake-cnn-acosta-trump/

  8. Saguaro Sam says:

    President Trump has nominated this man to be the IG at DHS

    Joseph V. Cuffari of Arizona

    Dr. Cuffari is currently the policy advisor for Military and Veterans Affairs for Governor Doug Ducey of Arizona, and previously for Governor Jan Brewer. He served more than 40 years in the United States Air Force, on active duty in the Reserves, and in the Arizona Air National Guard. He began his military service after graduating from high school and enlisting in the United States Air Force in 1977. He served in a variety of leadership positions with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) as well as with the Department of Defense Office of the Inspector General (OIG). He was a Commander with the AFOSI at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida; England Air Force Base, Louisiana; and Naples, Italy, with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. In 1989, he received the AFOSI Outstanding Officer of the Year Award. He also served for more than 20 years in the Department of Justice (DOJ) in a multitude of roles dating back to 1993. In 2013, he retired from his position as Assistant Special Agent in Charge for the Office of the Inspector General in Tucson, Arizona.

  9. jake sez says:

    Leave it to Flake to grand stand and refuse to vote for new judges to show his power. One thing you forgot, Jeffie. Congress is going into a recess and won’t be doing anything significant until next year when you will be gone.

    Without McCain to do your thinking, you are kind of lost in the wilderness.