Martha McSally suddenly disdains “creepy old men”

…gave McCain a pass

Although former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore strongly denied allegations of inappropriate conduct with young women over 40 years earlier, his 2017 U.S. Senate aspirations crashed and burned.

That was the point. Accusations are all it takes in the wake of the #MeToo era.

Nine women suddenly emerged after Moore, the Republican nominee in the special election was making a strong showing. Moore had repeatedly been elected to Alabama’s high court without any attempt to smear his reputation, but that was a statewide judicial office. The U.S. Senate race had far-reaching consequences, with the potential to upset the balance of power in D.C., making it worthy of pulling out all stops to curtail his campaign.

The oddity came as calls for Moore to suspend his race was led by Democrats and their establishment Republicrat cohorts, in a bizarre display of bipartisan vigor. Imagine Democrats going after one of their own, and recruiting GOP colleagues’ assistance even if they found evidence he was a modern day Jack the Ripper?

AZ Sen. Martha McSally, a nominal Republican, is so agitated by Judge Moore’s recent U.S. Senate campaign she is quoted as saying,

“Give me a break. This place (DC) has enough creepy old men.”

Those were words she never uttered when the Arizona delegation included the foul-mouthed and crude John McCain, who used vulgar language to disparage his own wife and the mother of his children in front of staffers.

 

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7 Responses to Martha McSally suddenly disdains “creepy old men”

  1. Saguaro Sam says:

    Perhaps men, in general. . . . . That annulment, you recall.
    Here in AZ, but not in Pima.

    Meanwhile, news from the 9th Circuit this week:

    https://www.lifenews.com/2019/06/20/court-rules-president-trump-can-defund-planned-parenthood-will-cut-almost-60-million-in-taxpayer-funding

    Court Rules President Trump Can Defund Planned Parenthood, Will Cut Almost $60 Million in Taxpayer Funding

    A federal appeals court ruled President Donald Trump can partially defund planned Parenthood while the abortion business’ lawsuit against his administration’s new rules moves forward.

    Further North:
    Several attendees at a government meeting open to the public in Alaska walked out in protest after an opening prayer praised Satan.

    The controversial prayer Tuesday night started the meeting of the Kenai Peninsula Borough and prompted several attendees to exit.
    ————————–

    For our wrestling is not against flesh and blood; but against principalities and power, against the rulers of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high places.
    Ephesians 6:12

    The War rages on.

  2. Kathy says:

    Why isn’t she demanding the release of all the names in Congress who have paid off sexual harassment claims? You know the
    $ 11 million we the tax payers have paid for. Where is her outrage about that??

    • State Delegate says:

      Excellent point, Kathy.

      McMcSally is in the race of her life, campaigning to hold on to the seat she was appointed to after loosing the one she originally ran for to radial leftist Sinema. Now, when she should be focused like a laser on retaining the seat and keeping Obama cohort Mark Kelly (Giffords) out, she’s intruding on the senate race in Alabama.
      This women has got her head up her derriere.

      • Doc says:

        She is NOT going to get up off her ASS (referring to the dead senator, AND her backside) A bottle of Maker’s Mark says that she’s gonna’ throw the election, & power to the Hypocrite, Mark mcGiffords/Kelly. And although we’ll never be able to prove it, that decision was probably ordered from gov. mcDooschy before he signed off on ASS’s replacement being sally mcSkidmark.

  3. Matt DeGennaro says:

    There will be no more resuscitating appointments for disappointing McSally.

    She rushed to attack President Trump blaming him for the USS McCain not being in full view during his trip to Japan, but eagerly stands beside the president when she thinks it benefits her. Arizona was (mis)represented by RINOcrats McCain, Kyl and Flake for decades. Isn’t there someone more dependable than this pretender?

  4. LD 23 PC says:

    Why does Martha McSally care about Alabama when she’s got a race to run in Arizona? She looks like she wants to lose. The McCain point was well made in this post. He was a lowlife, mysteriously given exalted status in death. McCain was a very flawed individual, but McSally kneels in supplication to him. Why?

  5. Patriot Mom says:

    It wasn’t that long ago Brett Kavanaugh was put through this same “rape recollection” from the left on his way to the US Supreme Court. They were willing to do anything to stop Pres. Trump from making another appointment to the court. This is the new reality for accomplished, conservative men these days. I fear for the next generation of young men who don’t march in lockstep with the radicals.