Daniel McCarthy’s border crisis wizardry: “Annex Mexico!”

Let’s cut to the chase. No one has accused U.S. Senate wannabe Daniel McCarthy of being an intellect. The brash and inexperienced 34-year-old with nothing to recommend him has little outside of an inflated ego and a load of ready cash from a makeup eraser product his wife invented — but he has decided to take on incumbent Republican Arizona Senator Martha McSallyParamount in his game plan is annexing Mexico, the world’s 10th most populated country with an estimated population of 126 million mostly impoverished people and a corrupt government that colludes with drug cartels.

His plan is pure genius...if you have no sense of reason.

Yet McCarthy’s entrance into the race still ensures forcing McSally to deplete resources waging a Primary campaign. 

She is being challenged in the General by leftist Mark Kelly, the husband of former AZ U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords.  According to Federal Election Commission data, Kelly is significantly surpassing the fundraising all national senate candidates of both parties. He is aided by Socialist multi-billionaire George Soros, who despises the idea of national borders.

McCarthy, who claims to be a conservative, seems to have missed some pertinent facts:

President Trump has wholeheartedly endorsed Sen. Martha McSally.

A border wall is paramount to national security as hundreds of thousands of Central Americans, aided and abetted by Mexico, have invaded the United States. For decades prior to this aggressive and costly onslaught, the masses were Mexican nationals. Taxpayers are on the hook for providing them myriad benefits including, but not limited to, medical care, educating their kids, providing food through the SNAP program (formerly known as food stamps), and shouldering the costs the criminals among them inflict on society and our criminal justice system.

Daniel McCarthy’s solution to this massive problem is to annex Mexico!

 “There is a process to become states for the United States,” McCarthy said Tuesday morning on an Arizona radio station. “Clearly 30 million Mexican illegal immigrants want to be United States citizens, probably half the country wants to be United States citizens.”

McCarthy’s brainstorm is to put Article IV, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution to work. It notes that “new states may be admitted by the Congress into this union.”

“I want to speak above the Mexican government. Okay? When you’re talking to the Mexican citizens, ‘Rise up in your communities and petition to become states for the United States.’ That’s how that process works,” he said, adding, “by the way, it’s not that challenging.”

Asked about these earlier comments when appearing on a Channel 3 newscast Friday night, he attempted to walk this absurdity back saying he was joking.

The joke is Daniel McCarthy.

Check out SRAZ’s previous posts on McCarthy:

Sept. 13, 2019: Daniel McCarthy: Exodus’ golden calf revisited

Aug. 30, 2018:  Daniel McCarthy’s challenge to Sen. McSally fulfills Kelly’s dream

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17 Responses to Daniel McCarthy’s border crisis wizardry: “Annex Mexico!”

  1. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    Wasn’t there once a ventriloquist’s dummy named (Charlie) McCarthy? I wonder who is pulling the stings on this puppet?

  2. State Delegate says:

    I originally thought McCarty was a Democrat plant, but this proves otherwise. Even the dunderheads in the Dem party wouldn’t be this outrageously stupid.

  3. Saguaro Sam says:

    It seems like Mexico is Already annexed to US.

    Or, more like a parasite that has attached itself to an immune-deficient host (body).

    What else can we possibly give away?
    The (d)emonic candidates want to do away with cars, roads, airplanes, cows (because cow flatus causes global warming—see AOC’s This Week in Science show), guns, healthcare, and now COWS again because Mr. Yang thinks we are too well fed.

    They want to be RID of YOU, by way of regulations and laws, and now confiscations. Welcome to the gulag.

    In contrast, just a few days ago, President Trump visited the area of Otay Mesa near the border crossing at Tijuana.

    Below is a link to the video of his visit.
    He’s talking to reporters and explaining it like the builder he is.

    Steel, shaped like a series of tubes, which is then filled with concrete.
    Much detail in this video.

    Oh, does he say that it is all Wired for Sound?
    There’s more to that detail than you know.

    Link:

    Did you miss the news that Congress allowed themselves to be lectured by a female Swedish teenager regarding climate change?
    The stone-faced girl in pigtails came to the US on a sailing yacht.
    She told members of Congress that the US needed to do something NOW!

    No word on when she’s headed to China—-by far the biggest polluter and human rights abuser in the world.

  4. jojo says:

    McSally lost us 2 seats last election and will lose another one this election. Trump was asked to endorse McSally-McCain so no one else would get in the race It was a half hearted no enthusiasm statement that PDJT made. McSally-McCain is a loser and the sooner Seeing Red gets it the better.

    • MAGA Hat Man says:

      You are the epitome of a political Kool Aid drinker. President Trump’s endorsement of Sen. Martha McSally was anything but half hearted. You are following an ignorant fraud and trying to convince yourself you’ve made a wise decision.

      In case you missed his numerous funerals due to you head being up your ass, John McCain is dead. Martha McSally is the incumbent US Senator. You are following am ersatz nobody down a rat hole and will be as responsible as he is when Arizona has two Dem US Senators.
      In childish fashion, your comments are nursery rhyme-like re-recordings of “McSally lost 2 seats for us last election and is well on her way to losing a 3rd.”

      I’m making a wild assumption based on the fact that you read this rational political blog, but I’m guessing you’re an adult. Why then do you use a puerile nom de plume like jojo?

    • Clementine says:

      I take it you’re OK with annexing Mexico?

    • Trevor says:

      She didn’t lose two seats. Get the facts straight, it was one seat.

  5. Realist says:

    Unknown, untested Daniel McCarthy gives lip service to supporting President Trump, but his arrogant actions in mounting this challenge to incumbent Republican Sen. Martha McSally belie his words. This con job is so blatant as to be insulting to anyone paying attention. President Trump has endorsed her.

  6. Braveheart says:

    Matthew 7:15 clearly warns: “Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.”

  7. Patriot Mom says:

    My sincere wish for Daniel McCarthy is that he smartens up before he squanders a ton of money on this destructive venture. It would provide him an opportunity to teach his children a more valuable lesson than what they’re learning from their ego-driven dad now.
    He might begin by saying, “I made a mistake. I actually do support our president, so I’m getting out of this race.”

    • Seen It All says:

      You’re giving McCarthy far too much credit. His ego disallows such a rational confession. Now he has a contingent of mindless followers who are willing to lose Arizona’s last GOP senate seat as they appallingly follow this no-nothing.

      One of McCarthy’s enthusiasts is the same genius who was convinced a shirttail relative of Barry Goldwater could win as governor in 2006 because he had the same last name, though no credentials. The candidate wasn’t even able qualify for the so-called “Clean Elections” matching funds in time to wage a campaign and Arizona ended up with radical leftist Janet Napolitano as governor. She opposed border security and earned the nickname “J-NO” for vetoing countless bills that passed the GOP controlled House and Senate and were sent to her desk for signing. Napolitano left AZ during her second term to become Barack Obama’s ineffectual Secretary of Homeland Security. As governor, her stock answer to Arizona’s mounting border crisis was, “You show me a 50-foot wall, I’ll show you a 51-foot ladder.”

      Now political novice McCarthy, who dutifully masquerades as a conservative, moronically blusters he wants to “annex Mexico.”

      Those pushing Daniel McCarthy have dangerously short memories.

      • CD 8 PC says:

        I assume you have a reason for not naming the “genius” behind Don Goldwater’s failed candidacy. But since he’s repeating the same debacle, I’d like to know why you’re providing him cover? I thought he’d left the state, but apparently he’s baaaack, with another losing scheme up his ample sleeve. This man is dangerous. He wants to be the big Kahuna behind the small political potato because he is revoltingly unpalatable and knows it.

      • East Valley Conservative says:

        I’ve heard the same person you’re obliquely describing mentioned as Daniel McCarthy’s puppet master and string puller. He has no source of income other than we the taxpayers, and is well aware McCarthy has money, since he’s not shy about telling everyone. The puppeteer no doubt hopes to cash in. I’m not naming the puppeteer for two reasons. I don’t want to credit someone who is intent on Arizona losing the last Republican senate seat we hold simply to give himself an ego boost. Also, I haven’t had his name verified by more than a couple of sources, which is not good enough to expose him.

        The Federal Election Commission shows that McCarthy has opened an arrogantly named campaign committee “Demand Daniel” but oddly lists no campaign chairman, treasurer or incoming donations or startup funding.
        https://www.fec.gov/data/candidate/S0AZ00376/

  8. jake sez says:

    I am disappointed that such vitriol has come from you people. When the conservatives run a candidate the establishment will put out all kinds of rumors and false statements and then run so called conservatives to split out vote. When the establishment runs a candidate any one who opposes that person is labeled as a party destroyer.

    If you really took McCarthy’s statement to annex Mexico as real then it is no wonder we keep losing elections. It was obvious from the first that it was sarcasm. It seems most of you will believe anything that supports what you want to believe. Must be the democrat blood running in your veins. You can’t drag a dead horse (McSally) across the finish line no matter how much you want to please the McCain cabal. She was a McCainite from the start. Anti-Trump and open borders from her early days. Only changed when she ran for U.S. Senator.

    McCarthy would eat both McSally and Kelly for lunch in a real debate. That’s why we will probably never see such a debate. It is a set-up from the start. If the establishment can’t win with McSally then they don’t want to win. That way they will have another chance at the seat in six years. They play the long game not like many of you.

    • East Valley Conservative says:

      How can you claim McCarthy was being sarcastic? He took the time to research and refer to a specific portion of the U.S. Constitution which he cited as evidence backing up his idiotic annexation scheme. It was only after blow back ensued that he said he was “joking.”

      Your entire premise regarding the “establishment” being willing to give up a much needed senate seat that we now hold, is preposterous. The senate confirms Supreme Court and Federal judges, seats that are being filled by Pres. Trump.

      As to McCarthy having anyone for lunch, what background and experience does this 34-year-old high school graduate have brings you to that conclusion?

      McCain is six feet under, President Trump has endorsed Martha McSally. Doesn’t that resonate with you? Trump isn’t the “establishment.” He ran against it and won in a landslide victory.

      Daniel McCarthy guarantees a Mark “Mr. Gabby Giffords” Kelly victory.

    • MAGA Hat Man says:

      President Trump has stated that Martha McSally “has my Complete and Total Endorsement!” Isn’t that good enough for you…or is the Kool Aid too tasty?

  9. Trevor says:

    I met the guy a few days ago, nice enough but he did come across as cocky and overconfident. No way he will win. He thinks this race will be “easy.”