Democrat Kelly’s recently revealed nefarious connections make him an unacceptable senate candidate
Mark Kelly, a candidate for U.S. Senate from Arizona has been exposed as far more sinister than we already knew. His anti-Second Amendment stance is notorious, though he hypocritically exempts himself. As he campaigns, he’s taken a page from Kyrsten Sinema’s deceptive playbook, never mentioning his political party, and portraying himself as just wanting to get things done for Arizonans regardless of their affiliation. Don’t believe it.
Kelly has hidden his connection to Socialist, open borders billionaire and mega-funder George Soros, along with his own gun control money stream group “Giffords PAC,” he and his wife, Gabby Giffords, founded — specifically intended to elect Democrat Second Amendment restrictionists to national public office.
Of paramount importance is the duplicitous Mark Kelly’s close ties to Chinese tech giant Tencent, which he tenaciously conceals. The company funneled $millions into a commercial space exploration company he co-founded.
Real Clear Politics reports In the fall of 2014, the CEO of Kelly’s World View Enterprises, announced during a visit to Beijing that Tencent had invested an undisclosed sum of money in the Tucson-based space travel venture. In April 2016, as part of a subsequent, $15 million investment round, World View announced that it had received more funds from Tencent, along with three other venture capital firms.
Tencent was already under intense U.S. scrutiny before the COVID-19 world crisis. In addition to surveillance suspicions, Tencent also sparked a U.S. backlash for suspending its streaming of National Basketball Association games after the Houston Rockets’ general manager praised Hong Kong democracy protests last fall.
Now it’s radioactive. A recent University of Toronto study found that WeChat has been censoring keywords relating to the COVID-19 outbreak since at least Jan. 1. Several prominent lawmakers in recent weeks have deemed Tencent an arm of the Chinese Communist Party and a threat to U.S. national security. Republican Sens. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley in late April introduced a bill aimed at preventing Chinese espionage by prohibiting U.S. federal employees from conducting official business over platforms run by Tencent, Huawei, ZTE and other Chinese companies and barring U.S. tax dollars from being used for any international contracts with those firms.
These are vital issues which radical leftist Mark Kelly will never address. The Arizona Republic, hoping for two U.S. Senate Democrats from Arizona can be counted on to remain silent. In today’s edition resident radical columnist EJ Montini, salivating at the thought of bald, gun-grabbing extremist Kelly in the senate, foolishly headlines his article, “McSally more beholden to McConnell than AZ?” — conveniently ignoring the fact that Dem Mark Kelly is in the Chi Com’s pocket.
Arizona’s election is now elevated to national prominence. Republican incumbent Sen. Martha McSally has won the unequivocal endorsement of President Trump, who had her on stage with him at his massive February Phoenix rally. He knows all too well the importance of keeping the U.S. Senate with a GOP majority.