Radical hate monger Jeff Flake despises Pres. Trump more than he cherishes USA
It’s impossible to generate sympathy for a coreless political has-been who cloaks his brazen ego and flagrant ignorance in sanctimonious-laced pomposity, though watching Jeff Flake remind Arizona voters why he was unable to run for a second senate term due to his abysmal 18% approval rating in his home state, is instructive.
Flake recently appeared on CNN, telling leftist host Christiane Amanpour that he believes that “on important issues of American democracy,” former Vice President Joe Biden is “more conservative than the president is.” A John McCain protégé, the aptly named Flake was unable to give any rational explanation, so we’ll draw the distinctions for him:
President Donald Trump’s business career provided the tools to increase jobs and employment to historic highs, as he advocates for lower taxes, securing our border, and expansion of parental choice in education. He is pro-life and a strong Second Amendment supporter. Under his guidance, the US is energy independent, a dream never achieved by previous administrations. Globalism, integral to Socialist George Soros’ borderless nations vision and embraced by Flake, has been discarded as Trump wisely rejected the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Iran nuclear deal and the constricting Paris climate accords.
Pres. Trump has added two new justices to the U.S. Supreme Court and filled federal judicial vacancies. Acquaint yourself with his first term accomplishments and the social programs he has instituted.
Then do yourself a favor and read Patrick Buchanan‘s, “A Most Consequential Presidency,” which expands on Trump’s unprecedented and powerful impact on the United States of America. It’s obviously not on Jeff Flake’s reading list.
Jeff Flake’s hero Joe Biden, a Washington insider for nearly 50 years, is now holed up in his basement bunker, emerging only to utter inanities, such as saying he would “shut down the entire country” if a second surge of the Coronavirus surfaces. No wonder Speaker Nancy Pelosi doesn’t want him to participate in the presidential debates that are an essential aspect of presidential elections.
In his 2017 140-page pamphlet masquerading as a book with the stolen title, “Conscience of a Conservative,” Jeff Flake wrote:
“Seemingly overnight, the word globalist became a grave insult among people in my party who also call themselves ‘conservative.” In this country, we are less than 5 percent of the world’s population. We are 20 percent of the world’s economic output. And if we don’t trade, we don’t grow. Given the alternatives, I’ll take the globalist moniker, thank you.”