Halloween scare worse than gremlins ringing doorbells

October 31, 2020

Masked marauders dressed in blue intend to fulfill Obama’s promise to “Fundamentally transform the United States of America”

Tonight is Halloween. Traditionally, hordes of neighbor kids dress up as ghosts, pirates and werewolves — with a few Cinderellas in the mix — and ring our doorbells. They wear masks in an attempt to scare candy out of residents opening their doors.

This year there’s an even bigger fright, as we are three days away from Election Day. They are wearing masks, but they don’t want candy. Their trick is to remake America. There is no treat. This is the third time the one dressed as a bumbling, incoherent senior citizen has been to the door. He is accompanied by a sly, ambitious partner who will wait until they are out of public view to knock him over and take his place.

If you haven’t already voted, find your polling place and vote to reelect President Donald Trump, who has kept his promises to the American people. There’s never been a more important election.


Biden-endorsing Cindy McCain didn’t do her research

October 30, 2020

The National Post exposes what top Biden aides actually thought of John McCain. Read this headlined report: EXC: Biden Campaign Co-Chair In Emails That Call John McCain ‘A**Hole’, ‘Cranky Old Man’… ‘Despise Him.’

An email thread involving Hunter Biden, his business partner Eric Schwerin, Beau Biden, former Senator Ted Kaufman and Deputy Counsel for then-Vice President Joe Biden Alexander Mackler, contains reference to the late Senator John McCain as an “Asshole” and a “Cranky Old Man.”

Cindy Lou Hensley McCain so despises non-politician Donald Trump for achieving the presidency of the United States, America’s top office, that eluded her husband twice, she jumped onboard the Biden train.

John McCain, who embraced the nickname “Maverick” for frequently aligning with Democrats, initially ran for president in 2000 and again in 2008. He lost the Republican Primary to George W. Bush in 2000, and in 2008 he lost the General Election to Barack Obama — who many Republicans thought he worked harder to elect than he did on his own campaign. As an example, he chastised anyone who used Obama’s middle name, “Hussein,” though Obama proudly used it at his swearing in.

In his 2002 book, ‘Worth the Fighting For,’ McCain wrote of his desire to be president, saying, “I didn’t decide to run for president to start a national crusade for the political reforms I believed in or to run a campaign as if it were some grand act of patriotism. In truth, I wanted to be president because it had become my ambition to become president. I was 62 years old when I made the decision and I thought it was my one shot at the prize.”

Hot-tempered McCain, who often colluded with D.C. Democrats, was unpopular in Arizona, where Republican elected state committeemen voted to censure him. That censure came two weeks after elected Maricopa County Precinct Committeemen passed a resolution to censure the senator on a 1,150-to-351 vote. He retaliated by conspiring with Gregory Wendt a wealthy San Francisco-based Obama donor in an “aggressive and systematic campaignto purge the Republican activists from the party. 

Then-Arizona Republican Governor Jane Hull, publicly endorsed George W. Bush expressing concerns about McCain’s “flaring temper.”

Cindy Hensley McCain either has a failing memory or a burning desire for attention. Who can forget when she falsely claimed to have witnessed a case of child sex trafficking at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport?

Beer heiress Cindy, who accompanied Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on their recent trip to Phoenix, proved to be of as little consequence as they are. This is the view from across the street of the calamitous event, and the newscaster saying, “It’s kind’a boring out here.”

Cindy Hensley McCain, the chairman of the $hundreds of millions-a-year Hensley & Co. one of the largest Anheuser-Busch beer distributors in the U.S., has morphed into a “humanitarian,” and has hired an agent. She will speak for a mere $5,000-$10,000 fee. No doubt she’s inundated with requests.

Dying Arizona Republic vomits anti-GOP hatred

October 29, 2020

If you grew up in Arizona, chances are good your parents subscribed to the Arizona Republic newspaper. If they were keen newshounds, they might have even had the Phoenix Gazette, the now defunct evening edition delivered, as well. In those days, the newspapers were owned by Eugene and Nina Pulliam and delivered news, not hate-filled spews against Republicans. Op-ed pages were an essential part of the editorial section, with pro and con nationally syndicated columnists opining on the politics of the day.

Today’s version of the newspaper is an anorexic, viciously left-wing, anti-Trump tirade delivered by the skeleton crew and ASU Cronkite School student interns. Following the newspaper’s passionate endorsement of scandal plagued Hillary Clinton in 2016, the editors were forced to admit subscriptions plummeted. They have never returned. The newspaper even pledged to permanently do away with its pre-election endorsement pages, a hallmark of its attempt to influence voters.

During this 2020 election cycle, the influence peddling is no longer on multi-page lists. Now it is interjected in biased spews masquerading as news reports, contemptible anti-Trump editorials, via in-house columnists and editorial cartoons. Not a word has been printed about the cash for influence scandal surrounding Democrat presidential candidate, mentally failing, Joe Biden and his cocaine addict son, Hunter.

Any attempt at impartiality vanished as surely as the newspaper’s office building. After repeatedly being on the auction block with no takers, it was finally purchased by Gatehouse, as part of a Gannett acquisition deal.

On a daily basis the Arizona Repulsive savages Republicans, regardless of the offices they hold, as they promote flawed Democrats. No one with an “R” following their name is immune. This morning’s editorial advocates for the removal of Republican Allister Adel, the first female Maricopa County Attorney, appointed in October 2019 after then-County Attorney Bill Montgomery was named to the Arizona Supreme Court. The headline in this morning’s edition is, “Adel is status quo, so she must go.” That absurdity translates to not giving sweetheart deals to minority criminals and what editorialist Elvia Diaz describes as being “cozy with cops.“ Diaz’ gripe is that there are too many “people of color behind bars.” The fact that they disproportionately commit crimes is irrelevant.

Tired of having your intelligence insulted? If you still subscribe, cancel. Call 1-800-332-6733.

Not only is it liberating, you’ll save a bundle of money that can be put to better use.

President Donald Trump’s not so secret weapon

October 28, 2020

Fox News, Tucker Carlson finish historic October with largest primetime audience in cable news history

To say Republicans are energized by President Donald Trump would be the height of understatement. He generates massive crowds of supporters wherever he appears. But if American voters only watched the far left alphabet networks, they would be inundated with antipathy toward the 45th president. Fortunately, they have Tucker Carlson. Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and other Fox conservatives also give voice to his message.

As the votes were tallied on November 8, 2016, his historic surge confounded his detractors, as he received the votes of more than 62 million Americans, the most ever for a Republican candidate.

Trump was elected president in the largest Electoral College landslide for a Republican in 28 years, winning more than 2,600 counties nationwide, the most since President Ronald Reagan in 1984. Trump carried 306 Electoral College votes to Hillary’s 232 — with 270 needed to win. 

Most importantly, since taking office, he has delivered unprecedented results, passing record-setting tax cuts and regulation cuts, achieving energy independence, replacing NAFTA with the United-States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, investing $2 trillion to completely rebuild our Military. Pres. Trump has launched the Space Force, obliterated the ISIS Caliphate, and achieved an often promised but never previously accomplished breakthrough for peace in the Middle East. He passed the most significant Veterans Affairs reforms in half a century, nominated and has seen confirmed nearly 400 federal judges, including 3 U.S. Supreme Court Justices, signed bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform, lowered drug prices, protected Medicare and Social Security, and secured our nation’s border.

Fox News Channel attracted 15.4 million viewers during Thursday’s final presidential debate between President Trump and Democrat nominee Joe Biden, a larger audience than all broadcast and cable news competitors.

President Trump’s 2016 remarkable victory as he obliterated the “shoo-in” Hillary Clinton, also highlighted the lack of influence of print media, as newspapers across the nation endorsed scandal-plagued Clinton.

President Trump is returning to Arizona today, with rallies at Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport at noon and the Phoenix Goodyear Airport, scheduled for 2:30. Supporters have lined up days in advance, according to Fox10 Phoenix News reporter Ty Brennan.

Dems trying to oust Judge Christopher Coury

October 27, 2020

Rational Maricopa County voters should vote to retain Superior Court Judge Coury

Although all 33 of the commissioners on the independent Arizona Commission on Judicial Performance Review were unanimous in giving 100% scores to Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Christopher A. Coury, he is facing opposition on the judicial retention ballot…from Democrats.

Judge Coury, whose extensive bio can be viewed here was appointed by Gov. Jan Brewer on January 28, 2010, and has served with distinction with rotations on the criminal, civil, family and juvenile courts. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Notre Dame in 1991 and Cum Laude from University of Notre Dame Law School in 1994, credentials that parallel newly appointed U.S. Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett.

So what has the Democrats in a frenzy over an exemplary judge this time?

The Arizona Supreme Court unanimously ruled it would allow the Invest in Education initiative to appear on the November 2020 ballot after it was previously removed by Judge Coury, who ruled its 100-word petition summary was “fraudulent or substantially confusing to Arizona voters,” since it omitted key components of what the initiative would actually enable.

It is now on the ballot as Proposition 208. Coury was correct. The Proposition is a deceptively worded education funding farce, that is a permanent and massive tax increase — estimated at $100 million annually — unmatched in Arizona history. The measure places Arizona in the top 10 states for highest income tax along with California and New York. It will negatively affect small businesses, harming our already struggling economy in a COVID-19 era.

Arizonans for Great Schools and a Strong Economy opposes Prop. 208. Pro-family, Center for Arizona Policy provides the facts on Prop. 208 and urges a NO vote.

This is the extensive list of Arizona Chambers of Commerce, elected leaders and small business associations that oppose this oppressive taxing authorization. Find out the truth about who’s financing this unending and costly tax hike effort and how they’re leveraging federal tax dollars to mount the campaign to permanently separate Arizona taxpayers from incalculable sums of their money.

Seeing Red AZ includes this April 27, 2018 post. The last two paragraphs detail the $multi-millions teachers unions contribute to Democrat politicians and the permanent school funding sources, in addition to their recent 20% pay increase and the continual school budget overrides.

SRAZ recently posted Ballot Propositions 207 and 208 deserve NO votes, referring to them as social and economic disasters.

Even the far-left Arizona Republic newspaper recognizes the permanent negative effects of Prop. 208, calling it an “extreme proposal with more pitfalls than promise, that deepens the divisions in our society and puts the state’s economy at risk,” editorially urging a vote against it.

Judge Christopher A. Coury was correct in his original assessment of the duplicitous wording of the petition summary and is deserving of your vote to retain him.

Amy Coney Barrett Pres. Trump’s 3rd SCOTUS appointee sworn in

October 26, 2020

Following the Senate’s confirmation of U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, the White House hosted a Rose Garden ceremony where Justice Clarence Thomas administered the official constitutional oath as her husband held the bible.

“She is one of our nation’s most brilliant legal scholars. She will make an outstanding justice on the highest court in our land,” President Trump said before Thomas swore in Barrett, the mother of seven school aged children. Justice Thomas was a friend of the late Justice Antonin Scalia, for whom Barrett worked as a law clerk and who she considers her mentor.

After taking the oath, 48-year-old Justice Barrett, a Constitutionalist, spoke of the need for a federal judge to put aside personal policy preferences in decision-making.

“A judge declares independence not only from Congress and the president but also from the private beliefs that might otherwise move her.”

“The oath that I have solemnly taken tonight means at its core that I will do my job without any fear or favor, and that I will do so independently of both the political branches and of my own preferences,” she stated.

In a roll call vote that began just before 8:00 p.m. the senate voted 52-48 along partisan lines, with only Maine Sen. Susan Collins breaking with Republicans to vote with Democrats opposing the confirmation.

The Federal Judicial Center details Justice Barrett’s impressive professional bio

Major game changer in 2020 presidential campaign?

October 26, 2020

Cher, a tattooed septuagenarian, known more for her countless plastic surgeries than intellect, is intent on influencing your vote. She’s in Phoenix today, seeking relevance, following her 2002 farewell tour. Eight days out from the most important presidential election in our lifetime, Cher thinks her radical left-wingism has the panache to sway votes to her fellow septuagenarian, Joe Biden, recently embroiled in a cash for influence scandal with his son, Hunter.

This absurd overreach would qualify as humorous, but for the fact that she’s dead serious.

Cher first stopped in Nevada, where she performed in her heyday, before traveling to Arizona Sunday to campaign on behalf of theHarris Biden administration,” (brief linked video depicts both Joe Biden and Kamala Harris candidly referring to the Democrat ticket.) Not taking any chances on hostile attendees, registration is required even for the press.

No longer an entertainer, pathetic Cher recently tweeted this bizarre message on MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, “I realize… What Bleeds Leads, But your children will grow up in a White is right world Ruled By a Villain. Tonight You were The James Comey of Hillary’s Campaign. If you Talk Negative Ppl Will Think Negative. Serve Your Country not yourself YOU KNOW WHAT HE IS.”

Previously, she tweeted, “without your vote,” the United States “is lost to us,” stating “The difference between lightness & the darkside is your vote.”

Cher, whose daughter Chastity has “transitioned” to being her son, Chaz, raised nearly $2 million for Biden in an LGBTQ-themed virtual fundraiser in August. Chaz’ father was Cher’s first husband Sonny Bono. Following his music career with Cher and their divorce, he was elected as a Republican to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1994 to represent California’s 44th congressional district. He died in a skiing accident in 1998 and was succeeded by his widow, Mary Bono, who was elected to fill the remainder of his congressional term. She was elected in her own right to seven subsequent terms.

Trump supporters: If you have not yet voted, the unabashedly leftist Cher hopes you won’t. Election Day is Nov. 3.

Trump voters better informed affirms non-partisan survey

October 25, 2020

Annual survey blames “media-promoted liberal fictions” for misinformation

Just Facts is a excellent source of factual information on wide ranging topics. Many of us were first introduced to the site by conservative author and economist, Dr. Walter Williams. Though unaffiliated with a political party, it has also been cited by Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin.

Today we take our readers to an earlier, yet intriguingly informative report titled, “Scientific Survey Shows Voters Widely Accept Misinformation Spread By the Media.”

The site states, “While most polls measure public opinion, this unique one measures voters’ knowledge of major issues facing the nation — such as education, taxes, healthcare, national debt, pollution, government spending, Social Security, global warming, energy, and hunger.”

The survey, concluded pre-COVID-19, and prior to Biden’s nomination, found that the “most commonly believed misinformation accords with left-leaning narratives spread by the press, and Democrat voters are more likely to accept these falsehoods than Trump voters.”

SRAZ uses these results to shine the spotlight on the desperate Arizona Republic newspaper, which despite losing subscribers faster than other Gannett owned publications,* continues to direct its last gasps toward denigrating Republican office holders and venomously attacking President Trump.

Today’s issue is a case in point. Among the headlines in the Sunday edition:

    “For over 100 years, state has suppressed Latino, Black and Indigenous voters.” (The unsubstantiated allegations predate statehood. Arizona was a territory until 1912.)

   “A Black woman’s ordeal: Phoenix police raped me.” (The “rape” was a legal and routine body cavity search following her arrest in a drug investigation.)

Today’s edition brutalizes extremely effective, congressional rising star U.S. Rep. Debbie Lesko, (CD-8). Lesko is worthy of derision simply for being a conservative Trump supporter. Prior to being elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, trouncing a Democrat, Congresswoman Lesko served in the Arizona Legislature as both a House and Senate member. She was Senate President Pro-Tempore and Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee.

The leftist newspaper, which has only fawned over Republicrat John McCain, despises conservatives. Its venom, directed toward President Trump, and by extension his loyal supporters, is part of a daily multi-faceted vomitous eruption that includes skewed reporting, columnists with no other agenda, ripping editorials and malicious cartoons.

The reason Trump voters were found to be better informed by the Just Facts survey is they get their information from a wide range of sources, excluding biased newsosaurs such as the Arizona Republic.

*H/T Phoenix Business Journal

Mark Kelly: Misplaced his party affiliation heading to election

October 24, 2020

U.S. Senate wannabe Mark Kelly revealed as a political impostor extraordinaire

It’s nine days until Nov. 3, 2020…Election Day. Many Arizonans have already voted by early ballot. Others prefer the time-honored tradition of casting their vote in person at a polling place. We’re inundated with campaign ads and our mailboxes are filled with flyers. Candidates proudly note their party affiliation, targeting registered voters politically aligned with them. They spend a lot of money, especially in U.S. Senate races.

This year the Arizona ballot lists two candidates running for a single senate seat in a special election. Republican incumbent Sen. Martha McSally, a former two-term member of congress was appointed by Gov. Doug Ducey to fill the remaining term of Sen. John McCain. A retired Air Force Colonel, and graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, she was the first female pilot to lead a fighter squadron into a war zone. McSally is being challenged by Democrat Mark Kelly in one of the nation’s costliest and most watched races. President Donald Trump has unequivocally endorsed Sen. McSally and she has appeared with him at campaign events.

Kelly, an open-border proponent and socialized medicine supporter, funded by radically left, $multi-billion Super PAC Act Blue, has slickly omitted his party affiliation from his ads, a devious trick that worked for Arizona’s other senator, Democrat Kyrsten Sinema.

Kelly, an Obama associate, is the founder of Giffords PACa Second Amendment restrictionist group targeting national Republican candidates, calls for stricter gun controls and vows to oppose what he refers to as “the gun lobby.” Though he sounds like a Democrat, Kelly would like us to believe he has mysteriously lost his affiliation with the Democrat Party.

The importance of this race cannot be overstated, since it will affect partisan control of the U.S. Senate. Thirty-five of 100 seats are up for election, including two special elections. As of October 2020, Republicans have a 53-45 majority over Democrats in the Senate. Independents, who caucus with the Democrats, hold the two remaining seats. 

Mark Kelly, recently exposed by three fellow astronauts who served with him as ill-equipped for the senate,* declaring “Astronaut can’t hide Kelly’s leftist agenda.” Kelly was then given nearly a half-page column space in the desperate attempt to oust Republicans, Arizona Republic newspaper. It runs his latest deception appearing under the headline: “I won’t be a Democrat or Republican senator.”

Why then is Mark Kelly listed as a Democrat on the ballot? When will he file a lawsuit against the Elections Department for being erroneously labeled?

*Astronauts exposé on Mark Kelly is reprinted in its entirety HERE on Red State.

Final debate a resounding victory for Pres. Trump

October 23, 2020

The second and final 2020 presidential debate last evening produced a clear winner…and it wasn’t Joe Biden

Joe Biden’s time on the debate stage was mostly marked by raw deceit and alienating the American people. Whoever his intended audience was is a mystery since he shifted his position once again on fracking, pledging to eliminate the oil and gas industries that directly or peripherally employ hundreds of thousands of American workers and force Americans out of their cars, boats, off their motorcycles and keep them from using their backyard grills or gas kitchen stoves. Many homes use gas heating.

He lied about the pandemic related travel ban imposed by President Trump, which Biden initially called, “xenophobic and fear mongering.” During the debate, he changed course, claiming Trump was negligent for not implementing it sooner. He also tried blaming President Trump for “putting kids in cages,” when the practice of housing the children of detained illegal border-crossers was instituted by the Obama administration, where Biden served as vice president for eight years. Last night he gave a full-throated endorsement of granting blanket amnesty to millions of illegal invaders, and Obama-era DACA recipients, viewed as potential grateful Democrats.

When moderator NBC’s Kristen Welker, ignored the corrupt, lucrative influence peddling scheme perpetrated by Biden’s son Hunter, and from which Joe Biden, “the big guy,” personally benefited, Pres. Trump took the reins. Biden refused to acknowledge the $millions in payoffs from Ukrainian, Chinese and Russian oligarchs, though he previously called the irrefutable evidence “a smear campaign.” 

Instead of probing, Biden was handled with care by moderator Kristen Welker, raised by longtime high-dollar donor, leftist parents, Julie and Harvey Welker. They have donated tens of thousands of dollars on 205 separate occasions to Democrat candidates including Joe Biden, according to data from the Federal Election Commission.

Biden never addressed, nor was he asked about, his much heralded elimination of the beneficial Trump tax cuts he vows to abolish “on day one,” if elected.

Without waiting for last night‘s debate, the editorial board at USA Today, part of the recently gobbled Gannett and GateHouse Media network, which owns the ailing Arizona Republic, jumped the gun and made a foolish endorsement using these words:

“Our View: In 2016, we broke tradition in urging you not to vote for Trump. Now we’re making our first presidential endorsement. We hope it’s our last.” Showing a profound disconnect from reality, the headline squeals, “Elect Joe Biden. Reject Donald Trump.”

In 2016 as part of the Hillary herd, the local Arizona newspaper marched in jack-booted lockstep with other far-left national publications endorsing Hillary Clinton. It was forced to acknowledge that subscriptions were cancelled at breakneck speed. They have never returned,* and the anorexic newspaper, now mainly staffed by unedited ASU Cronkite School student interns will never recover.

* H/T Phoenix Business Journal