The latest: McCain authorized IRS targeting conservative groups, Flake intentionally holding up Trump’s judicial nominees
Some ancient societies reputedly believed in generational curses, where the sins of past generations are passed down for future generations to pay their debt. Today we dismiss such tales as nonsense.
Still Arizona Republicans can be excused for wondering about the existence of this phenomena from time to time, as they ponder what horrific past acts they are paying for, having to deal with substandard U.S. Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake who give them no representation — preferring to aid Democrats.
Now it’s been confirmed that a high ranking McCain aide told IRS official Lois Lerner to audit non-exempt groups such as Tea Parties “until they financially collapsed.” The Lid cites IRS documents obtained by Judicial Watch, which deceitful McCain initially denied as false reports.”
And Flake? The spiteful loser who polled at a paltry 18% approval rating avoided an embarrassing outcome by withdrawing from seeking reelection. Flake has devoted himself to undercutting the president, reading absurd anti-Trump speeches in the senate chamber and appearing on left-wing media networks to bash Pres. Trump. His actions have moved from ridiculous to reprehensible, as he commits to holding up federal judicial nominees who President Trump rightfully desires to appoint to fill vacancies to crucial district courts.
The left is praising the appropriately named Flake. Splinter, a less-than-a-year-old website owned by Spanish language Univision Communications, is ecstatic at the news that Flake is obstructing appellate court nominees. Our readers will remember that this type of obstructionism is nothing new to Flake.
He no doubt wanted to follow his mentor McCain, spending decades in D.C. Then Donald Trump won the Primary Election over 16 other GOP aspirants and, despite McCain and Flake loudly proclaiming they would not support him, he emerged victorious. Trump has overseen economic expansion and an unprecedented drop in unemployment. Unlike Flake and McCain, the president draws enormous, cheering crowds.
The two senators have spent the rest of their time — in McCain’s case — limited time, attacking the President of the party under whose banner they each chose to run. McCain, who has not been seen in months, managed to get to Washington for this practiced and dramatic vote, against the “skinny repeal” of Obamacare, stunning his colleagues when he cast his lot with the Democrats. It was his sucker-punch to President Trump in a senate where every vote counts and that particular vote was held up until the treacherous McCain could participate.
Remember that when the Flakester decides to primary the president. No, it‘s not a joke. Irrational Flake actually said he‘s considering mounting a challenge to Trump, although he was unable to lift his abysmal polling numbers in his home state.