Sinema afflicted with ennui, missing senate votes
Kyrsten Sinema wanted to be in the U. S. Senate so badly, she was willing to alter her persona and tell whopping lies to achieve her goal. She started her incursion into politics as a Green Party candidate, losing state legislative races, before making the switch to the more accommodating Democrat Party.
Chameleon-like, Sinema recreated herself from a foul mouthed, self declared “bi-sexual” who put May Day greetings in the Communist Worker newspaper, and demeaned stay-at-home mothers, calling them “leeches,” to a soft-spoken candidate, who abandoned a party label, saying she just wanted to solve problems.
So desirous of ascending to the U.S. Senate in 2018, she fabricated a heart-tugging tale about living in an abandoned gas station without electricity and running water as a child.
Her deceit worked.
Now we see she’s not showing up for the job she fought so fervently to be elected to.
This past week she missed the following votes:
Feb. 26, 2019: Confirmation Eric D. Miller, of Washington, to be United States Circuit Judge for the Ninth Circuit (Sinema only senator not voting.)
Feb. 26, 2019: Nomination of Michael J. Desmond, of California, to be Chief Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service and an Assistant General Counsel in the Department of the Treasury (Sinema only senator not voting.)
Feb. 27, 2019: Confirmation of Michael J. Desmond (Sinema one of two not voting.)
Feb. 27, 2019: Nomination of Andrew Wheeler, of Virginia, to be Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (Sinema one of two not voting.)
Feb. 28, 2019: Confirmation of Andrew Wheeler (Sinema only senator not voting.)
Not only did the Hillary Clinton-endorsing Arizona Republic also endorse radical leftist Sinema, it named her “Arizonan of the Year.”
Now she’s not even showing up to carry its polluted water. Sinema was otherwise ocupado in New Zealand competing in the Ironman race.