Kate Brophy McGee “grateful” for Dem endorsers

October 14, 2018

District 28 Republicans are shaking their heads in dismay over the report that Kate Brophy McGee, running for reelection to the state senate, is emulating leftist former Gov. Janet Napolitano —- albeit in reverse.

Arizonans will remember the contemptible list of GOP turncoats who affixed their names to the Republicans for Janet roster in 2006. (Click to enlarge.) The list was rife with McCain activists, including Grant Woods, John McCain’s former chief of staff, who chose the liberal over conservative Len Munsil, heading the Republican ticket. Woods, an iffy Republican who has yet to follow through on his threat to leave the GOP, is notorious for endorsing Democrats and has even cut a televised ad in support of crude and deceitful Kyrsten Sinema over Republican U.S. Rep. Martha McSally running for an open U.S. Senate seat.

Now Kate Brophy McGee is following Napolitano’s lead flaunting her far-left Democrat supporters led by Janice Miano, Art Othon, and John Whiteman who are co-chairing ‘Democrats for Kate.’  In their announcement, they heap praise on her, saying, “Kate does what is right for Arizonans. She isn’t held hostage by party politics.”

The question Republicans in Legislative District 28 — encompassing North Central Phoenix, Biltmore, Arcadia and Paradise Valley — should pose to Kate Brophy McGee is, if you and your liberal friends find the politics of the party under whose banner you have chosen to run since 2010 has held you hostage, why didn’t you run as a Democrat? Her treasured leftists refer to her as “fearless,” inferring that throwing the GOP Platform to the winds is liberating.

In response to the liberal embrace, Kate Brophy McGee gushed, “I’m so grateful for the support of Janice, Art, and John. The issues I fight for — education, small businesses, and public safety — transcend party lines. I’m honored to have these great Democratic leaders supporting my campaign.”  

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Scheming leftist Kyrsten Sinema mocks AZ voters in video

October 12, 2018

Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft exposes chameleon Kyrsten Sinema in this revealing video where she refers to Arizona voters as “crazies.”  This is what Sinema actually thinks of the Arizonans whose votes she is courting, as she currently portrays herself as a soft-soften “Independent” who “just wants to get things done.”

What she in fact “wants done” is the Republican Party’s presence in Arizona and in the U.S. Senate, as she runs to replace Jeff Flake.

Watch as she contemptuously scorns us as “crazy,” and calls Arizona the “crazy state.” Speaking to an LGBT group in Texas, where she elicited roars of laughter in response to her scathing comments, she recites the five “Cs” she learned in a song about Arizona in first grade, naming, cattle, copper, citrus, cotton, and climate. Sinema then adds, there are actually six C’s, when you include “crazies.”  That’s us, folks…the ones she wants to vote for her.

SRAZ has written about Kyrsten Sinema’s deceit and radical stances numerous times. Read about Sinema’s devious metamorphosis and the crude words she uses to describe women who choose to stay home to nurture their families. Recently her heart-wrenching story about her childhood living in an abandoned gas station without running water or electricity was exposed as a lie.

Vote smart. Put AZ Congresswoman Martha McSally in the U.S. Senate. Republican McSally is the first woman in U.S. history to fly a fighter jet in combat and command a fighter squadron.  You won’t find her wearing a pink tutu and eliciting support from Code Pink radicals.

Read Martha McSally’s impressive bio.

This is Kyrsten Sinema with former AZ Gov. Janet Napolitano, a far left liberal — when the two were widely regarded as an item:


Untrustworthy Flake hit with damning Biblical analogy

October 4, 2018

…sans 30 pieces of silver

Jeff Flake, Arizona’s “on the skids” senator, has reached the final stage of his political career. Responding in the only way possible to an unprecedented, abysmal 18 percent approval rating in his home state following his first senate term, he took the path of least resistance and didn’t run for reelection. 

Unfortunately, pretentious Flake has neither the refinement nor wisdom to leave quietly. Those character traits are not ingrained in the persona of a man who camped alone on a deserted island in 2011 as an excuse to send out shirtless beefcake photos of himself. The now fawning, Hillary-endorsing Arizona Republic was not always such a Flake fan. It referred to him asa coward,“ anda mere politician, no longer a statesman,” when he disappointed them by reversing his stance on amnesty for illegal aliens during a U.S. House campaign. The newspaper needn’t have worried. It was just election based rhetoric that he tossed aside after the votes were counted.

Fast forward to 2018. Now possessed by a virulent anti-Trump mania, Flake is using his remaining time in D.C. fanning the flames set by his Democrat cohorts who are doing everything in their power to derail the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.  When there was nothing of substance to use against the respected federal appellate judge, Christine Blasey Ford, a-less-than-truthful witness sprang forth with allegations dating back nearly 40 years to their high school days. Though she has been caught lying (i.e., her fear of flying was found to be bogus), her memory is fuzzy and no one has corroborated her new-found memories, she has Jeff Flake joining the Democrats, to keep picking at this festering boil.

Make no mistake. What we are witnessing is raw political warfare intended to deny Pres. Trump another appointment to the Supreme Court. In 2016, Flake and McCain both stated they would not vote for GOP nominee Donald Trump.

One of the best assessments of the debacle, is titled,GOP‘s Judas,” by Clarence V. McKee for Newsmax. He nails Flake — as a modern-day Judas Iscariot — who didn’t even get his “thirty pieces of silver” for selling out the GOP Judiciary Committee and Senate colleagues.

This morning, the Senate began reviewing the FBI’s completed report on the allegations.


Sinema lies about living in abandoned gas station

October 2, 2018

Another deceptive ad uses Arizona Republic columnists to substantiate lies

The campaign ad was one of several playing during a commercial break in prime time network programming. But this one, paid for by the DSCC, was new and attention-getting since it opens with “What Arizonans are saying” about GOP senatorial candidate Martha McSally.

A fleeting screenshot shows the headline of the Arizona Republic, the state’s reliably left-wing disseminator of skewed news.

And who’s making negative statements about Congresswoman Martha McSally? None other than those who are on the payroll of the liberal Kyrsten Sinema supporting newspaper. Laurie Roberts and E.J. Montini are not objective folks with solid evidence to support their conclusions. They are hurdy-gurdy columnists paid to sing the liberal party line in unison.

It is only on the BS meter Kyrsten Sinema rates high. This is the real Kyrsten Sinema

Guy Benson, writing for Townhall, exposed Sinema back in 2012, in a post titled, “Moderate” Arizona Democrat Has Deep Ties to Left-Wing Radicals, Obama White House.”

In the intervening years, she’s only become more deceptive and adept at lying.

Remember that abandoned service station without running water or electricity she said she lived in for several years as an impoverished child? It turns out even that’s a lie.

Thomas Lifson at American Thinker shines the harsh light of day on Kyrsten Sinema’s false claims, repudiating them with facts including utility bills submitted to the judge by her stepfather when he and Sinema’s mother were divorcing. These facts are substantiated by the New York Times, which provides a photo of the gas station that was actually owned by her step-father‘s parents who lived in a nearby Florida farmhouse.

Joseph Goebbels, Adolph Hitler’s Nazi propaganda minister was known for his big lie strategy which stressed that a lie must be repeated often and with conviction, until it is accepted as truth.

Sinema must be a WWII history buff.


Will Jeff Flake’s flawed sons face future backlash from Dad’s hypocrisy? & UPDATE

September 29, 2018

Jeff Flake, a father of five, has a couple of sons who have made the news for being less than stellar. He obviously wasn’t thinking of them 36 years in the future as their careers could hang in the balance and their lives be all but destroyed by claims made against them.

Yet in siding with a united bloc of Democrats as the swing Republicrat, that is exactly what he is consenting to. The difference is, in his son’s cases the claims would not be unsubstantiated. It would be hoped that in the intervening years they would have matured and been worthy of having their pasts put in the past.

Austin Flake, a BYU college student and his then-wife Logan, were left in charge of her parent’s kennel while they were out of state. The young Flakes were responsible for the agonizing, heat-related suffocation deaths of nearly two dozen family pets, through their inattention and callous disregard. The dogs were packed together in a steamy utility room, lacking air-conditioning and without food or water in the midst of Phoenix’ triple digit summer temperatures.

Originally indicted by a grand jury, the Flakes served no time, but her vacationing parents did. It’s good to have a well-connected Dad.

Jeff Flake accused GOP presidential candidate Trump of racism for stating his intent to build a wall along our southern border and calling for a moratorium on unable-to-be-vetted refugees from terror sponsoring nations. Trump understood that his first obligation is ensuring the safety and security of America’s citizens.

When it comes to racism and Flake, his son Tanner was the indisputable champion offender. In 2013 teenage Tanner was the subject of our post “Generational Flakes.” The younger Flake was also exposed on Buzzfeed for his online spew of vile anti-black and Hispanic, anti-Semitic, and homophobic slurs. Daddy pathetically apologized for him, teaching him nothing about accepting responsibility or the concept of remorse.

On July 9, 2018 President Trump nominated federal appellate court judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. He had previously been vetted six times for top-level posts he’s held in the White House and on the bench. His record was exemplary and he won the praise of colleagues. The married father of two young daughters was regarded as above reproach.

There were only two problems. First and foremost, he was nominated by President Trump, despised by Democrats, Flake and his mentor McCain, for having soundly defeated scandal-plagued Hillary Clinton, whom the two Arizona senators supported. Additionally, Kavanaugh would be the second Republican justice Trump would name to the high court — a bridge too far for the Left.

The plan to destroy Judge Kavanaugh was clear from Day One. They also intended to hobble the president until after the midterm elections when they dream of reclaiming the majority in the House and Senate and denying him any confirmations of nominees for the entirety of his term.

Inept Flake, on his way out the political door due to 18% approval ratings, has finally attained a level of renown which has been beyond his grasp. He found it by being the pivotal Republican the Dems can count on to carry their polluted water — another delaying tactic calling for an FBI investigation of Judge Kavanaugh.

This is how conservative commentator Candace Owens characterizes Jeff Flake:

Jeff Flake relishes being the center of attention, even when his cause is wrong.

 

True to form, the left-wing Arizona Republic distorter of facts provides Page One and lengthy jump page coverage to Jeff Flake, a bogus Republican it can support, in today’s Sunday edition.

The headline would be comical if not so steeped in deception: “Flake is pulled into spotlight he doesn’t want.” The fallacious report describes attention-seeking Flake as a Republican in the mold of Ronald Reagan and Barry Goldwater (fact-filled 2015 exposé you should read).

Although Reagan, an actual conservative, supported Goldwater’s 1964 presidential bid, the differences between the two became magnified with the passage of time.

Flake is no Reagan. Deception reigns supreme at the Arizona newspaper.


Flake waffles on SCOTUS vote, longs to be center of attention

September 28, 2018

In waning days of his D.C. career, lame duck Republicrat desperately struggles for relevancy, seeks center stage with what could be pivotal vote

In one of his many oratorical  attempts to sound high-minded while bashing Pres. Trump, Jeff Flake went on a pomposity rant, stating, “If we compromise the truth for the sake of our politics, we are lost.”

The quote is instructive in view of Flake’s waffling leading up to the confirmation vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh. The federal district judge has suffered savage partisan attacks on his integrity since being nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court by Pres. Trump. Thursday’s hearing was a despicable unified display of partisan bile spewed by the left.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, a longtime McCain sidekick, has found his own voice and expressed outrage over the abuse being thrown at Judge Kavanaugh, (video) mincing no words.  Graham’s impassioned statement was the highlight of the day.

But Flake, true to the form that caused him to alienate Arizona Republicans to the point of garnering only an 18% approval rating and realizing he couldn’t win reelection to his single term senate seat, equivocated as late as yesterday, saying both Judge Kavanaugh and his accuser “gave compelling testimony.“  This, despite the fact that Christine Ford had no reliable recollections of where or when the assault she claimed she suffered as a teen 36 years ago took place, who was there at the time and even lied about her fear of flying, as she delayed the hearing for purely partisan reasons. Those she asked to corroborate her account refused to do so.

Jeff Flake is reminiscent of Narcissus, the Greek character of myth, who became enchanted with his own reflection in a body of water, leaned in to get a closer look and drowned trying to pursue himself. Who can forget Flake’s solo escapade on a deserted island years ago, taking only the barest of necessities to sustain life along with a camera and tripod to film himself. Is this egomaniacal lightweight, unable to discern fact from fiction, someone to entrust with a crucial vote on a U.S. Supreme Court Justice? 

Watch the live proceedings HERE.


Hiral Tipirneni, Kyrsten Sinema: Dems hide political party

September 23, 2018

The choice is clear: Vote for Republicans Lesko, McSally

The airwaves have been inundated with campaign ads, as senatorial and congressional candidates dominate Arizona’s political landscape.

Back for another bite at the Congressional District 8 apple is leftist Democrat Hiral Tipirneni, once again wearing medical scrubs and touting her credentials as an emergency room physician.  Conveniently omitted is the fact that she hasn’t practiced medicine since 2007, when she was successfully sued for malpractice. No longer practicing medicine, the dedicated liberal worked promoting Obamacare. The patient she maltreated is no longer above ground to vote against Tipirneni.

Now waging her second political campaign, she looks directly into the camera, with her ubiquitous, but unused stethoscope around her neck, and bizarrely declares she’s not a politician. Conspicuously missing from Tipirneni’s ads is the word, “Democrat.” On her issues page, she double talks border security, and says money for “the wall” (her sarcastic quotation marks) could be better spent. She favors expanding Medicare.

Though she’s pro-abortion, she doesn’t like the term, saying one is either “pro-choice or anti-choice,” turning objections to death sentences for the pre-born into a restriction of rights. According to Hiral Tipirneni, “gun violence” is a public health issue that should be “regulated like “seat belts, child car seats and airbags,” as she calls for “common sense gun safety reform.” Only the naive would trust her tinkering with the Second Amendment.

Residents of CD 8 (map) are fortunate to be represented by highly credentialed Republican Congresswoman Debbie Lesko. Her issues page is clear and geared toward empowering Arizona’s citizens rather than government expansion.  She is deserving of retention.

There are two candidates running for Arizona’s currently open senate seat. Former Sen. Jon Kyl was appointed to temporarily fill the vacancy following John McCain’s burial. After assessing his abysmal approval numbers, Jeff Flake opted not to run for reelection, creating this vacancy.

Former CD 2 U.S. Rep. Martha McSally won the Republican primary and is facing liberal chameleon Kyrsten Sinema, who has magically reconfigured herself.

Poised and polished, speaking softly cloaked in her newly crafted demeanor, there is no hint of the crude and coarse, self-identified bi-sexual, former Green Partyleaning Communist, candidate turned Democrat.  In her former incarnation, she used foul-mouthed slurs to describe women who choose to be stay-at-home Moms. Now blonde and slim, wearing fashionable glasses to make her appear studious, and tipping her head in a submissive pose, it’s clear the CD 9 U.S. Representative — an avowed atheist who refused to take her oath of office with her hand on the Bible — worked with a coach in her latest and most significant deceptive quest. She has the raw temerity to refer to herself as an “Independent” in her ads. The word Democrat is MIA.

Don’t be fooled by this new facade. The same radical lurks just below the surface.

Sinema’s the author of “Unite and Conquer” which details her techniques. The foreword was written by her onetime gal pal Janet Napolitano.