Irrational AZ Republic reporting hits new low

April 9, 2018

MS-13 gangsters shouldn’t be held responsible for crime, terror surge

We here at Seeing Red AZ abhor triteness and generalities as much as the next person, so right out of the hatch we’re cutting to the chase as we attempt to interpret the local newspaper‘s “No stars — Inconclusive” rating of a statement made by Rep. Martha McSally, (R-CD 2).

Let us be perfectly clear.  Martha McSally, often referred to on this site as “Sally McCain,” is not our cup of tea. In fact, she’s too liberal by half, regardless of how she tries to characterize herself while in candidate mode. You can take that to the bank.

Sally McCain is abandoning her House post to run for the U.S. Senate seat currently unoccupied by preening self-pimping, Republicrat Jeff Flake, a John McCain colluder — who prefers to spend his remaining time canoodling with left-wing media types, throwing slings and arrows at Republican President Trump.

Such is the sad state of affairs in Arizona GOP politics. For all intents and purposes, Arizonans have no representation in the U.S. Senate. The logical, principled conservative choice is Dr. Kelli Ward, whom we support.

But we digress.

Sally McCain (aka Martha McSally) is being taken to task for besmirching the international MS-13 gang which has fanned out an estimated 10,000 violent, murderous and drug smuggling gang members throughout the United States.

The Arizona Republic newspaper, known as The Periódico de la República de Arizona for its radical, pro-illegal alien stance, quibbles over the terms “criminal street gang” or simply “gang.” After all, these vicious and rapidly expanding monsters originated in Central America, which makes them sainted, redeemable Hispanics worthy of not only roaming freely in the USA, and obtaining taxpayer funded benefits but likely deserving of amnesty. Why not? The left-wing newspaper refers to the massive number of gangsters as  “fluctuating” and promotes illegal aliens being counted in the upcoming census, with the ultimate end game of bolstering the ranks of the Democrat party.

The newspaper quotes slippery Lidia E. Nuño, an assistant criminal justice professor at California State University (Fullerton).who doltishly disputes the gang’s numbers, is actually quoted as saying, “If the figure is correct, that doesn’t necessarily mean that these 10,000 individuals are murdering people each day.” Proving a Ph.D has lost its value, she foolishly adds, it “could be more than 10,000 or less than 10,000.”

At Arizona State University her Ph.D dissertation was titled, “Hispanics’ and Undocumented Immigrants’ Perceptions of Procedural Justice, Legitimacy, and Willingness to Cooperate with the Police: An Assessment of the Process-Based Model of Policing.”

No wonder she’s the newspaper’s go-to gal.

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AZ Gov.Ducey honors two liberals at Grand Canyon

April 5, 2018

Former U.S. Rep. Mo Udall, an Arizona Democrat from a political family, was known for his liberal views which he sold with his legendary humor. RINO McCain, lacking any sense of humor, and always bonding with far leftists, tried to force feed us liberal positions on everything from amnesty for illegals to campaign finance regulations specifically designed to mute Republican candidates.

After Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton’s announcement naming the newly remodeled Terminal 3 at Sky Harbor International Airport in honor of Arizona’s Senior Senator (ASS) John McCain, it wouldn’t be much of a leap to rename the Grand Canyon. That could be next, as talk swirls about the possibility of Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey appointing himself to what is expected to be the soon to be vacant U.S. Senate seat. McCain is seriously ill, suffering from what his Mayo doctors have described as “an aggressive form of brain cancer,” and hasn’t been seen in months.

Ducey is a longtime associate and admirer of John McCain. When he arrived in Phoenix to attend Arizona State University, he worked at Hensley & Co., the Anheuser-Busch distributorship owned by Cindy Hensley McCain. and developed a long-lasting bond with the McCain’s.

Phoenix’ liberal mayor Greg Stanton, now a candidate for the U.S. House in Congressional District 9, enthused over McCain last November, as noted in our postFlying into McCain?Playing politics for all it’s worth, Stanton obviously thinks that praising the self proclaimed “Maverick,” will win him squish votes in the competitive district.

He might be on the right track. Like John McCain and Jeff Flake, Stanton endorsed Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential primary. At least Stanton, a committed liberal, ran as a Democrat and his endorsement was expected. The other two are Republicrat charlatans.


More baloney from McCain’s Cornville compound

March 29, 2018

John McCain, suffering from a virulent form of brain cancer, described by his doctors as “aggressive” when it was first diagnosed in July 2017, has not returned to the U.S. Senate since his appalling thumbs down vote (video) against the “skinny” repeal of Obamacare. That betrayal will be his legacy.

His senate office stopped providing medical updates months ago, though his family assures us he’s making an “amazing” recovery and will be back to work by summer. Previously, daughter Meghan said he was staying out of D.C. due to concerns about catching the flu. With flu season behind us, it’s clear his own serious condition is keeping him at their family compound in Cornville. Meghan and her mother, Cindy, have both denied reports that McCain will resign, which appears to be the only reliable announcement concerning the 81-year-old’s career. No one believes that McCain is manning “his” twitter account, jealously slamming President Trump‘s every move. His office staffers, with no actual jobs to do, busy themselves with keyboard gymnastics.

The latest news regarding Cornville’s most famous resident is that McCain is writing another memoir. “The Restless Wave” authored — not “co-authored” as we are led to believe — by Mark Salter, is scheduled to debut in May:

“In a time when Washington, D.C., and the country is more polarized than it has been for decades, John McCain is the rare public figure who has earned the respect of people on both sides of the aisle,” Simon & Schuster enthused in a release. “He is a model for bipartisanship and political integrity. In his forty years in politics McCain has never been afraid to buck trends or ruffle a few feathers. His words are more important today than ever.”

Obviously Simon & Schuster hasn’t taken the pulse of Arizona elected Republican State and Maricopa County Committeemen who overwhelmingly voted to censure McCain in 2014. In the wake of the embarrassment, his retaliation was brutal.

The New York-based publisher, a subsidiary of CBS Media Corporation slathers it on thickly saying:

“The Restless Wave begins in 2008 with McCain’s presidential campaign and then follows the Senator during his time as a senior Republican lawmaker through the Obama administration, when the country was tested at home and abroad. McCain shares his experiences during the divisive 2016 election and his no-holds-barred opinions on the current developments coming out of Washington. He also discusses the vital challenges from abroad: Russia, NATO, the campaign to defeat ISIS, our ongoing operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, among others. Candid, pragmatic, and always fascinating, John McCain holds nothing back in his latest memoir.”

Nothing but honesty, which has never been his hallmark, and now his own diminished memory.

And let’s not forget that ‘Sally McCain’ is being groomed for the Senate seat currently open due to a face-saving move.  Jeff Flake — with an 18% approval rating — opted not to run for a second term.

‘The conservative in the race is Dr. Kelli Ward.  Another McCain even one named Martha McSally, is a bridge too far. This is an indication of the dung the duo attempted to spread regarding never implemented border security nearly a year and a half ago. Remember, this is the same McCain who deceitfully strolled the border with then-Sheriff Paul Babeu and vowed, with his fingers crossed behind his back, tocomplete the dang fence.”


Arizona Republic praises McSally for border deceit

March 23, 2018

 Enthusiastically compares her lies to those of McCain and Flake

As difficult as it is to believe, the liberal Arizona Republic newspaper editorially accuses senate candidate Martha McSally ofpulling a McCainon the border, while excusing John McCain’s and Jeff Flake‘s flagrant pre-election border deceit by saying, “every politician at some point makes an accommodation to the political winds. And in primary season in Arizona, the battles are fought in the lowlands of the extreme right.”

Take a moment to ruminate on those venomous words aimed at conservative Arizonans and shot at point blank range.

The Republic’s accusation is actually an accolade. No wonder the squish Republicrat, who is sure to win the newspaper’s GOP primary endorsement, is alternately known as Sally McCain. Rest assured they’ll drop her like a hot rock in the General Election when radical Kyrsten Sinema will secure the newspaper’s endorsement.

“In the past,” the editorial board glibly acknowledges, “that has meant moderates like John McCain and Jeff Flake have masqueraded as hardliners on immigration. Even Democrats knew when to go into full border hawk. Former U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords could pound the drums of border protection with the best of them.”

“Now it’s Martha McSally’s turn,” according to the leftist, lie-condoning editorial board.

Seeing Red AZ supports conservative Dr. Kelli Ward for the U.S. Senate. She actually means what she says when she speaks in favor of securing the border.  Meet her as she appears with, and is endorsed by, Dr. Sebastian Gorka:

Thursday, March 29, 2018

Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas,

6333 North Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85250, 

  VIP Reception will be from 5:30 to 7:00 PM and the Main Event will begin at 7:00 PM

(doors open at 6:00 PM).

The invitation can be read here.


Jeff Flake morphs into full blown lunatic

March 21, 2018

Trump hatred has rendered limited, egotist Flake incapable of rational thought as he now dangles threat of presidential impeachment

It’s no secret Jeff Flake is not the brightest bulb in the chandelier. He’s obviously been aware of his own limitations, masking them with a perpetual, and often inappropriate smirk, in an effort to appear affable. His advisers thoughtfully provided him with an issue to run on: cutting earmarks.  He took to it as though nothing else mattered, though it turned out, it didn’t.

First elected in 2001 to the U.S. House out of a religiously friendly East Valley district he held a safe seat, but gave his word that he would only serve for three two-year terms. When the headiness of D.C. became irresistible, he abandoned his pledge with a glib, “I lied,” accompanied by that now infamous smirk.

With major assists from Jon Kyl and John McCain, Flake squeaked into replacing retiring Kyl by a slim 3 percentage points in 2012. By 2018, with an 18% approval rating in his home state, it was clear, even to him, that reelection was beyond his grasp. In a state that overwhelmingly supported Donald Trump for president, Flake’s constant derision of President Trump won him no conservative friends, but made him the darling of the left. He even passed off an anti-Trump slim 140-page diatribe, posing as a book, with a title stolen directly from Barry Goldwater’s iconic, “Conscience of a Conservative.” Since conservatism is a term unfamiliar to Flake, the title is not just a blatant heist, it is a lie.

After making the rounds of leftwing media outlets denouncing Trump, he has become increasingly full of himself, even dangling the possibility of mounting a presidential challenge — preposterous on its face from a man with bottom dragging approval ratings among Arizona voters.

Now Flake has crossed the line from deceitful anti-Trumper to manic psychotic, tweeting impeachment is in order if President Trump fires Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

We are begging the president not to fire the special counsel. Don’t create a constitutional crisis. Congress cannot preempt such a firing. Our only constitutional remedy is after the fact, through impeachment. No one wants that outcome. Mr. President, please don’t go there.

3:04 PM – 20 Mar 2018

Mueller is conducting a politically biased investigation of President Trump relating to a discredited report given the intriguing name of “dossier.” It was authored by Christopher Steele, a former British spy,  financed by the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. FBI agents abruptly stopped using Steele as an informant later that same year after concluding that he had lied to them. Read more by Paul Sperry, in RealClear Investigations.

The salacious but phony report was hand carried to then-FBI Director James Comey, by none other than John McCain, who called Hillary Clinton “a rock star” he could support for president.

McCain is now seriously ill and despite glowing reports from his family, is unlikely to return to the senate, which unfortunately keeps him from being subpoenaed for his integral role in this fraud. If anyone should be investigated, it should be Arizona’s two traitorous senators, who have worked diligently to undermine our president, and never represented the citizens of Arizona as much as they do the illegal aliens to whom they want to give the gift of amnesty and eventual voting rights — rendering the Republican Party, under whose banner each of them has opportunistically run, to historical irrelevance.


Why do perverts contribute to Kyrsten Sinema?

March 19, 2018

U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, CD-9, has gone to great lengths to clean up her image. The foul-mouthed Democrat had a lot to bury before recrafting herself as a soft spoken, sympathetic and attractive candidate who won election despite her acknowledged atheism and bisexuality. 

When sworn in, Sinema who attended BYU but ditched the LDS faith in which she was raised, emulated Keith Ellison, the first Muslim elected to the U.S. Congress. Ellison insisted on using the Koran for his oath. Sinema also refused to take her oath of office on the Bible, opting to place her hand on a copy of the Constitution. Conservative commentator Dennis Prager addresses the consequences of this hubris.

 Sinema not only dropped her harsh demeanor, glasses and weight, she went to great lengths to conceal her closeness to Barack Obama and her previous Cinco de Mayo and May Day greetings in The People’s World Weekly Communist newspaper. She even developed an election-based affinity for our military, which she previously vilified. To no one’s surprise, the pro-amnesty for illegals Sinema was endorsed by the Arizona Republic newspaper.

Using caginess, in the swing district, Sinema a supporter of Obamacare, has learned to turn a phrase for optimum benefit:

“I used to say that I wanted universal health-care coverage in Arizona, which went over like a ton of bricks. Turns out, Arizonans hear the word ‘universal’ and think ‘socialism’— or ‘pinko commie.’ But when I say that I want all Arizonans to have access to affordable, quality health care, Arizonans agree wholeheartedly. Same basic idea, different language.”

As a member of the AZ legislature and an  early supporter of same-sex marriage, she mockingly blasted women who devote themselves to their families rather than working outside the home. Her crude comment was: “These women who act like staying at home, leeching off their husbands or boyfriends and just cashing the checks is some sort of feminism because they’re choosing to live that life. That’s bulls**t. I mean, what the f**k are we really talking about here?” Following the spirit of unity Dems claim to embrace, Sinema derided conservatives as“Neanderthals.”

 Read more about her in this Sept. 2012 SRAZ post, titled, Kyrsten Sinema: “Far-left radical AZ CD 9 Dem exposed.” Sinema is pictured with her far left gal pal, Janet Napolitano.

Now for the second time she’s had to unload a sizable campaign contribution from questionable sources, as reported in the local newspaper. The most recent was nearly $34,000 from Ed Buck, (born Buckmelter) the homosexual rights advocate who waged a recall war against Republican former Gov. Evan Mecham, initiated before he even assumed office. Buck was found with a dead, naked house guest who died of a methamphetamine overdose while watching male porn on a mattress on Buck’s living room floor, casting a taint on his contribution.

In April, Sinema had to ditch the $53,400 she received from those with ties to Backpage.com, a website that authorities say knowingly accepted ads offering sex with underage girls.

 Sinema’s appeal to perverts should raise the antenna of every rational voter in the state. Sinema is now running for the AZ U.S. Senate post soon to be vacant through the forced retirement of Jeff Flake, whose 18% approval rating convinced Flake he was unelectable in Arizona.  Flake remains arrogant enough to talk about considering a presidential bid to unseat President Donald Trump in 2020.

 Dr. Kelli Ward, the lone conservative in the U.S. Senate race, deserves our vote and support. She has what it takes to make us proud.


Jeff Flake OK as a “globalist,” but WH takes heat

March 18, 2018

Double standard exists for liberals and Republicrats while Trump staff irrationally smeared as anti-Semites

The link received in an email was too compelling to resist. AOL News, flexing its decidedly anti-Trump muscle, contemptibly refers to an “anti-Semitic term” used during a White House staff meeting. Pulled in by what appears to be a vulgarity, imagine the surprise to read the word that so offends the delicate sensibilities of the left-wing media. Simple sleuthing found the charge originated at the HuffPost with this headline: “This Anti-Semitic Term Was Casually Used At The White House 3 Times This Week.”

The pejorative word, worthy of such hyperventilation by AOL and HuffPost?

Sit down before you fall down.  The offensive word is ….“globalist.”

It’s a term Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake, a dedicated ‘Never Trumper,’ says he embraces.

In his book with the stolen title, Conscience of a Conservative, soon- to-be-out-the-door Flake writes,

“Seemingly overnight, the word globalist became a grave insult among people in my party who also call themselves ‘conservative.”  He continues, “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.”

But the well-named HuffPost hyperventilates, huffing “the term ‘globalist’ has been used at the White House at least three times this week in reference to an outgoing Jewish Trump administration official, raising some eyebrows because the word is increasingly used in xenophobic and anti-Semitic contexts.”

Says who?

And  if that’s the case — which we dispute — why did these liberals give Jeff Flake a pass?

The answer is liberals and Republicrats function under a different set of standards than conservatives, who are always blameworthy. Remember that the next time you open your mouth. And don’t make the mistake of a D.C. mayor’s employee fired (and ultimately rehired when the word was researched) for using the word ‘niggardly,’ rooted in the Old Norse verb ‘nigla,’ which means “to fuss about small matters.” If you’re a guy don’t compliment a female co-worker about anything or the #MeToo police will be bringing you a box to put your desk contents into as they accompany you doing the perp walk out the door.

It’s a new world, folks.  One in which you’re apt to be found guilty for nothing, especially if you’re a conservative.