Why is open borders fan Soros backing Paul Penzone & Diego Rodriguez?

October 24, 2016

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has a multi-billionaire opponent shoveling copious sums of cash into the effort to defeat him in his reelection bid. Oddly, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery has the same opponent.

Democrat Paul Penzone, the tough dude who roughed up his former estranged wife in a fit of temper several years ago, isn’t the affluent one. It’s his far leftist benefactor, George Soros, a committed open borders proponent who is the guy with the big bucks.  Soros has bankrolled the ‘Maricopa Strong’ Political Action Committee to the tune of $300,000. The group’s been cranking out dishonest mailers timed to land in Valley mailboxes to coincide with early ballots.

For Paul Penzone, a former Phoenix police officer to have caught the attention of  socialist global player and radical megalomaniac George Soros, raises more questions than there are answers. Back in 2011, Human Events polled its readers and  listed theTop 10 Reasons George Soros Is Dangerous,” referring to him as “the single most destructive leftist demagogue in the country.” Discover the Networks has a Guide to Soros’ Networks. Be sure to acquaint yourself with the header over each section of bullet points, for an insight into what his actual agenda is

The local newspaper, long bonded to unrestrained illegal alien crossings on Arizona’s sieve-like southern border has endorsed Penzone over Arpaio. It plays down the unseemly involvement of George Soros, though noting that he was listed as the sole contributor to the high dollar PAC. Penzone denies coordinating with Soros, which would be illegal. The mystery is how Penzone who lost to Arpaio in 2012, caught the attention of the unsavory tycoon with a penchant for destroying America on every level.

In the race for Maricopa County Attorney, incumbent Bill Montgomery, is being challenged by an unknown Democrat also funded by George Soros. Phoenix attorney Diego Rodriguez says he represents change.

The change he represents is demonstrated solely by Soros’ involvement in prosecutor’s races throughout the country, as he promotes laxer criminal prosecution.

Among the myriad groups funded by Soros is Black Lives Matter, which engages in flagrant destruction, torching of businesses and cars, including police vehicles and dangerously blocking main thoroughfares impeding the passage of emergency vehicles.  Most importantly, BLM has incited violence against police. Officers have been ambushed and slaughtered by its cowardly members.

If elected, we can only imagine how Paul Penzone and Diego Rodriguez would express their gratitude for George Soros’ generosity.


Leftist billionaire George Soros targets AZ races

October 17, 2016

Soros’ focus on electing lenient prosecutors and law enforcement

This site has not always seen eye-to-eye with Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery. His coziness with the establishment wing of the Republican Party is often repellent. His desire to be a kingmaker via his incessant endorsements is unbecoming his position.

But Montgomery is absolutely on target as he — teaming here with Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk and DPS Director Frank Milstead — exposes the disastrous recreational marijuana debacle on the ballot as Proposition 205.

And for his efforts to get the truth out about the catastrophic damage attached to this nightmarish issue and its far-reaching consequences, he is being targeted by radically leftwing billionaire George Soros.  So, for that matter, is Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Soros, who abhors sovereign borders, is funding rough ‘er up Democrat Paul Penzone, who was put on administrative leave for his violence against his then-estranged wife and was unable to possess firearms — making it difficult to carry out his duties as a police officer. 

A generous Hillary Clinton and John McCain supporter, George Soros is also dropping $ millions successfully supporting liberals in prosecutor races throughout the United States, with all but one of his liberal candidates winning.  Politico reports on George Soros’ quiet overhaul of the U.S. justice system

His focus on Arizona law enforcement officials has been flying under the radar.

John McCain has been a recipient of Soros’ tainted, strings-attached money since 2001. In Jan. 2014, Seeing Red AZ posted John McCain cavorts with pal George $oros, exposing the deep ties McCain has cultivated with the extremist, America-hating, anti-capitalist. Hillary Clinton is another sell-out in exchange for bag loads of cash. Our fact-filled post, By George! McCain & Hillary have a lot in common connects all the dots

Find out more about George Soros at DiscoverTheNetworks.org: A Guide to the Political Left.

Yes. This is a lot of reading for a Monday morning, but do it. Our future depends on making informed choices.


AZ Republic glowingly endorses abuser for sheriff

October 13, 2016

Arpaio’s flawed challenger Paul Penzone funded by radical leftist billionaire George Soros who despises national borders

It’s no secret the open borders crew at the left-wing Arizona Republic have a vendetta against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. They’ve spent years bashing him, advocating for his defeat and hurling invectives his way. The in-tandem assaults are most often done as three prong attacks, using contrived stories masquerading as news reports, backed with hits from the two compliant columnists and a vicious cartoon thrown in, depicting career lawman Arpaio as a bozo with a badge.

This is the newspaper’s modus operandi.

No one listens to the rants from the newsosaur, which serves a diminished demographic of those who prefer day-old news in their driveway to the instantaneous internet. An endorsement from the Republic has increasingly become a political kiss of death. Much to their dismay, popular Sheriff Joe Arpaio continues to get reelected, despite the pre-primary endorsement of Dan Saban — who, as a Democrat, had previously lost to Arpaio and reprised that performance, this time as a newly minted Republican. The facile party switch was worthless. He still lost.

Now we see that the newspaper has turned its editorial page into the comics page. After going ballistic over Donald Trump’s decade-old taped private guy talk conversation, which we now know to have been intentionally leaked, the newspaper treats a violent man with a penchant for roughing up his former wife to its endorsement.

Where they are all too happy to pile on Donald Trump for words, the editorial board is more than willing to give Paul Penzone a pass for actions that resulted in orders of protection. In the weakest finale, the newspaper says “Penzone wants to try.  Voters should give him the chance.” 

The citizens of Maricopa County deserve more than problem-plagued retread candidate “trying” to do the tough work in one of the nation’s largest counties, in a state abutting the sieve-like border. He’s never uttered a word of commitment to doing so in either his previous or current campaign.

Sheriff Arpaio has been endorsed by the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association, The Arizona Police Association, Arizona Association of Detention Officers, and National Border Patrol Council, representing the nearly 3,000 rank and file men and women of the U.S. Border Patrol in the Tucson Sector. Most importantly, he has repeatedly been endorsed by the voters of Maricopa County

Read Sheriff Joe’s impressive bio. Vote for him secure in the knowledge you’re voting for the best man for the job — Sheriff Joe Arpaio


Paul Penzone: Facts get in his way as he challenges Sheriff Arpaio

October 1, 2016

This is a redacted copy of the March 18, 2003 Glendale Police report referred to in a campaign ad that is garnering protests from Maricopa County Sheriff candidate Paul Penzone. At the time this report was filed, Penzone was employed as a Sergeant with the Phoenix Police Department.

Penzone, a Democrat, challenging Republican Sheriff Joe Arpaio for a second time, claims Arpaio’s television commercials drawing attention to the two count criminal offence of domestic violence against his then-wife, Susan, is unfair.

Indignant Penzone has hired a lawyer, righteously alleging the allegations contained in the police report are “defamation, old and untrue.” Since when do the police agencies take time to file “untrue” reports against one of their own? And does the passage of time lessen the crime? The couple was living separately and had filed for divorce. Rarely is this a time of cordiality. But facts are facts. In the intervening years both parties have remarried and their son is now an adult. For whatever reason, Susan has now backed off her charge of being roughed up by Paul.

The people of Maricopa County still have every right to expect our law enforcement personnel will enforce the law, not break it.

Penzone touts his liberal endorsements, including “Republicans” such as Grant Woods and Jerry Lewkowitz a nearly 90 -year-old former Phoenix city councilman, who are tucked in among the myriad left-wing labor unions and political Hispanic advocacy groups.

Laurie Roberts, a columnist in the daily newspaper, who has full employment taking the side of victims of abuse, has taken a left turn, calling the commercials “despicable.”  Roberts concludes her column with the reliable slur used by the newspaper, writing Arpaio is “nothing but a politician.” That was the same description editorially used to negatively describe Jeff Flake. While running for the U.S. senate, Flake deceptively employed political expediency, briefly backing off his commitment to amnesty to get elected. The newspaper needlessly went apoplectic. Flake, partnering with amnesty proponent John McCain, reverted to his old shenanigans as soon as the ballots were counted.

Seeing Red AZ stands with Republican career law enforcement professional, Sheriff Joe Arpaiowho does the job Maricopa County citizens elected him to do for six consecutive terms. He speaks plainly and speaks the truth. It’s not difficult to understand. 


“Coordinated” attacks: Don’t call them terrorism

September 19, 2016

Despite increased evidence of terrorism, political correctness still reigns supreme

Over the weekend mayhem erupted in several unrelated locations. A bomb placed in a construction dumpster in New York City’s Chelsea district Saturday night injured 29 people, blowing out windows and causing numerous evacuations of nearby buildings. Though NYC’s leftist Mayor Bill de Blasio conceded the explosion was an “intentional act,’’ he waffled on any connection to terrorism until his appearance this morning on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”  It’s certainly leaning more in the direction that this was a specific act of terror.

“A specific act of terror?”

Three hours after the blast, a second device was found four blocks away, a pressure cooker that investigators also identified as a bomb. Pressure cookers were used by the Boston Marathon bombers, killing three people and injuring at least 264 others — many seriously — on April 15, 2013. A pressure cooker device was also used in a failed jihadist plot to attack New York’s Times Square in 2010.

Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, a naturalized citizen from Afghanistan, sought in connection with this NYC bombing is thought to be part of a terror cell. He was captured this morning following a shootout with police, after being identified by his cell phone left at the at the site of the unexploded pressure cooker.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo noted that the explosion hadn’t been linked to an international terrorist group, but rightly concluded, “A bomb going off is generically a terrorist activity.” Cuomo missed the point that terrorism doesn’t have to  have international roots. Homegrown terrorism is a reality.

Barack Obama, who referred to the Fort Hood massacre as “workplace violence,” has remained mute. In 2010, Nidal Hasan, a devout Muslim U.S. Army major and psychiatrist, slaughtered 14 people (one an unborn child) and wounded 30 on the Texas Army base, as he shouted “Allahu Akhbar!” (Allah is greater!)

For unadulterated foolishness, this takes the cake:  Saturday evening police responded to calls of multiple shootings and stabbing victims inside s mega-complex shopping mall in St. Cloud, Minnesota. This BNO news coverage should be in the running for the Politically Correct Award of the Year for reporting, “It was not immediately clear whether the stabbings were linked to terrorism.”  This followed St. Cloud Police Chief Blair Anderson saying, “The individual made some references to Allah and we have confirmed that he asked at least one person if they were Muslim before he assaulted them.”

An explosion shook the Elizabeth, New Jersey train station early Monday, where local and federal authorities were investigating a suspicious package. The blast went off as a bomb robot was examining a device inside a backpack under the train tracks around 12:40 a.m. Information was still sketchy in this NJ.com 1:20 AM report.

Micah Halpern, writing for the Observer cogently sums the reluctance to call terrorism by its rightful name in this commentary, “Explosive Language: Call the New York Bombing Terrorism Already.

Along with calling terrorism by its rightful name, we finally need to shut down immigration from terror sponsoring nations. Obama is flooding the U.S. with hundred of thousands of unable to be vetted “refugees,“ and Hillary Clinton has pledged to continue this self destructive lunacy.

Political correctness be damned.

 


Joe Arpaio targeted by leftist open borders billionaire Soros

September 15, 2016

Radical open borders supporter George Soros funds McCain and Hillary

The Drudge Report links to a 3 TV story detailing the latest low point in Arizona politics.  Just when conservatives think it’s impossible for the establishment to sink to a deeper nadir, we are reminded that John McCain still lurks in the seamiest depths of the political realm. Case in point, the entry of McCain and Hillary backer — multi-billionaire tycoon George Soros. The radical leftist now has Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in his sights as he funds problem plagued challenger, Democrat Paul Penzone. This is Penzone’s second attempt to bring down the popular Arpaio. In the recent Primary Election, Joe Arpaio was met with a repeat challenger and party switching Democrat Dan Saban, who fared badly as a faux Republican, carrying only 26.88 % of the vote to Arpaio’s 65.40%. There were two other also-rans in the race. In the August Primary, the Democrat Party backed Penzone’s opponent.

Soros’ entry into the Maricopa County Sheriff’s race is by no means a stand alone aberration. His Safety and Justice national PAC is a syndicate with long tentacles reaching into law enforcement races in various states, including Illinois, Florida, New Mexico and Texas. He is even funding the expansion of Europe’s “refugee” crisis, declaringnational borders are the obstacle.”

Like his associates and benefactors of his largess John McCain and Hillary Clinton, Soros is an open borders agent, who refers to illegal aliens as migrants. That’s why they get his money and Sheriff Joe Arpaio receives his wrath. John McCain has called his friend Hillarya rock star.”

The name of the game these days is to run high dollar vicious ad campaigns with innocuous sounding names. Grassroots Arizona, based in the DC environs, and which has nothing to do with either grassroots GOP activists or Arizona, was the vehicle used to drag John McCain across the primary finish line by ludicrously accusing challenger Dr. Kelli Ward of risking our national security and having a weak record on defeating Islamic terrorism. It mattered not that Ward, a family practice physician, and former two term state senator was not in a position to vote on matters of national security in the state legislature. She is also a military wife whose husband Col. Michael Ward has served voluntary tours in Kuwait, Iraq and Turkey. He is the Arizona National Guard State Air Surgeon.

Another PAC carrying the vaguely Socialist sounding moniker of Citizens for a Working America, mailed out oversize, full-color and high quality glossy stock fliers encouraging votes for the “real conservative, grassroots slate” of Precinct Committeemen, in an attempt to oust the actual conservatives in precincts statewide. The method was overfilling the allotted positions with McCain cohorts. What’s the point you ask?  

Precinct Committeemen elections are crucial since it is the elected committeemen who elect the intra-party leadership. Having conservatives in these posts hinders the efforts to have compliant stooges voted in to do the biding of the Republicrat honchos, who invariably push for amnesty immediately after they are reelected — though they campaign as committed agents of border security. Retired Sen. Jon Kyl, now a DC lobbyist, engaged in these same deceptive practices in 2012, sending out postcards with his grinning mug on them, as he undercut hardworking conservative PCs.

It’s doubtful the AZ GOP establishment controlled by McCain ally Robert Graham will throw Sheriff Arpaio a lifeline against the liberal Democrat. Let’s be sure we do. Think of your vote as a life jacket. Encourage your friends and neighbors to vote for this good man who has spent his career protecting the citizenry both locally as sheriff and globally with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration.


Sonora Del Norte bears the Mark of McCain

August 31, 2016

National Review Online wasted no time in sending this bizarre Post-Primary Valentine to John McCain.

Alexis Levinson, no doubt with a substantial dose of No Doz, posted an article at 4:00 am and quoted GOPe Maven Charlie Black, “John [is] the best campaigner in the state and he could raise unlimited money if he needed to.” Black’s rosy assessment may bring the reflexive nods of the Washington insiders and Establishment types, but Arizonans know better.

First, McCain could NOT raise unlimited funds for the 2016 GOP Primary. The only way he came up with $30 Million to defeat JD Hayworth in 2010 was to take advantage of a campaign finance “loophole,” and raid the Taxpayer Matching Funds in the 2008 Presidential Campaign Fund. The irony of the one-time Champion of Campaign Finance Reform (“This money corrupts us all,” he said in 2000), exploiting a technicality to tap into the treasure of government subsidized largesse demonstrates the cockroach-like survival skills of Arizona’s senior senator.  McCain, devoid of principle, has a pathological need to remain in power. Still, he raised what was needed to run another TV campaign this time around.

Secondly, “Geriatric John” is NOT the “best campaigner in the state.” That distinction belongs to yesterday’s second place finisher, Dr. Kelli Ward. Though she was unable to raise the funds needed to win; she carried some of the rural counties and finished with a higher percentage of the vote against McCain than Hayworth did in 2010. Moreover, she did it with a pair of “McSpoilers” on the ballot. As noted here before, Alex Meluskey deserves no accolades for his late withdrawal; in fact, he suspended his campaign only after the ballots were printed — guaranteeing his presence would do the desired damage to Ward’s viable challenge.

And, what to make of “Van the Radio Man,” Clair Van Steenwyk? As in sitcom plots of old, it appears that “Van” picks up a radio signal through previous dental work — but unlike those black-and-white screenplays, only Van hears the message, and it always tells him: “Run…Run…RUN!!!” This year, he outdid himself, making the senate ballot, while simultaneously challenging Rep. Trent Franks for congress. Such feverish activity must make 2010 “McSpolier” Jimmie Lee Deakin scratch his balding pate in confusion. If Deakin had only petitioned a run for Congress as well as the Senate, maybe “McFunds” could not only have helped pay the mortgage on his foreclosed residence, but finance a Pinetop vacation home as well.

Now, the Legislature must pass a “Van Steenwyk Law,” spelling out in no uncertain terms that candidates can only run for a single office at a time. Of course, if it does so and Gov. Ducey  signs it, don’t look for the Secretary of State to enforce it. Michele ( I am in no way like Ronald) Reagan has ridden her maiden name to electoral success for over a decade. Unfortunately, her victories at the ballot box have not enhanced her humility. In fact, she has developed an arrogant disdain for the voters that mirrors the mindset of Arizona’s two U.S. Senators. Perhaps that’s why she engaged in such transparent aid to the McMachine, announcing that her office would NOT enforce the anti-ballot harvesting law now on the books in Arizona, opening the door to a ballot harvesting operation employed by Team McCain Tuesday.

That non-enforcement stance was also assumed by Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell — but unlike Reagan, Purcell’s name was on the ballot yesterday — and she paid the price for her declared adherence to laxity.  Her challenger Aaron Flannery prevailed. Accuracy compels us to note that it was not only Purcell’s non-enforcement, but her clueless approach to the earlier Presidential Primary that had voters waiting in mile-long lines, that ensured her political demise. Purcell stayed too long, but in a sense, you can’t blame her. After all, McCain wore out his welcome long ago, but still prevailed yesterday for the reasons outlined above.

One of the few bright spots yesterday was the convincing Primary victory of Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Neither the McMachine, nor The Arizona Repugnant, nor the Obama Justice Department could pry loose the allegiance Maricopa County voters have for “America’s Toughest Sheriff.”

The same Democrats who reverently and repeatedly mentioned McCain’s name during their National Convention will take a more conventional approach and spend big to put an actual registered Democrat in the senate instead of an inconsistent one. Conservatives should display the same interest in the outcome of the November senate race that McCain has shown them for all these long years: NONE.

Unfortunately, the AZ GOP remains the “McMachine.”  It may take a Democrat senate win to start the process of real reform. That and a credible challenge to smirking Sen. Jeff Flake as well as problematic Secretary of State Michele Reagan in 2018.

Otherwise, National Review Online will one day write of a name change in these parts. A future Arizona will one day be known as “Sonora Del Norte,” courtesy of the “Mark of McCain.”