Prisons release felons as Dem-led states close gun shops

April 1, 2020

Law abiding citizens, many newly jobless and being ordered to self quarantine, are now in even greater peril as the Coronavirus incongruously takes its toll on their safety and that of their families by leaving them vulnerable to criminals.

States with Democrat governors from California to New York are releasing from prison felons charged with violent crimes, claiming the close conditions are breeding grounds for the scourge. At the same time, the pandemic is being used by Second Amendment restrictionists to deem gun shops “non-essential” and in need of being closed.

The unprecedented national quarantine has also bizarrely presented a fertile opportunity for those intent on imposing the leftist’s “Criminal Justice Reform” mandates. Socialist billionaire George Soros has been funneling money to far-left candidates in an effort to overhaul the U.S. Justice System — influencing races for elected District Attorneys (in Arizona they are known as County Attorneys) and county sheriffs. 

One of Soros’ PACs poured $millions into defeating Sheriff Joe Arpaio and installing Democrat Paul Penzone as Maricopa County Sheriff, aided by the left-wing Arizona Republic.  He tried the same tactic against then-Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, who not only won reelection, but was later appointed to the state Supreme Court.

On Friday, a lawsuit was filed in the Central District Court of California challenging the notion that gun dealers were non-essential businesses and must be shut down. Among the plaintiffs questioning the illogical restrictions was the National Rifle Association of America (NRA). Read the legal challenge here.

Thank them by renewing your NRA membership, give them as gifts or join if you are not yet a member.  The NRA stands as a beacon protecting our constitutionally guaranteed freedoms. 


Mark Kelly won’t take PAC $$? Funder $oros bankrolls 2020 Super PAC

March 13, 2020

Arizonans are getting a megadose of fiction from Democrat Mark Kelly, who is mounting a challenge to incumbent Republican Senator Martha McSally. A former two-term member of congress, McSally was an Air Force fighter pilot, and the first woman to lead a squadron in a war zone, making her more than up to the fight.

Kelly’s latest televised campaign ad is shiftiness personified. Portraying himself as a “protector,” (his ad is coincidentally titled “Protect”) Kelly, the unemployed husband of former U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords, zeros in on prescription drug prices which he claims he will lower, a cunning ploy attempting to garner senior citizen votes. Although Mark Kelly has never previously run for office, the Obama cohort is as much of a charlatan as any seasoned Democrat politician.

The takeaway for savvy political observers is his declaration that he will not accept corporate PAC campaign contributions.

Socialist multi-billionaire George Soros, a one-worlder, who disdains sovereign national borders and wants to restrict our rights, controls a horde of them —and has generously funneled big bucks to Mark Kelly. Act Blue is a Soros organization. Politico reports Soros has launched a super PAC for 2020.

Seeing Red AZ wrote this exposé last April. It is more relevant than ever. Reacquaint yourself with,Mark Kelly: Dem $enate challenger’s big con.” Far from Arizona, on the banks of the Potomac, in DC, Kelly is able to ignore his pledge to disassociate with corporate PACs. We listed those in attendance at a single, early, event.

Second Amendment supporters should be aware Kelly heads a gun control money stream group he and his wife founded namedGiffords PAC,* (originally Americans for Responsible Solutions PAC) specifically intended to elect Democrat gun control advocates to public office.

In 2016, the organization spent over $800,000 opposing the re-election bid of Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte who ultimately lost to former New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan, a far left Democrat  by a mere 1,017 votes (about 0.1%). A campaign ad criticized Ayotte’s lack of support for a proposal to expand mandatory federal background checks on private-party firearm sales. The group also endorsed Democrat gun restrictionists in other states.

Giffords and Kelly organized and presented an entire program on gun control at the 2016 Democrat’s National Convention in Philadelphia. They addressed delegates on the future of repressive legislation and gleefully shared their public endorsement of scandal-plagued Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

The 2016 Democrat Party platform on gun control included aggressive measures to expand background checks, repeal the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) that protects firearms manufacturers and dealers from being held liable when crimes have been committed with their products.

The platform also supported limiting the sale of standard capacity ammunition.

Hypocrite Mark Kelly, shown here purchasing guns, including an AR-15 for himself, is nothing more than a slippery leftist with zero credentials. Don’t be conned by the practiced con man.

* Center for Responsive Politics


Pres. Trump ignites enthusiastic Phoenix crowd

February 20, 2020

Reiterates his unequivocal endorsement of Sen. Martha McSally

President Donald Trump swooped in to the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix Wednesday evening to thunderous applause and cheers after speaking earlier in Nevada and California, with a return trip to Las Vegas that same might, where the Democrat debate was an internecine bloodbath — and in advance of Saturday’s Democrat caucus. Rather than being weary from the travel and speeches, he was energized, and that energy ignited the massive crowd inside and the overfill throng of thousands outside the Phoenix arena, some waiting for two days to ensure access to hear President Trump. The coliseum has a seating capacity of nearly 15,000.

He fittingly assessed the party of his strange lot of Democrat opponents, by calling it out as, “The party of high taxes, high crime, open borders, late-term abortion, socialism, blatant corruption, and the total destruction of your Second Amendment.” He contrasted the Republican Party as, “The party of the American worker, the American family, and the American dream!” 

Opening for President Trump were Donald Trump, Jr. and attorney and political analyst Kimberly Guilfoyle, who addressed the eager crowd. He was introduced by AZ GOP chairman Dr. Kelly Ward. When the president took to the stage, the coliseum rocked with roaring appreciation. Pres. Trump recounted some of his accomplishments, such as appointing a record 218 federal judges and nominating two new justices to the U.S. Supreme Court, and the continued construction of the border wall to appreciative cheers as he referred to the strong economy American have enjoyed and the historically highest employment figures.

Joining him at the onset of the event were Gov. Doug Ducey and Arizona’s Republican U.S. Senator Martha McSally. He also introduced the GOP Congressional Delegation of U.S. Reps. Paul Gosar, (CD4); Andy Biggs, (CD 5); David Schweikert, (CD 6); and Debbie Lesko, (CD 8) who spoke to the crowd and named standout AZ state legislators, who joined him on stage.  Former sheriff Joe Arpaio, running for reelection, was greeted by thunderous cheers and applause as he made his way to his front row seat. The president warmly acknowledged our military including a 100-year-old World War II navy veteran, Ervin Julian, who had to be carried into the coliseum, so great was his desire to be on hand to greet President Trump.

Trump repeated, in the clearest of terms, his support for Sen. Martha McSally, saying, Martha McSally has my “complete and total support, and has my endorsement.”

Those words shoot holes through inexperienced and brash Daniel McCarthy’s contention that Trump’s endorsement of McSally was given prior to McCarthy entering the race. McCarthy uses the theme,Demand Daniel,” (interview video) though those who are making that demand must be so far down the rabbit’s hole they are impossible to hear.

President Trump closed his remarks by declaring, “Ladies and gentlemen of Arizona, the best is yet to come!” It’s a cinch to believe his second term will prove his prediction to be flawless.

 


Leftist reporter distressed over Dem Sen. candidate Mark Kelly

February 18, 2020

The sky must be falling.

What else could explain that Seeing Red AZ would agree with anything written by Laurie Roberts, the local newspaper’s former sob-story-queen turned self-styled political maven? Her unfailingly radical skew is as predictably ill-fitting as a left shoe mistakenly forced on the right foot. 

But we have to give Roberts her due for the column titled,Mark Kelly would be OK with Bernie Sanders as president? Yikes,” in which she chastises the Uncle Fester look-alike for not bailing on Bernie.

From her twisted vantage point, extremist and Second Amendment obliterater Mark Kelly, now a Democrat candidate for the U. S. Senate is a moderate. This judgment error nonetheless causes her to hyperventilate and gnash her teeth in horror, since Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, proudly describes himself as a Socialist. In 1988, he and his bride even honeymooned for 10 days in the Soviet Union basking in the glories of Communism following his election as mayor of Burlington, Vermont.

Like the spurned party in a love triangle, Roberts now demands Kelly disavow Sanders, which the smitten Kelly refuses to do.

Count on this: Trump despising Laurie Roberts will end up taking whatever Uncle Fester dishes out. She has nowhere to go. There are no shelters for battered columnists.

The rest of us will stick with the results-producing, pro-life President who has presided over a spectacular economy and the lowest unemployment rates in U.S. recorded history. He’s kept his promises made to the American people, and has put conservative judges on the Federal bench and the U.S. Supreme Court.

 President Trump is returning to Phoenix Wednesday for a “Keep America Great” rally. Those who have attended previous events know the genuine excitement he generates among his supporters. Fortunately, Phoenix attendees won’t have to camp out overnight in snow and rain as was the case preceding his recent appearance in New Hampshire. But we eagerly waited in line for hours in the blistering July heat to hear then-candidate Trump in 2015, and were so energized, we helped put him in the White House.


AZ 2nd Amendment rally at state capitol draws massive crowd

February 16, 2020

One place you can be sure AZ U.S. Senate candidate Mark Kelly didn’t show his face was at the Second Amendment rally at the state capitol Saturday. Far leftist, Soros-supported Kelly, who is running as a Democrat for a U.S. Senate seat occupied by Sen. Martha McSally, is a gun restrictionist, who with his wife, former AZ U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, founded organizations whose ultimate purpose is gun confiscation.

Many of the thousands of attendees at the event wore shirts emblazoned with the words, “Gun control is not about guns, it’s about control.”

Kelly, along with Giffords, runs the major gun control-focused group Giffords PAC,* which between its hybrid PAC and 501(c)(4) nonprofit Giffords,* spent nearly $7 million to aid Democrat congressional candidates, while targeting Republicans in 2018.

This Feb. 2019 SRAZ post,Mark Kelly, AZ gun hypocrite, announces for US Senate,” exposes Democrats and their gun hypocrisy. Breitbart News, following a tip, photographed Mark Kelly making personal gun purchases at a Tucson gun store.

The high citizen turnout at AZ’s 7th annual “Celebrate and Protect the Second Amendment rally was driven by concerns over gun control legislation introduced by Democrats this session intended to limit firearm sales and transfers, expand background checks and ban high capacity rifles. Read Senate Bill 1624.

Gun restrictionist Mark Kelly is challenging Arizona incumbent Republican Sen. McSally. A graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, she previously represented Arizona’s second congressional district for two terms in the House of Representatives. She served 26 years in the U.S. Air Force, retiring in 2010 as a full Colonel. As the first female fighter pilot to fly in combat and first to command a fighter squadron in combat in U.S. history, she respects the unique right we have as American citizens enshrined in the Second Amendment.

Arizonans who value their constitutional based rights understand the importance of this election.

*Center for Responsive Politics


AZ Dems videotaped teaching illegal aliens how to vote

January 29, 2020

Arizona in Democrats’ crosshairs. Republicans must vote smart

The Lid runs a shocking article complete with video substantiation, showing what is taking place in Arizona as AZ Blue 2020 attempts to skew the upcoming election. 

America as we know it, is clearly at a crossroads. Socialists have taken over the Democrat party and will stop at nothing to retain control, even if it means giving illegal alien invaders the means of controlling their party.

Previously deep red Arizona is widely viewed as a “swing state,” which makes supporting President Donald Trump and our incumbent senator and congressional Republicans ever more important.

US Senate: Martha McSally

Congressional District U.S. Representatives:

CD 4: Paul Gosar

CD 5: Andy Biggs

CD 6: David Schweikert

CD 8:  Debbie Lesko

Sen. McSally, a former two-term member of congress, is being challenged by George Soros supported Mark Kelly, the husband of former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. The duo are dedicated to curtailing our Second Amendment Rights through organizations they founded that are committed to gun confiscation.

Kelly and Giffords, close associates of Barack Obama, run the major gun control-focused group Giffords PAC, which between its hybrid PAC and 501(c)(4) nonprofit Giffords, spent nearly $7 million to aid Democrat congressional candidates in 2018.

 Sen. McSally, a retired Air Force fighter pilot and the first woman to lead a squadron in a war zone is a primary focus of the left. Giffords’ PAC has spent large sums opposing McSally. The spending will only intensify as the Dems grow ever more desperate to grab the seat. Socialist billionaire George Soros, hosting events funded by his far-left Act Blue, is all too willing to funnel money to Mark Kelly. The group (then called Americans for Responsible Solutions) spent more than $2 million supporting Democrat Ron Barber against McSally in 2014.

The Kelly/Giffords PAC focuses its efforts on Second Amendment supporting Republicans, removing Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO.) with $2 million in opposition spending and Rep. John Culberson (R-TX) with a $1.2 million ad buy. Money talks. Each of Giffords’ top four opposed candidates lost their election in 2018.

In addition to making independent expenditures, Mark Kelly and Giffords hybrid PAC contributed $263,965* to federal Democrat candidates, during the 2018 midterms. The Kelly/Giffords organization has a major lobbying presence, spending $430,000* in 2018, specially lobbying for gun control legislation. 

Daniel McCarthy, an abysmally ill-prepared political wanna-be, (must watch video) is challenging Sen. Martha McSally, who is unequivocally endorsed by President Donald Trump. Your vote matters…now more than ever.

* Center for Responsive Politics


Virginia senate passes gun ban, confiscation bills

January 19, 2020

This morning we take our readers directly to The Washington Free Beacon news report detailing the gun grab being pushed by Democrat Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam.

You remember him. He’s the radical leftist who practiced medicine as a pediatric neurologist before entering politics and publicly advocated (video) for infanticide in the form of late term and post-birth abortions for babies born alive, if their mothers had a last minute change of mind.

As a Democrat in a deep blue state, Northam also got a pass for a photo on his medical school yearbook page wearing “blackface.”

Now he’s dedicated to gutting our rights granted by the Second Amendment.

This news report by Capital News Service’s Andrew Ringle, details the three gun control bills that have passed the new Democrat controlled Virginia state senate.

SB 35 and SB 69 each passed along party lines with votes of 21-19. SB 70 passed the state Senate with a vote of 23-17, with the support of two Republican senators.

The bills will now be considered by the House of Delegates.

This report illustrates the importance of electing constitutional conservatives who have a deep understanding of what our nation’s Framers provided us and why.