Sen. Sinema: AZ Republic applauds voting for plumbing over competence

November 18, 2018

Capable women have long impacted Arizona politics, with voters sending Isabella Greenway to Congress in 1932. Lorna Lockwood was the nation’s first female Chief Justice of a state Supreme Court in the 1960’s, Jewel Jordan was elected Maricopa County Sheriff in 1944.  Ana Frohmiller was elected State Auditor in 1926. Read more:

The front page of Sunday’s edition of the local newspaper is topped with a large photo of select past and current women elected to statewide office in Arizona. Centered among them and more prominent than the others in bold color — not muted or in the gray tones used for some, is Kyrsten Sinema their latest heroine, in a bared-shouldered dress. Sinema is the far left, newly elected U.S. Senator, the first woman in that role in the history of Arizona. 

Arizona has been in the forefront of electing women for the better part of the century, since our 1912 statehood. Countless women have served in the state legislature, including Polly Rosenbaum, a Democrat from Gila County, who was in the House of Representatives for 46 years (prior to term limits), until age 95, when she lost due to redistricting.  Republican Barry Goldwater lamented her defeat. Until her last day on the job, she was still taking the stairs rather than using the elevator.

We’ve had had a long list of female Arizona governors, including Rose Mofford, Jane Hull, Janet Napolitano, and Jan Brewer. Five women have held the office of Secretary of State, next in line of succession to the governor. The courts are filled with female judges. Arizona’s Supreme Court has been populated with women, including several who have been Chief Justice.

Lorna Lockwood is notable for being the first woman in the nation to become Chief Justice of a state Supreme Court — serving two terms in that role — after being elected in 1960. Lockwood was born in 1903 in the Arizona territory, passed the bar in 1925 and was a state Legislator and Superior Court Judge before ascending to the Arizona Supreme Court — paving the nearly identical career path Sandra O’Connor eventually took to the U.S. Supreme Court as the first female justice. SRAZ covered this history in 2012 complete with a photo of Justice Lockwood.

Arizona didn’t just fall off a repressive election train. In fact, back in 1944 Jewel Jordan was elected Maricopa County Sheriff. The state treasurer’s office was led by Carol Springer, elected in 1999. It is currently held by Eileen Klein and soon will be under the capable leadership of former state senator, Kimberly Yee.  However, before any of them where ever heard of, Anastasia “Ana” Frohmiller (1891-1971) was elected Coconino County Treasurer in the 1920’s. She became the first woman to serve as State Auditor, an office to which she was elected in 1926. She held that office until 1950 when she ran an unsuccessful campaign for governor against Republican Howard Pyle.

Karan English, Gabrielle Giffords, Ann Kirkpatrick, Martha McSally, Debbie Lesko and Sinema have all been elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. But, Isabella Greenway (1886-1953) preceded them all as Arizona’s first female U.S. Representative. She was elected as Arizona’s sole at-large Representative to the 73rd Congress in 1932. She won reelection in 1934. Greenway Road and several schools are named in her honor.

Yet despite the fact that Arizona women have held elected leadership roles for decades, the Arizona Republic treats the election of Kyrsten Sinema — clearly not the one to brag about (links to a series of revealing posts) — as though electing women is an anomaly.

Elections should be based on ability, not on plumbing. Once again, the Arizona Republic reveals its foolish leftist bonding to political correctness, when Arizona has clearly not fallen in lockstep with that contrivance. Accomplished Arizona women have ably represented the state long before the word “bi-sexual,” Sinema’s chosen identifier, was ever heard of.

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AZ Republic already falling out of love with Sinema?

November 17, 2018

A tabloid-style tale of a short-lived romance

Although the clowns at the Arizona Republic have removed off their pre-election, shiny plastic light bulb noses, oversized shoes and fright wigs — aimed at distracting inattentive voters — they still have the ability to make rational people laugh.

You’ll remember the newspaper endorsed the crude chameleon Kyrsten Sinema for the U. S. Senate. She’s the self-outed bi-sexual version of the now deified “maverick” John McCain who spent his 35-year congressional career lobbing grenades at the same Republican Party under whose banner he calculatingly chose to run and whose funds and energies went into getting him elected.

Overcome by an irrational wave of ecstasy, the newspaper fell into a deep swoon over former Green Party candidate Sinema, who previously sent out May Day and Cinco de Mayo greetings in the Communist Party newspaper. It didn’t ditch her, when in a spectacular turn-around, she dumped her former demeanor to reconfigure herself as soft-spoken, slimmed down blonde who wanted nothing more than to bring people together. Sinema ran from the word, “Democrat,” referring to herself “Independent minded.” 

It was a no-brainer for the left-wing, Hillary-endorsing newspaper to find Sinema’s deceit appealing, as it wildly lavished her with affectionate paeans masquerading as news reports, embraced her with editorial odes and breathlessly nestled alongside her.

Then Shazam! Within a week of her defeating the much more accomplished Republican Congresswoman Martha McSally — the first female fighter pilot to fly in a combat zone and command a Air Force squadron — the smitten newspaper is already tiring of its new squeeze Kyrsten Sinema.

Going for the gold, the newspaper unleashed its whine queen Laurie Roberts — who previously specialized in sob story columns — on Sinema with this headline: “Kyrsten Sinema reneges on her pledge to spurn Chuck Schumer,” followed by: “In her first official act as Arizona’s senator-elect, Kyrsten Sinema already has gone back on her word. Great start.”

Roberts rails in bold type: “McCain bucked his party. She didn’t. If you make a promise, keep it.”

You can tell from her dragon’s breath, Roberts, speaking for the newspaper, is really mad.

And what caused this frenzied rage?  Sinema voted for Chuck Schumer for Senate minority leader after making a campaign promise that she wouldn’t.

Com’mon, Laurie. You might have a little girl name, but it’s time to grow up. Get used to the fruits of your labor. And don’t forget, senate terms are six long years. You can feign being irate for quite a while. It’s known as job security.


Leftist Sinema wins AZ Senate race, heaps praise on McCain

November 13, 2018

…as GOP Congressman Jason Lewis blames McCain for House losses

Citing John McCain as an irreplaceable hero while misspelling “sowing,” Kyrsten Sinema claims victory in the Arizona Senate race. 

Tweeting@kyrstensinema:

“A few months ago, we lost a legend who exemplified all the best of AZ. Sen. McCain is irreplaceable, but his example will guide our next steps. He taught us to assume the best in others, to seek compromise instead of sewing division, & to always put country ahead of party.”

“It won’t be easy, and it won’t happen overnight, but we can work together to meet the challenges our country faces. We can do this differently. For our country, for our future, for Sen. McCain, and for each other I think we must.”

5:49 PM – 12 Nov 2018

Republican Congresswoman Martha McSally (CD-2) conceded Arizona’s U.S. Senate race to Democrat Kyrsten Sinema Monday evening after the latest vote count showed McSally trailing by more than 38,000 votes out of more than 2.2 million ballots cast.

“Congrats to @kyrstensinema. I wish her success,” McSally tweeted from her official campaign account. “I’m grateful to all those who supported me in this journey. I’m inspired by Arizonans’ spirit and our state’s best days are ahead of us.”

Republican U.S. Rep. Jason Lewis (Minn), who lost his re-election bid last week to a Democrat wrote in a Nov.12, Wall Street Journal opinion column that the late U.S. Sen. John McCain, is responsible for GOP losses. The WSJ is subscription onlyThe column is synopsized through a biased lens in the Minnesota Star Tribune. Arizona conservatives will find much to agree with in his remarks.

 Sinema, a political chameleon who has deviously re-created herself — even lying about her childhood to gain sympathy —- is cheered by the media as the first female senator representing the state of Arizona. Going unmentioned in the local and national news is the fact that she is also the first self declared bi-sexual in the U.S. SenateThat was big news when she won the CD 9 House seat. Now it’s been relegated to the back burner, though getting jubilant coverage in The Advocate, an LGBTQ publication.


Project Veritas exposes AZ US Senate candidate Kyrsten Sinema

October 30, 2018

Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe gifts Arizona voters with this video exposé, as Kyrsten Sinema, her campaign manager, staffers and a top donor divulge her strategy of concealing her extremist left views in order to win U.S. Senate election in the state she previously described as “the meth lab of democracy” and whose citizens she called “crazies.”

Campaign Staff Mocks Sinema Platform: “Arizonans values? She’s going to stand up and protect Arizonans values. Whatever the f**k that means,” says Sinema campaign staff in @PVeritas_Action undercover videos which reveal she plays moderate to win over voters.

 Sinema’s Immigration Proposal: “Path to citizenship” for all non-criminals,” in her own words.

 Sinema Campaign Manager: “We can’t be talking about an assault weapons ban. Arizonans will actually shoot you.” Campaign Manager Michelle Davidson describes an incremental approach to gun control.

Top Donor Says: Gun Control “couldn’t be a platform issue…” But Sinema would still vote for it.

Campaign Staff Says: “… she is pro-choice. She is very liberal, she’s progressive.”

 Sinema Donor: Can’t do “anything that’ll alienate any voters… gotta be all Martha McSally is a c**t and uh, and [Sinema is] good.”

SRAZ has written numerous posts exposing deceitful Sinema, who has undergone a chameleon-like transformation while running for the U.S. Senate. Take time to read this recent post which includes what she actually thinks about Arizona voters and revealing links to her lies about her childhood as well as her crude descriptions of stay-at-home moms.

This is a tight race. Voting for well-qualified Congresswoman Martha McSally is an imperative in order to retain a Republican senate majority. The left is working double-time to hamstring President Trump’s ability to get the necessary votes to ensure confirmation of federal judges, U.S. Supreme Court justices and cabinet members, as vacancies occur. Your vote is critically important.


Bias mars AZ U.S. Senate McSally, Sinema debate

October 16, 2018

Debate “moderator” Ted Simons was clearly unable to be impartial as he gave unjustified leeway to Kyrsten Sinema, while restricting Martha McSally

Arizona’s sole U.S. Senate debate was broadcast Monday evening, Oct. 15, co-hosted by the less than objective Arizona PBS/KAET Channel 8 and the Arizona Republic newspaper. 

U.S. Representatives — Republican Martha McSally (CD-2) and Democrat Kyrsten Sinema (CD-9) — are running for Arizona’s U.S. Senate seat vacated by anti-Trumper Jeff Flake, who chose not to wage a reelection campaign based on 18 percent approval ratings. 

The newspaper’s political reporter Maria Polletta and Ted Simons, host of Channel 8’s “Arizona Horizon,” supposedly moderated the debate, though Simon’s partiality toward Sinema was clearly apparent. 

Using her soft, cultivated campaign voice, chameleon Sinema refused to respond to questions deserving of answers, saying, “Martha is trying to make this about me, making ridiculous attacks and what we know is that this campaign is about every day Arizonans and I’ll fight for them.”

When McSally, who identified herself as “pro-life,” pushed for a response Sinema finally admitted she would have voted against the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

But when Martha McSally, (read her full bio) the first female pilot to fly a fighter jet in a war zone and command a fighter squadron in combat, retiring in 2010 as a full Colonel, noted that CNN reported last week that in 2003 Sinema said it was okay for Americans to join the Taliban to fight our military, demanded an apology, Ted Simons rushed to Sinema’s defense — quickly shutting down McSally and ending the contrivance posing as a debate. This can be viewed in the concluding minutes of “the debate.”*

Conservative SRAZ doesn’t claim to be impartial. Because we support Republican U.S. Rep. Martha McSally in this crucial senate race that is being watched nationwide for its impact on the continuation of President Trump‘s winning agenda, we invite our readers to get the rest of the story, by watching TheRealSinema.com for the straight scoop about Sinema.

*Video provided courtesy of ABC 15

 


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:


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.