Even the privacy of a toilet isn’t off bounds for radical dems
Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema was ambushed and harassed by fellow democrats — the local newspaper calls them “activists” — who boorishly followed her into an ASU restroom to harangue her over her failure to support Biden’s indefensible $3.5 trillion spending boondoggle. Sen. Joe Manchin (WV), the other democrat holdout, has also been harassed for his opposition to the massive spending scheme encased in a bill which is 2,456 pages long and will be read by no one.
The fallaciously titled ‘Build Back Better Act’ includes a separate $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill and amnesty for illegal aliens, now compassionately referred to by the left as “migrants.” Brain-dead Biden insists the $multi-trillion bill costs “$0.”
Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D, a former Lt. Governor of New York, recently wrote an exposé posted on Townhall/Finance titled, “Dems’ Multitrillion Scam Bill,” which concisely explains the spending extravaganza that will fiscally burden our great-grandchildren’s great-grandchildren. Take a few minutes to become informed as to what the dems intend to ram down American‘s throats.
Seeing Red AZ is an unwavering conservative site, but we must acknowledge Sen. Sinema and Manchin’s opposition to this spending monstrosity and leftist vote-buying bill. Their actions have frustrated Biden’s handlers since the democrats hold only a single vote senate majority and either senator could sink the legislative overreach. In a display of disdain and to teach a class at ASU (where she was confronted), Sinema returned to Arizona on Friday, infuriating other D.C. dems as she refused to relinquish her crucial vote to the radical left which now controls the democrat party. The newly independent Sinema bares no resemblance to the Green Party member she was when she initially ran for the Arizona State Legislature, finishing last after garnering only 8% of the vote — becoming a democrat in 2004.
Ambitious Sinema’s a quick learner, but her flaccid reliability remains the overarching question.