Krysten Sinema Shows Utter Disgust For Arizona in March 2018 Speech
Taliban sympathizer and ‘anti-war’ activist Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) who is running for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), expressed her utter disgust with Arizona in a speech given in March of this year. Sinema is running against war veteran Rep. Martha McSally (R-AZ).
Video of Sinema’s speech shows her twisting her face into a look of sheer disgust when she mentions running for the the state House and then state Senate in Arizona. Sinema then boasts that she won.
Video clip posted by the National Republican Senate Committee on Thursday:
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A different edit was posted by The Reagan Battalion:
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The Washington Free Beacon reported the details on the speech:
Sinema was speaking at the Federation of American Hospitals Public Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. when she acted as if she couldn’t believe she ran for office in Arizona.
“I wanted to make a larger impact and create lasting change for Arizona’s women, seniors, veterans, families, and so I ran for the State House and State Senate,” Sinema said, and while making a questioning gesture with her hand and a seemingly disgusted facial expression, she added, “in Arizona. Right?”
Sinema was a leftist ‘anti-war’ activist in the 2000s who has marketed herself as a moderate Democrat to get elected. But time after time she takes the ‘moderate’ mask off in speeches to fellow liberals and shows her contempt for the people of Arizona. This current year’s expression of disgust for Arizona makes clear how she feels about the state she is running to represent in the U.S. Senate in next month’s election.