New video shows her calling Arizona “the meth lab of Democracy.”
Arizona Democrat Rep. Kyrsten Sinema has been running a competitive race for a Senate seat in the state. But a video of her speaking in Texas in 2011 has surfaced which has the potential to do some serious damage.
Guy Benson writes at Townhall:
Hoo Boy: Democrats’ Arizona Senate Nominee Caught on Tape Bashing…Arizona
Yesterday, we touched on the Arizona Senate race, wondering if a new poll showing Republican Martha McSally bouncing out to a six-point lead is an outlier or a trend. The GOP has sought to highlight Democrat Kyrsten Sinema’s past radicalism — she protested the Afghanistan war in a pink tutu, and her organization portrayed American soldiers as murderous skeletons inflicting “US terror” — as well as her biographical…shall we say, enhancements.
But in a blue-tinted year, with Democrats highly motivated, Sinema has held onto a modest lead. It will be fascinating to see whether she will maintain that lead post-Kavanaugh, and after this clip makes its way into the bloodstream, via news coverage and inevitable attack ads:
You can see the video in the tweet below:
— The Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) October 11, 2018
Sinema is asking Arizonans to elect her to represent them. She thinks they’re crazy people and that other states should go out of their way to avoid being like her own constituents. And this speech was delivered well after she undertook her ideological makeover project.
Last night, Tucker Carlson reported on another toxic statement from Sinema. In 2006, she suggested that illegal immigrants who die in the desert trying to reach America are like American soldiers dying in Iraq. Watch:
— The Senate Majority (@NRSC) October 12, 2018
At the time of this writing, Kyrsten Sinema is hanging onto a tiny 0.5 point lead over Republican Martha McSally, according to the Real Clear Politics average of polls.
It’ll be fascinating to see if these new revelations move the needle in the coming days.
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