Nary a day passes where we are not further exposed to Kyrsten Sinema’s partisan disloyalty in one form or another. From being rude in the presence of President Biden by refusing to mask up, to questioning anything remotely progressive while calling herself a Democrat, we have been subjected to the worst of internal dissension, largely due to this one woman.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema privately praised Rep. Andy Biggs months after the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol many suspect he helped stoke, and she questioned why she needed to wear a mask in an early 2021 meeting with President Joe Biden, a new book says.
'I love Andy Biggs': Book says Sen. Kyrsten Sinema praised him after Jan. 6. In a passage about negotiations over Biden's stalled "Build Back Better" agenda, authors Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns, both reporters for the New York Times, use unnamed sources to describe a September fundraiser Sinema attended with Republican-friendly business groups.
“I come from a fiscally conservative state,” she said, according to the book. “And I’m interested in maintaining pro-growth tax policies that ensure that we can get through this pandemic without losing ground. “Arizonans don’t like taxes, and we don’t really like government. We love our country. And we love our military. And that’s about where it ends.”
Let us think about Andy Biggs for a moment, that Sinema supposedly loves. What kind of company does he keep?
(Marjorie Taylor Greene) nabbed endorsements from Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.), the chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus; Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), one of President Donald Trump’s closest allies on Capitol Hill; Rep. Jody Hice (R-Ga.), a Freedom Caucus member and former pastor who rescinded his endorsement the day after this story was published; and the House Freedom Fund, the political arm for the Freedom Caucus. Jordan said he disagreed with her statements but did not pull his endorsement. Biggs did not respond to a request for comment for this story.
Then of course there is Biggs and his well-documented history of making apologies for the Stars n’ Bars.
Three of Arizona's four House Republicans voted Tuesday against banning Confederate statues from the U.S. Capitol in an issue shaped by the Jan. 6 riot and GOP pushback on discussing systemic racism.
Reps. Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar and Debbie Lesko were among the 120 Republicans who opposed a bill that the House of Representatives passed 285-120.
Aside from the ignorant generalizations about Arizona’s political philosophy, which, by the way, are outdated and misinformed, we in Arizona can only count the days until we are able to send Ruben Gallego into the primaries to either end her career, or more likely, put an exclamation point to her retirement, as it is extremely unlikely she will pursue re-election, unless she were to switch parties entirely.
That might be her move, however the right wing would probably not even consider nominating her given the fact that the Arizona Republican party is on a political march to see how fast they can simultaneously jump off of an electoral cliff.
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