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McSally Lost Race to Democrat Sinema, Now BOTH Might Be Headed to the Senate

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John Salvatore

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Senator-elect Kyrsten Sinema absolutely hates her state, Arizona.

You’ll see plenty of examples showing as much down below in this article.

In the midterm elections, though, Sinema defeated fellow Congresswoman Martha McSally.

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She’ll take over for retiring RINO Sen. Jeff Flake.

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Former Sen. Jon Kyl was chosen by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey to fill John McCain’s seat.

Now, Kyl says he’s leaving!

U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl will resign from the U.S. Senate on Dec. 31, The Arizona Republic has confirmed, setting up a second appointment by Gov. Doug Ducey to the seat once occupied by the late John McCain.

Kyl wrote: “Thank you for appointing me to the U.S. Senate to fill the vacancy created by John McCain’s death. It has been an honor and a privilege to again serve the people of Arizona.”

When I accepted your appointment, I agreed to complete the work of the 115th Congress and then reevaluate continuing to serve. I have concluded that it would be best if I resign so that your new appointee can begin the new term with all other Senators in January 2019 and can serve a full two (potentially four) years. Therefore, I will resign from the U.S. Senate effective 11:59 p.m. EST December 31, 2018.

Which means…

There is intense interest from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, for Ducey to appoint outgoing Rep. Martha McSally, the Republican who lost to Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema for Arizona’s other U.S. Senate seat. Sinema will be sworn into office Jan. 3.

Republican donors spent millions of dollars McSally’s election effort and likely want to see that investment pay dividends. Ducey and McSally met recently, but it is unclear if there was discussion about a Senate appointment.

68,000 new votes were counted for Sinema Saturday after the election.

From The Hill:

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D) extended her lead over Rep. Martha McSally (R) in the nail-biter race for a U.S. Senate seat in Arizona, after the state’s largest county released new vote tallies Saturday night.

Sinema expanded her lead over McSally to 28,688 votes out of more than 2.1 million cast, a margin of 1.35 percentage points.

Maricopa County, home of Phoenix, disclosed nearly 68,000 new votes on Saturday. Earlier Saturday, Pima, Mohave and Navajo counties all posted new vote tallies as they work through late absentee ballots and early voting.

Eric Holder, the only cabinet-level member in history to be held in contempt of Congress, paraphrased Michelle Obama by saying, “When they go low, we kick ’em.”

They being Republicans.

Sinema must’ve taken Holder’s words to heart, bashing her state left and right.

She was even caught by undercover camera saying you “can’t be talking about gun bans” in Arizona because Arizonans will “actually shoot you.”

In the past, Sinema bashed the U.S. military as zombie-like terrorist slaughterers of the innocent.

She said stay-at-home mothers are “leeches.”

She detests representing Arizona as a Congresswoman, claiming the Grand Canyon state should serve as a “warning symbol.”

She supported a lawyer convicted for aiding a terrorist.

She equated American soldiers’ deaths with those of illegal immigrants.

She claimed Arizona is the “meth lab of democracy.”

WATCH:

She called Arizonans “crazy.”

A vote for Sinema was a vote for a woman who absolutely loathes not only Arizona, but America.

It could not have been more evident.

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Bloomberg Claim Of Being Able To ‘Teach Anybody To Be A Farmer’ Resurfaces; It’s Slammed As Being ‘Embarrassingly Ignorant’

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Democratic presidential candidate and former mayor Michael Bloomberg has been getting raked over the coals for the last few weeks as more and more video footage continues to be unearthed of him saying rather unsavory things that seem to be turning off leftist voters everywhere. First, it was video of him saying rather racist things concerning the Stop and Frisk policy in New York City, then comments about women popped up, then statements about allowing elderly people with cancer to die, and now a comment about him being able to teach anyone to be a farmer. This guy was obviously delusional to even consider a run for president with this kind of stuff in his closet. No amount of campaign spending for commercials is going to save him now. Here’s more from The Washington Examiner: A clip of Bloomberg lecturing at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School in 2016 resurfaced over the weekend and sparked outrage from the Left and the Right on Twitter. In the footage, the former New York City mayor said that people need more “gray matter” to do the technological jobs of the Information Age than those in agrarian or industrial societies. “The agrarian society lasted 3,000 years,” he said. “I could teach anybody … to be a farmer. It’s a process. You dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on top, you add water, up comes the corn. “Then we had 300 years of the industrial society. You put the piece of metal on the lathe, you turn the crank in the direction of the arrow, and you can have a job,” Bloomberg continued. The now-presidential candidate went on to distinguish the “information economy” from all preceding time periods. “The information economy is fundamentally different because it’s built around replacing people with…

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