G. McConway
January 19, 2023

Kyrsten Sinema Gets Lit Up by Liberals Over Forum Outfit

Liberals sure can be brutal when you have crossed them.

During the World Economic Forum, Senator Sinema (I-AZ) wore a bit of a unique outfit, and the liberal base absolutely shredded her over it.

One person likened her to a sheep, and that was the nice one.

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Considering the fact that John Fetterman wears sweat shorts and hoodie, and a top Biden staffer has blue hair, making fun of Sinema's outfit was a bit out there.

However, the hazing of Sinema was probably more due to her leaving the Democrat Party and refusing to side with the rest of Democrats who want to end the filibuster to ram through their legislation.

She and Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) actually touted their stance on the filibuster at the forum.

Manchin asked Sinema, "And we still don't agree on getting rid of the filibuster?" Sinema replied, "That's correct," and high-fived Manchin.

Then the insults started to post…

And they are the nice ones. The liberal horde came out in force to shred her, with attorney Qasim Rashid writing, "After Manchin/Sinema chose to stand w/the GOP & refuse to repeal the filibuster, the child tax credit expired and childhood poverty increased 41%, which meant 3.7 MILLION MORE children were forced into poverty. But yeah, high fives all around. Horrid."

Virtually every big-name Democrat and liberal group when after her with both barrels because, you know, the best way to get her to bend is to keep trashing her.

After leaving the party, Sinema wrote an op-ed, stating, "Americans are told that we have only two choices – Democrat or Republican – and that we must subscribe wholesale to policy views the parties hold, views that have been pulled further and further toward the extremes."

She went on to say that she is not in line with either party, and I would have to agree.

Some have tried to woo her into the GOP, but I think that would be a disaster, and I have said the same thing about Tulsi Gabbard. People like Gabbard and Sinema are perfect sitting right in the middle and will have far more support from the right than they would has a GOP candidate who crosses the aisle on clearly liberal issues.

Let's keep them both as allies when we need them rather than turning them into an internal enemy.

Source: Fox News

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