Kyrsten Sinema is up against it now

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I cannot imagine how it must feel in this highly charged moment to be Senator Kyrsten Sinema. Sinema will likely lose even more support in the upcoming weeks and months. This is because her face will now be the face of the female who turned her back on women – all women.

Throughout history, great women have influenced our discourse, gone into the pages of history for their extraordinary accomplishments, and changed lives through their very mighty existence.

Sinema is the exact opposite. She will go down in history, yes, but for a different reason. She will be remembered as the Benedict Arnold of the Democratic party. She will forever be viewed as the woman who set women’s rights back decades.

She will be remembered as a coward.

Her name will be in the pages of history books — as the one who would carry the water for men who seek to steal the souls of women everywhere.

How shaming a legacy. Yet, I am not sure this woman can feel shame.

What will she say in later years when asked to defend her position?

How much lower can her popularity go?

Sinema must know she can’t run and win in 2024 now. It just won’t be possible.

Perhaps she does not plan to run anyway. Perhaps she will take some cushy Lobbying job.

But who will have her? Who will trust her? And how could it ever compare to being a Senator and having the ability to change lives? Unless she acts now and votes with the Democrats to remove the filibuster, Senator Sinema’s walk of shame will go on for eternity.

I do not believe that will happen. Already, she is doubling down on her insane rhetoric. But she is alone. The GOP would never want her. They wouldn’t trust her.


She is now seen as what she is — a turncoat of the worst kind. A woman who stands for everything that Feminism is against. A woman to be scorned. The Scarlet letter on her forehead is a giant T — for traitor. If Sinema wants to save her career, she will have to do some heavy lifting. I do not see her as having the fortitude to do it. I hope I’m proven wrong.

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