The Arizona Senate race will bring to the country a new Senator, and his name is Ruben Gallego. He must win. We have to do everything in our power to make sure of that. And in that regard, the Arizona former “democrat” — in name only you understand, is having problems.
Kyrsten, ” I can’t figure out who I am or what I stand for” Sinema has been hit with an ethics complaint. This isn’t such a surprise. This is because of the almost 40-page memo, which outlines all the personal tasks and errands Sinema expects her employees to partake in. Never let it be said that Sinema gives a damn about anyone besides herself.
Get groceries. Wait for repair people. Schedule massages. The list goes on. Staff is also asked to schedule her very specific airline reservations. “It’s your job to make her as comfortable as possible.”
A large group of organizations in the nonprofit sector has filed an ethics complaint against her for these very reasons. They accuse Sinema of “abusing taxpayer dollars.” Ya think? In this complaint, they accuse Sinema of being “unresponsive,” “disrespectful,” and “even abusive to her employees.”
This is a huge deal because if Sinema chooses to run again; she will definitely have to answer questions about all of this. Will she get a massage while she’s doing the answering?
And several new polls have shown Gallego is way ahead of her and can win. Also, her constituents are talking more and more about why the woman has not had a town hall in years.
She does not meet with Arizonians. She ignores everybody else needs but her own. And she cannot win an election for senator — no way, no chance.
So what will she do? I have no idea. The woman is just egocentric enough to make another run. In the end though I think she will go wherever the money is.
You must understand that people see different things in their futures. Where some might see peace, happiness, activism, hard work, and friendships, Sinema appears to see — glowing green dollar bills piling up high by her donors and corporate champions. So I predict she will follow the green — follow it over the hills and hopefully far away from Arizonians, whom she has proven she could not care less about.