Dem Running for Arizona Senate Seat Portrayed US Soldiers In The Most Disgusting Manner

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, who is running for Senate in Arizona, was part of the Bush anti-war movement. She and her fellow liberals portrayed US soldiers as terror spreading skeletons. She is just another radical liberal who believes that the United States is the root of all evil.

She is leading in almost every poll. Are the people of Arizona really supporting this rabid, American hating liberal? Why? Most of the people I have ever met from Arizona love this country and what we stand for. (Like the National Anthem) I find it hard to believe she has so much support in the red state of Arizona.

“I was thinking, “oh, how bad could it b-oh, man, that’s bad.”

The Daily Caller reports:


Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, the Democratic nominee for Senate in Arizona, led an anti-war group that portrayed American soldiers as skeletons waging “terror” in the Middle East.

Local to Global Justice, a group Sinema co-founded, promoted a 2003 anti-Iraq War protest using flyers that read: “You can help us push back U.S. terror in Iraq and the Middle East.”

The flyers depicted three menacing skeletons, including a gun-toting soldier, looming over a crowd of protesters.

A local anarchist group also participated in the protest, according to CNN, which first reported on the inflammatory flyers.

“Kyrsten comes from a military family and is very proud of her record supporting Arizona’s service members, veterans, and their families,” Sinema spokeswoman Helen Hare told CNN.

While it is true that several America hating candidates will be added to Congress this year, they are all from liberal districts. You would expect a state like Arizona to send a US Senator, who hates out troops to be sent.

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