It's been quite the week for Democrat Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema, who is running for Republican Jeff Flake's Senate seat.
First, she was exposed for comparing illegal aliens crossing the border to U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq. Then, we found out she called Arizona residents "crazy." Now, another unearthed video shows Sinema calling Arizona the "meth lab" of democracy. The comments were made at the far left conference Netroots Nation in 2010.
Lets hope the three strikes rule applies here.
Sinema's opponent, U.S. Airforce veteran and Republican Congresswoman Martha McSally, is all over it.
So is the RNC:
Democrat Kyrsten Sinema protested US troops in a pink tutu.— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) October 11, 2018
She says stay-at-home moms are “leeching off of their husbands.”
Now she’s caught on tape calling Arizona the “crazy” state.
She has no business representing Arizonans in the Senate. #AZSenpic.twitter.com/TlBYEVXwkA
A tip for Democrat candidates in tight races...— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) October 11, 2018
If you want to win, it's not advisable to call your state "crazy"!
Dem nominee Kyrsten Sinema was caught calling Arizonans "crazy". Meanwhile, polling shows Republican nominee @MarthaMcSally w/ a +6 lead!https://t.co/6i6YWKholL
A recent ABC/Ohio Predictive Insights poll shows McSally ahead of Sinema by six points.