Bold Strategy, Cotton: Senate Dem Candidate Kyrsten Sinema Shows Her Disdain for Arizona in Recently Surfaced Video

U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., delivers her signatures to Arizona Director of Elections Eric Spencer at the Arizona Secretary of State's office Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at the Capitol in Phoenix. Sinema is officially running as a Democrat for U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring Republican Sen. Jeff Flake. Women running for office have crossed another threshold with a record number of candidates for the U.S. Senate. Actually winning those seats and changing the face of the chamber are a different matter. Many of the women jumping into Senate races face uphill campaigns. (AP Photo/Matt York)

Democratic candidate to fill Jeff Flake’s soon-to-be-empty seat, Kyrsten Sinema, doesn’t seem to be a fan of the state she’s trying to attain a Senate seat in.

In a recently surfaced video from March posted by the Reagan Batallion on Twitter, Sinema can be seen shaking her head and sneering as she says she decided to run for office in Arizona, which she apparently she’s not fond of.

This isn’t the first time Sinema has been caught denigrating Arizona. Not long ago she was caught on camera calling Arizona the “meth-lab of Democracy.”

As GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel pointed out, Sinema has also protested US troops in a pink tutu and called stay-at-home moms “leeches.” On top of all that she apparently has ties to terrorist figures and hates the state in which she’s running for office.

As Streiff noted, even CNN turned on Sinema, as apparently even they think she’s a bit too much of a disaster to support.

Arizona is listening. According to ABC 15 in Arizona, Sinema’s Republican opponent, Martha McSally is now pulling away from Sinema with a six-point lead:

In the latest ABC15/OH Predictive Insights poll, McSally has a six-point edge on Sinema, 47 percent to 41 percent. Eight percent said they had yet to decide on a candidate.

Both candidates received less support than they did in September when McSally held a 49-46 margin, the first time ABC15/OHPI polling showed her in the lead to replace retiring Sen. Jeff Flake.

Provided nothing disastrous happens to McSally’s campaign, it seems like Arizonans have decided they’d rather not elect someone who hates them as their Senator. If that’s the case, then it’s just one more seat of many that will be awarded to Republicans come the 2018 midterms.