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Sep 17 2018

Radical Kyrsten Sinema Fliers Emerge

If you watch television in Arizona, you are probably about ready to barf from all the Kyrsten Sinema commercials portraying her as an avid fan of the military in hopes of duping voters into electing her to the Senate. Meanwhile, even CNN admits this:

As an anti-war activist in the early 2000s, Arizona Senate candidate Kyrsten Sinema led a group that distributed flyers depicting an American soldier as a skeleton inflicting “U.S. terror” in Iraq and the Middle East.

Although Sinema has recently positioned herself as a Blue Dog Democrat, she began her political career not very long ago in the ultra-radical Green Party.

The flyers, which are available through the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine, promoted a February 2003 rally organized by Local to Global Justice, an anti-war group Sinema co-founded. Sinema was referred to as a leading organizer and sponsor of the anti-Iraq War rally in contemporaneous news reports and websites for the organizations involved. She is also repeatedly listed as the point of contact for the event.

Want to learn what it would be like to be ruled by Antifa? Electing Sinema might help you to find out.

Another flyer urged direct action “against Bush and his fascist, imperialist war.” A cartoon on the flyer said, “Government is slavery,” and “Its laws are cobwebs for the rich and chains of steel for the poor.” The flier contained the email for a local anarchist group that was a rally co-sponsor.

Maybe she has outgrown this moonbattery. I sure wouldn’t risk putting her in the Senate though.

Collect all three Kyrsten Sinema fliers at Hot Air.

On a tip from TCS III.




3 Responses to “Radical Kyrsten Sinema Fliers Emerge”

  1. […] month. Although she has adopted a more moderate stance recently, if only for strategic reasons, her background is radical even by current Democrat standards. More has come to […]

  2. […] the many reasons (e.g., see here, here, and here) for Arizonans to send Martha McSally rather than Kyrsten Sinema to the Senate is that […]

  3. […] showing Sinema barking moonbattery in a pink tutu at an antiwar rally. That was only the beginning. Radical flyers emerged in connection to Sinema, shrieking about America imposing “terror” on the Middle East. […]

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