Another video has surfaced showing Democratic party candidate for U.S. Senate Kyrsten Sinema making fun the state she hopes to represent.
It’s not quite “basket of deplorables,” but it’s right up there when Sinema basically calls Arizonans “crazy.”
“You know, all of us who have been in Arizona for quite some time — people like myself, who are native-born — will remember learning in second- or third-grade about the five ‘Cs.’ You guys remember the five ‘Cs’? Cotton, cattle, citrus, climate, and copper. Well, I think we should add a sixth, and it’s called ‘crazy,’” Sinema is seen saying in a video.
— The Senate Majority (@NRSC) October 17, 2018
Sinema has also called Arizona the “meth lab of democracy” and “not famous in a good way, we’re famous in a Lindsay Lohan kind of way. Not good.” She also protested U.S. troops in the middle-east while wearing a pink tutu. Her reference level for “crazy” might be a bit skewed.
The struggling Democrat faces rising Republican star Martha McSally, a former combat pilot, to become the next U.S. Senator from Arizona. McSally is up 6 points in the most recent poll.