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Friday, August 4, 2017

Sen. Jeff Flake is a flake



What The Hell is Wrong With Arizona?

  • Arizona Republicans have gone from electing Barry Goldwater to supporting the insane warmonger John McCain and electing the Flake of all Flakes.


(World Net Daily)  -  Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake penned an opinion piece for Politico deriding President Trump and the new populist, nationalist movement that propelled the GOP into the White House.
In Flake’s piece, titled “My Party Is in Denial About Donald Trump,” the senator lays out a list of grievances against the president.
Flake denounces “playing to the base” protectionist trade policies and puts his support behind “institutions and prerogatives, like the Senate filibuster.”
In his new book, “Conscience of a Conservative: A Rejection of Destructive Politics and a Return to Principle,” Flake also embraces the “globalist moniker,” denouncing pro-Trump Republicans as “xenophobic” and “nativist.”
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Democrat Leftist Trash Allies With GOP Traitors

Flake was a major proponent of the so-called Gang of Eight’s failed attempt to pass “comprehensive immigration reform” that would give amnesty to illegal aliens.
According to one critic, Flake is everything wrong with the Republican Party, promoting many of the objectives of “the left.”
Chris Buskirk, the pro-Trump author of “American Greatness: How Conservatism Inc. Missed The 2016 Election & What The D.C. Establishment Needs To Learn” and a proponent of pro-worker, pro-citizen policies, blasted Flake in an interview with WND.
“Jeff Flake has demonstrated time and time that he out of touch with historical American conservatism and with his own constituents. Most voters, especially Republicans, want to see our immigration laws enforced, they want to see American citizens protected,” Buskirk said.
Buskirk continued: “Jeff Flake was part of the Gang of 8. He’s for amnesty. He calls enforcement of our immigration laws ‘nativism’ and ‘xenophobia.’ When Donald Trump was talking about draining the swamp, that was part of it.”
To Buskirk, Flake’s statement that “we shouldn’t hesitate to speak out if the president ‘plays to the base” shows a complete disregard for the voters that put Republicans in power.
“He’s saying that he and people like him are the true conservatives and not Trump’s voters,” Buskirk said. “That’s just wrong. The Trump agenda of America First foreign policy, pro-citizen immigration policy, and pro-worker trade policy are conservative – and always have been.”
According to Buskirk, rather than rely on Republican voters, Republicans such as Flake simply pander to Democrats.
“Jeff Flake, like John McCain, relies on Democrat votes to stay in office,” he said.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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