Where was Kyrsten Sinema?

Kyrsten Sinema snubbed by President Bill Clinton days after he rallied with other House candidates in California

Phoenix, AZ – Just two days after President Clinton held a rally at UC Davis in California for several Congressional Democrat candidates, he came to Arizona and snubbed radical leftist Kyrsten Sinema at ASU.

It’s not surprising, since Carmona said he won’t endorse Sinema, even though he endorsed another Arizona Democrat Congressional candidate. Earlier this year, President Clinton endorsed Sinema’s primary opponent.

“It’s the ultimate snub and a stinging rebuke of her radical leftist agenda, for former Democratic President Bill Clinton and Democratic Senate hopeful Richard Carmona to exclude Sinema in the heart of this Congressional district,” said Alyssa Pivirotto, Parker Communications Director.

“The question everyone is asking: why wasn’t she invited? If Sinema was the uniter she claims to be you would think she could at least get her fellow Democrats to stand with her,” concluded Pivirotto.

In 2000, Sinema worked for radical Ralph Nader over liberal Al Gore, and ran against the Democrats in 2000 and 2001, protesting that Democrats were too moderate, that they “had moved too far to the center.”

President Clinton will attend a rally in Iowa Friday for a Democratic Congressional candidate less extreme than Sinema.



  1. Unless your an ASU pimple popper or a New Times/child prostitution addict, you know this race is a no brainer. Sinema is a method, leftist screwball – and those are her good points.

  2. Conservative American says

    Zoo has it right on… a “no brainer”! Sinema is a true Pinko, a Communist sympathizer!

    “Kyrsten Sinema is widely known as leftist and a “progressive”. However there has been virtually no media scrutiny of Sinema’s documented ties to the Arizona Communist Party – the local affiliate of the pro China/pro Cuba Communist Party USA.”

    “Before becoming an Arizona State Representative, Kyrsten Sinema was a signatory to an advertisement “May Day and Cinco de Mayo greetings” placed in the Communist Party paper People’s Weekly World May 4, 2002. Such ads were traditionally placed in the Communist Party paper every May Day, sponsored by local party clubs, members or supporters.”

    “This support for the communist cause was not not a “one off” or an aberration. In 2003 Sinema again put her name to the Arizona Communist Party’s May Day greetings page.”

    “How does a conservative state like Arizona keep on electing Communist aligned public officials?”

    “The answer is a very strong local Communist Party, built originally on the mining industry, and sustained in recent years through work on the illegal immigration issue – a very major part of Communist party USA long term strategy.”


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