You Won’t Believe What This Female Senate Candidate Says About American Moms

The Congressional midterm elections are just over two weeks away.

And it is imperative that conservatives vote on the issues that we stand for to prevent the left from furthering their agenda.

For one Senate candidate who appears to have gone off the deep end, being progressive doesn’t even start to describe her.

Democrat U.S. Representative Kyrsten Sinema is running to fill Arizona Senator Jeff Flake’s soon-to-be vacant seat.

But this isn’t just a case of voting against a Democrat candidate for the people of Arizona.

No matter her party affiliation, Sinema seems to have been going off the rails for several years now.

She is currently back in the spotlight for comments uncovered during a 2006 interview – and all Americans are furious, no matter what side of the aisle their loyalties lie.

In an interview with the magazine 944, Sinema showed how she feels about women who put their children ahead of a career.

The Daily Mail reports that Sinema said, “These women who act like staying at home, leeching off their husbands or boyfriends, and just cashing the checks is some sort of feminism because they’re choosing to live that life. That’s bulls**t. I mean, what the f*** are we really talking about here?”

That’s not even the half of it.

She is divorced with no children, so really has no business speaking about what American mothers choose to do with their lives or judge why they prioritize their children.

Her disdain for mothers also extends to her support of issues that extend beyond even those of the core liberal left.

She cosponsored the “Women’s Health Protection Act,” which aims to completely remove any protections for the unborn.

Sinema believes that abortion-on-demand is such a “right” for women that there should be no limit to when a child can be killed.

The extreme legislation would allow for abortion for any reason up until birth – killing full-term viable children in the name of convenience.

In fact, Sinema seems to be lacking any type of values at all.

In 2003, she coordinated protests against the Iraq war by inviting a coven of witches to local International Women’s Day events in Arizona, saying they should wear,

“colorful clothing and come ready to dance, twirl, and stay in touch with your inner creativity and with the Earth,” according to the Washington Examiner.

She has compared the deaths of immigrants crossing the border illegally to the deaths of U.S. soldiers in war.

She has participated in anti-war protests while holding posters of our military service members dressed as skeletons conducting “terror” against people in the Middle East.  One poster read,

You can help us push back U.S. terror in Iraq and the Middle East.”

She has even been purported to have participated in anti-war protests while wearing a pink tutu.

In previous work with Local to Global Justice, a group which she co-founded, Sinema held an event at Arizona State University featuring an attorney who had been convicted of aiding an Islamic terrorist organization – all part of her quest to support “strong women.”

Unless, of course, these women are mothers with traditional values.

While in the Arizona state legislature, Sinema fought against legislation that would prevent men from using the “she looked older” defense when caught with a child prostitute.

The Daily Caller reported that Sinema testified against the legislation in a 2007 hearing in which she claimed that in her time as a social worker that,

“there were children at my school, 12, 13 years old, and some of these children look older than me.  They were much more, I mean, definitely sophisticated, developed.”

So apparently to Kyrsten Sinema, men should get away with raping young girls when a girl looks older than her actual age.

Her disgusting assault on the family and our nation seems to have no bounds.

The comments that have been unearthed this week about stay-at-home moms are insulting, to say the least.

Today’s mothers struggle every day to put their children first while working and taking care of a home.  Staying home with children is a great blessing, but the hardest job there is.

Apparently, Sinema thinks moms just sit around eating bon-bons all day while collecting money from their husbands.

And her stance on abortion is utterly shocking.  How can a woman fight to allow for the legal murder of an unborn child, no matter how close to birth they are?

Kyrsten Sinema is so far out bounds in her beliefs that she is almost not to be believed.

Sinema’s opponent, Martha McSally, has shown grave concern over Sinema’s issue support.

McSally served as an Air Force pilot and the first female commander of a fighter squadron.  She fought against the Taliban in Iraq and has said that Sinema’s remarks about the military are “treasonous.”

Her assault on family values and American traditions – and the heroes who protect them – are disgraceful.

The Senate race in Arizona is thus far considered a “toss-up.”  But Arizonans and all Americans deserve to know what Kyrsten Sinema stands for – and what she doesn’t.

What do you think of Kyrsten Sinema’s outrageous comments and the issues she has supported?  Leave us your comments.

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