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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Thread Manager, May 3, 2018.
Reminder: Almost 3 years is a long time.
Hopefully the damage caused in that time due to her negligence will remind people why she's so terrible.
Arizona has a sore loser law so she can't run in the general election if she lost the primary. Sinema could skip the primary and run as an independent if the polling is still bad then.
I think she is on course to be primaried.
She made too many enemies nation wide, not just in her state. Money will come in from all over to support whichever candidate looks like they have the best shot of kicking her off the ballot.
And you know what?
I don't think she cares.
She will bank out with her corrupt gains and then make a career out of books, online content and appearances where she can make cash off of being the type of Democrat that got run out of the party by a mix of the aging establishment and the resurgent Left.
And she'll be Conservatives' fave former elected Dem to take point in pushing whatever agenda they have that could use her as cover.
I very seriously doubt she runs again in 2024.
With all the voter suppression already gearing up, I'm so worried Georgia will find a way to cheat Warnock out of his seat. I've loved him since Day One and thus far he's more than proved himself as one of the most worthy senators out there. He and Ossoff are a great team. I'm very jealous of the Georgians who get to have them represent their state.
Gallego was who I wanted to run for the seat Kelly has now. He's the obvious choice to primary Sinema, if she even runs again. Would love to get him in the Senate, he'd be more than just a mere improvement on the lowest possible bar.
She's gonna be all over the MSM talk circuit, crying about the death of civility and the dangers of "radical partisan ideologies."
NBC News - DNC chair Jaime Harrison has considered early exit amid White House tensions
More than two dozen sources described simmering frustrations on both sides just as Democrats are gearing up for the midterms.
Welp that didn't last.
ABC News - DNC pulls record fundraising end-of-year hauls leading into critical midterm election year
NBC News - DNC chair Jaime Harrison strikes back at 'unnamed' critics
Joe Manchin Reports Record Fundraising in 2021 While Kyrsten Sinema's Donors Pull Support
The Guardian - Kyrsten Sinema courted Republican fossil fuel donors with filibuster stance
Democrat James Carville Defends Senator Joe Manchin (mediaite.com)
Eric Adams, exactly what was expected of electing a cop.
NYC always finds the best mayors.