May 24, 2022

Senator Kyrsten Sinema ridicules President Biden in new book

President Joe Biden has managed to run the country into the ground after just one year in office. Things are so bad his own party is beginning to abandon him.

A new book reported that Sen. Kyrsten Sinema ridiculed the president while also praising the GOP, according to the Daily Caller. The Arizona Democrat has broken with her party on several issues and has been officially censured for her views.

The book by New York Times Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns entitled “This Will Not Pass” is set to hit the shelves on May 3rd. In it, the authors lay out Sinema’s shocking attitude toward the policies of the Democrats, Axios reported.

Biden’s aides complained that Sinema’s rhetoric sounded more like something coming from Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) than her own party. In fact, she allegedly met with Republican lobbyists and spoke of as a limited government, low tax advocate.

The authors also claimed that Sinema openly “mocked” Biden while also reserving kind words for House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. They were especially perturbed at her support for Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) because of skepticism over the results of the 2020 presidential election and assertion that Antifa had a role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

“I love Andy Biggs,” she said. “I know some people think he’s crazy, but that’s just because they don’t know him.”

Though the book spills some insider secrets, this isn’t the first time Sinema has broken with her party publicly. During the fight over abolishing the filibuster and allowing for a simple majority vote instead, she protected the measure much to the chagrin of her party, Fox News reported.

There was a time when a Democratic lawmaker would not have the nerve to break with her party. That seems to be over and done with now that Biden is in office and turning every facet of American life into a disaster with his policies. First, it will be Sinema, but who knows how many will break with him next.

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