Leftist illegal aliens seem to want to make harassing Sen Kyrsten Sinema their favorite target. First, she was harassed at Arizona State University and now she was harassed while on a commercial flight to Washington and then once again after she landed in Washington D.C..
At ASU, she was actually followed into the bathroom and they made a video of waiting for her while she was in a stall, which is a criminal offense in Arizona.
Will they be prosecuted for that crime? If local prosecutors refuse to do so, I would hope Arizona AG Mark Brnovich will. But, in another way, I hope they continue to harass her. It might be just the push she needs to switch parties.
Joe Manchin, too. Manchin is the most likely to switch since West Virginia is now a deep red state. It would only enhance his reelection hopes.
The organization behind the ASU attack is LUCHA, not surprisingly an organization funded by George Soros. We don’t know if LUCHA was behind the recent incidents but don’t be surprised if they were.
On the plane, Sinema was urged to pass the 3.5 trillion dollar boondoggle so that the harasser could gain citizenship. I guess no one told her that amnesty has been removed from the bill by the Senate Parliamentarian. So even if Sinema would switch her voter, illegal aliens will remain illegal.
To make their problems worse is that the Supreme Court will be taking up the constitutionality of DACA. Scotus has already thrown out DAPA on the same grounds. DACA went before the Supreme Court once before, but it was after the death of Antonin Scalia and that resulted in a 4 to 4 tie.
But, conservatives outnumber liberals by 5 to 4. (I consider Roberts to be a liberal) That decision will be released by June of 2022.
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This afternoon Senator Sinema took a flight back to Washington DC.
During the flight a DACA recipient harassed Sinema in her plane.
The woman urged Sinema to pass immigration in the Democrat bill so she can stay in the country.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema just arrived at DCA, where a small number of protestors were waiting. They asked her what she would cut from the larger human infrastructure package. Sinema did not answer.