Martha McSally goes full racist demagogue


Will the Arizona media that helped to create this mythical moderate Republican and get her elected now finally turn on her?

Martha McSally has gone full racist demagogue. The Hill reports, Martha McSally: ‘We might need to build a wall between California and Arizona’:

Rep. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) proposed building a border wall between California and Arizona to protect the state.

“As we look in Arizona, we often look into the dangers of the southern border,” McSally said during a round-table discussion about “sanctuary cities” Tuesday at the White House.

“But if these dangerous policies continue out of California, we might need to build a wall between California and Arizona as well to keep these dangerous criminals out of our state,” she said, smiling.

She added that California can’t just “provide sanctuary for these criminals and think that it’s only impacting California dangerously.”

Earlier this month, the Trump administration filed a lawsuit against California over the state’s immigration laws.

The Trump administration has been highly critical of California’s sanctuary cities and administration officials have said they will crack down on policies that limit local law enforcement’s cooperation with federal authorities.

No doubt her GOP Senate primary opponents Joe Arpaio and Kelli Ward approve of her demagogic stance. They are interchangeable and none of them are fit for office.


  1. The GOP apologists at The Arizona Republic who helped create the mythical moderate Republican Martha McSally editorialize:

    “McSally is a moderate Republican who was doing her version of John McCain’s 2010 Senate campaign ad, ‘Complete the dang fence.'”

    Martha MsSockpuppet currently has a 97.1 Trump score at 538, so no, her voting record does not support the fiction that she is a “moderate.” And no, John McCain was never a “moderate” either. Tbat whole “maverick” thing was a fictional character created by the Arizona “McMedia.”

    The GOP apologists at The Republic continue:

    Actually, McSally is your fairly standard establishment Republican, who, if you asked her in her quiet moments if she’s lost her marbles with this California business, might respond …

    “Would you prefer Senator Kelli Ward?”

    “Would you prefer Senator Joe Arpaio?”

    Notice how Republicans are our only choices? How about the Democrats in the race instead?

    Guess who The Republic will endorse for the Senate.

  2. Martha, you can get your corporate beauty makeover as many times as you like. But all the makeovers in the world will do nothing to hide the emptiness of your soul.

  3. McSally’s comment was, of course, a lame attempt at humor that went over badly.

    Perhaps the deplorables find this amusing, I wouldn’t know. But to most people it’s really just stupid.

    Looking past this, what is really disturbing is her mindless devotion to everything Trump. Her posts in social media actually reveal a duplicity and a Pro-Trump distortion of reality that is very worrisome.

    • But life goes on. Here is McSally’s latest tweet.

      Martha McSally Verified account
      15m15 minutes ago

      Yesterday I gave Army Secretary Esper a piece of my mind regarding the reckless, irresponsible decision to dismantle the combat-ready 1-285th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion in Marana which flies #Apaches. This decision will waste millions of dollars.

      • McSally likes pork as long as it’s for bomb-y and shoot-y stuff.

        Martha McSockPuppet. (t/h Mike Bryan).

        • Congress is a stepping stone for her, and she needs to the Senate seat to elevate herself above being a lowly, non-productive House representative.

          Trump has noticed her. And this blind, unquestioning, and ridiculous devotion to the carnival barker/con man is intended to pay off bigly.

          She wants something and it isn’t to spend the rest of her life in the Senate like those white male fossils.

          I suspect it is Secretary of Defense or perhaps some other powerful position involving the military.

  4. Martha McSally, Joe Arpaio, and Kelli Ward.

    Wait, is that the setup, or the punch line?

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