Martha McSally’s campaign said this is a nonstory.

Her supporters said she was joking.

No one is laughing except maybe members of the Mark Kelly Senate campaign who love this gaffe heard around the country.

With many Arizonans on reduced unemployment and suffering, because McSally’s Duce, Donald Trump, has horribly mishandled the response to the COVID 19 pandemic, the appointed junior Arizona Senator told a group of supporters in Northern Arizona:

“If you can give a dollar, five dollars if you can fast a meal and give what that would be.”

This is like a Trump Zone-Fox Island scene out of Oliver Twist where the financially desperate McSally is pleading with the donors to “Please sir, I want some more donations; please fast.”

Martha McSally does not deserve campaign donations so she can use them to spread more false ads on her positions or lies about Mark Kelly’s business ventures. 

Do people want to elect a Senator who will follow the country into the darkness with Donald Trump or a candidate that will protect the vulnerable and steer the country into the light with President Joe Biden?

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