Arizona Republican Senator Martha McSally.

Arizona House Representatives Debbie Lesko, Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar, and David Schweikert.

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These are the people that decided to go against the needs of the people and not support vitally needed COVID 19 Relief for the American People.

The Arizona Republican House members voted against two versions of the Heroes Act.

McSally only had the time to support a severely scaled-down version that did virtually nothing to help state and local governments or insufficient aid for people that are unemployed and fighting to stay in their homes and put food on their tables.

She did have the time to support a Supreme Court Nominee whose elevation to the high court increases the odds that a woman’s right to choose and American access to health care will be imperiled.

McSally called Barrett “a gift to the country.”

This is the sort of gift people generally return to the store the day after Christmas. 

Commenting on this, Brad Banium of the Arizona Democratic Party, wrote:

“Without objection from Martha McSally, Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell on Monday adjourned the Senate until November 9 — shutting down hope of a pre-election coronavirus relief deal so that vulnerable Senators like McSally can hit the campaign trail.”

“Last week, McConnell signaled Senate Republicans would oppose any potential pre-election relief deal that might earn bipartisan support from House Democrats and the White House.”

“So, instead of working on a new coronavirus relief deal, McSally is today hitting the campaign trail with Utah Senator Mike Lee, who’s vocally called for the Supreme Court to strike down the Affordable Care Act and the law’s coverage protections as unconstitutional.”

“McSally voted to pave the way for Republicans’ pending lawsuit to eliminate those protections via her support of the 2017 corporate tax giveaway, and she’s refused to vocally oppose the suit for more than a year — instead of offering her “tacit support.”

“Previously, McSally voted repeatedly to let insurance companies charge higher premiums to older Americans and Arizonans with pre-existing conditions.”

Joan Greene, the Democratic Nominee for Congressional District Five, was not surprised by Andy Biggs’s aversion to helping people.

She wrote:

“Andy Biggs abandoned Arizona’s Fifth District the day he was elected. I would be more surprised if he actually did any work that didn’t benefit himself or his special interest groups. As your Congresswoman, I am ready on day one to work for Community interest and not self-interest.”

Voters need to remember Martha McSally, Debbie Lesko, Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar, and David Schweikert for failing to help the most vulnerable they have sworn to serve.

How hard is it to help people withstand and overcome a pandemic?

Apparently, a lot for these public service failures.

Send them packing from the Nation’s Capitol after November 3, 2020, and bring in Mark Kelly, Delina DiSanto, Joan Greene, Dr. Hiral Tipirneni, and Michael Muscato to take their place.

 

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