A decade before she took an oath to defend and uphold the Constitution, Rep. Kyrsten Sinema was palling around with anarchists. And while the Arizona Democrat certainly condemns violence now, as a far-left activist, Sinema refused to condemn anarchist destruction of property.
The Democrat running for Senate in Arizona has now been exposed:
➖Depicting US soldiers as evil skeletons
➖Hating her own state
➖Calling AZ “meth lab of democracy”
➖Telling someone it’s ok to join the Taliban
➖Hanging out with 9/11 truthers pic.twitter.com/gPBDwx8Te7
— Caleb SkHull 💀🎃👻 (@CalebJHull) October 12, 2018
In 2002 Sinema sent out an email to her antiwar supporters: She told her supporters,
“Those of us who chose to attend the event knew that it would be inappropriate to ask someone to not destroy property or to carry a weapon.”
The Washington Examiner reports,
Emails from June 2002 and obtained by the Washington Examiner give insight into Sinema’s work as a community organizer for the Arizona Alliance for Peaceful Justice. The group, she wrote at the time, “opposed the use of violence and weapons in all situations” and “believes in world disarmament.” For all those high-minded ideals though, Sinema wasn’t ready to force her beliefs on anarchists.
“When AAPJ attended May Day (sponsored by the Phoenix Anarchist Coalition), we knew that their guidelines differ from ours,” Sinema emailed a fellow protester. “They are okay with weapons and property destruction in some instances, and so those of us who chose to attend the event knew that it would be inappropriate to ask someone to not destroy property or to carry a weapon.”
New from me: Kyrsten Sinema in 2002: It’d be ‘inappropriate’ to condemn destruction of property by anarchists https://t.co/ueMOIA2Cgf
— Philip Wegmann (@PhilipWegmann) October 12, 2018