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"senator mcsally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Lost nearly 4000 registered voters a bigger loss for Republicans at more than 10,500. Independents have seen registered voters grow by more than 45,500. So we are seeing people fleeing the two political two largest political parties, the Republican and the Democratic Party. Now let me tell you how bad this is for both parties, but especially the Republicans with over 10,000 people fleeing the party. It's bad because we're a growing state. The numbers should be growing. We talked about the numbers in schools and how the enrollment is going down and that that number is staggering because we're growing. There should be more kids in school, not less. The same goes with voter registration. There should be more people registered to vote, not less. So why is this what's going on again? This is where we jump to conclusions. The parties themselves. The Democratic Party, which I'm much less familiar with, but it looks to be like some of the same things that are going on within the Republican Party. They have die hard. Very, um Ideologically, Uh, solid people that won't waver. And if you don't agree with them, they want you out. And it's not just party politics just in general. As soon as you disagree with something that they hold, dear, you're out. There are pro choice Republicans. There are pro life Republicans. There are the log Cabin Republicans, which which are gay Republicans, and they should be welcomed by anybody else in the party politics themselves. Everybody should be welcome under that Republican banner. Well, it doesn't stop there. Um again. This is not about me or bragging. This is just give you a point of reference. In 2004. I jumped in with both feet. I became a volunteer on the bush campaign. Um, I was very passionate about it because my brother had been killed in the war. My brother believed in what they were fighting for in Iraq. And I wanted to give his message to people. I was asked to go to a bunch of veteran event and I was honored and pleased to do so. So I volunteered with the Republican Party all over the state of Arizona became a precinct committeeman was the district secretary in what was called the Old District six. Back then. For a short time. It wasn't very long that I did that. And then I walked away. I didn't walk away as a register Republican. I walked away from party politics because it was like the lunch that was like It was like the movie. Um, breakfast club. It was. Which table are you sitting at? Who are you associated with and I just didn't want to do it anymore. Um But the Republican principles and what the party stood for is still things what I believe in, and I'm talking about the basics of small government. And but when I look at the party, I thought, you know my deal breaker for me as I am pro life, So if you're a pro choice candidate in a primary, I'm not going to vote for you. But if you win the primary, and you're against somebody in another political party that I completely disagree with that, obviously I'm going to vote for you. And that's not the way this party works. Um I have been an outspoken critic of what's happened with the audit. And all of a sudden I get emails and messages from people accusing me of taking bribes and being a traitor. And who's paying me and George Sorrows money. And just like Clint Hickman, just like, Um, uh, Steven richer, who was the county recorder? Ben Toma and, um, a bunch of other people in the Legislature who dared to question Whether or not we should be doing this audit and you are cast aside. As a matter of fact, there's a story, um, for a full disclosure because I'm going to be critical. I want to make sure people understand. I believe that I have a good report. As far as my side of this relationship is concerned. I have a good report with the chairwoman of the Republican Party. Kelli Ward. Um, I've done a lot of events with her. I was, you know, she lost the primary to Martha MCs Sally and then went on to champion Martha McSally is the chairwoman of the party like she should have. So she worked very hard for Senator McSally. And so I've seen a lot of a lot of the positive side of what's going on from her point of view or from her office. But when you're criticizing other Republicans Paul Boyer and Ben Toma the hill dot com has the story printed today about GOP chairs in states across the country going against their party members in some ways, saying that, um Ben Toma, who was in the Legislature, along with Paul Boyer, They were vocally against the audit after they voted for it because they saw like I did. What did it become, she said. They're going to get primary and probably replaced by quote unquote Real Republicans. As party chairperson. Your job isn't to decide who real Republicans are. Your job is to get as many people to call themselves Republicans under that tent, And as far as the audit goes, I have been warning people about the division that this was causing. Because you are seeing now 10,500 people leave the party. Now. That's a net number. I believe that's including new registrations and people leaving so over 10,000 people have left the Republican Party. You know, And they say, Well, that's a very small number in comparison to the number of Republicans that are registered. That's absolutely true, but you are losing party members. You're not gaining them number one, and as far as this audit goes their stories out there about who's paying for it. This is supposed to be an unbiased audit. But it's a good question who paid for the audit because they're the ones that are dictating the rules. Not only that, there was someone that posted up on social media about the audit that Jen Fifield, who said that she watched the deep rig, and she posted a picture a screenshot from the deep rig. Now the deep rig is the movie that was filmed around the country. But a substantial part of it was filmed here in Arizona, already confirming in their minds that the election was rigged. That Donald Trump had it stolen from him. See the showing pictures from of camera from the documentary Inside the ballot cage at the audit inside the cage. Now you see, the boxes are closed up. They absolutely are. And so that was the when she made the comment about what's this camera doing in here? You're not supposed to have cell phones on the ballot floor, and you're certainly not supposed to have cameras or allow people that aren't officials inside the ballot cage. And the pushback was well, you can obviously see there was nothing really seen there. Okay? Hang on a minute, all of us every single one of us on the right side of the political aisle. And I wish I could remember. The official who worked with the Clinton campaign was inside a skiff, which is that secure room where they keep classified documents. If you take a recording device into the skiff, you have violated the laws. If it never leaves your purse. If it never leaves your pocket. It doesn't matter. If you take a recording device like a cellphone into the skiff, you have violated the law. Hillary Clinton had all those classified documents outside of a secure server. As a matter of fact, a bunch of them were found on her her assistant Aberdeen. Huma, whose husband was Anthony Weiner. They found classified documents and other documents on his laptop. And everybody on the right side of the aisle myself. Included was justifiably furious that nothing was pursued in that regard, because it was a violation of the law and anybody out there listening that is a conservative. That is saying all that's no big deal that they were in that room with the camera. Remember how angry we all were when they remove those documents digitally. They didn't do it physically but digitally from a secure place. The rules state. You don't do this, and yet they're they're flaunting it. And that's an issue. And why is this happening? Well, you know, the guy that is that raised the $2.8 Million to pay for the audit is also the guy that's funding the documentary. That's also I'm sure the guy that wanted the cyber ninjas hired, which is why people in Arizona are now clamoring Who's paying for the audit? Because if this is an official state of Arizona audit Then you control and own everything. You can't say. We're in control of this and then when it's turned over the cyber ninjas say, we don't know what's going on, and we had nothing to do with that. That it's one or the other. And if you are in control of this who's paying for it, and who pulled the strings to hire all these people, and that's going to be a demand from a lot of people in this report comes out, which is going to be another level of white people aren't believing necessarily what's in it?.
Arizona Senators mcSally, Sinema don't expect coronavirus relief before November election
"Arizona's congressional leaders participated in a luncheon today hosted by the Arizona Chamber of Commerce. There, they talked about the possibility of another Covad relief Bill Gabriel Gamino is live in the new center with Mohr. It's looking good. It's very unlikely that we have a relief package before the election. Arizona's Democratic Senator Kirsten Cinemas, says a bill is unlikely to pass both chambers due to the inability of congressional leaders and the White House to work together on the other side of the aisle. However, Arizona's Republican senator Martha McSally says, Unfortunately, there's a lot of politics being played in all this and where we were able to come together. Previously in a unanimous way, it seems like there's some people here that would prefer to do nothing. They also talked about tourism, the economy and the need to pass a continuing resolution to prevent a government shut down on October 1st
Senator McSally, an Air Force veteran, says she was raped by a superior officer
"Scott Beatty. Dramatic testimony from Arizona. Freshman Senator Martha mix Sally revealing that a superior air force officer had raped her. She's a twenty six year air force veterans. Testimony a moment of truth. I am also a military sexual assault survivor. But unlike so many brave survivors, I didn't report being sexually assaulted. Martha mcsally is the freshman Republican Senator from Arizona. She's a twenty six year military veteran and the first female fighter pilots to fly in combat preyed upon and then raped by a superior officer. She testified before a Senate committee explaining why she stayed silent for so long and that she was horrified at how her attempts to report the assault were
Senator McSally, an Air Force veteran, says she was raped by a superior officer
"Force is reacting to the shocking admission yesterday in a Senate hearing by Arizona's new Senator Republican Martha mcsally a twenty six year air force veteran. I was preyed upon and then raped by a superior officer. Correspondent CUNY law has the service reaction. The air force responded releasing this statement saying quote, the criminal actions reported today by Senator mcsally violate every part of what it means to be an airman. We are palled and deeply sorry for what Senator mix Ali experienced, and we stand behind her and all victims of sexual