Things are getting ugly!
In a shocking turn of event, the Arizona Democratic Party is now zeroing in on Democrat Senator Kyrsten Sinema since she does not support President Biden’s $3.5 trillion spending plan.
The Arizona Democratic Party has threatened to now censure Sinema.
Democrat officials even have gone as far as saying that they will “closely watch” Sinema’s votes on several issues including Biden’s $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation.
According to Fox Business, The party said it would give Sinema a vote of “no confidence” if she “continues to delay, disrupt, or votes to gut the Reconciliation Package of its necessary funding.”
In July, Sinema said, “I have told Senate leadership and President Biden that I support many of the goals in this proposal to continue creating jobs, growing American competitiveness, and expanding economic opportunities for Arizonans. I have also made clear that while I will support beginning this process, I do not support a bill that costs $3.5 trillion.”
“We all are facing a critical crossroads and nothing less than our Democracy is at stake, and as all indicators show Democrats could lose both the House and Senate in 2022 if we do not ‘deliver the goods,’” the Arizona Democratic Party said.
By an overwhelming 80%+ vote, the Arizona Democratic Party has passed a resolution pledging a vote of NO CONFIDENCE in @KyrstenSinema if she fails to vote to reform the filibuster or doesn’t support the #BuildBackBetter reconciliation bill.
— Kai Newkirk #EndTheFilibuster (@kai_newkirk) September 25, 2021
Liberals on social media are currently attacking Sen. Sinema over her decision to vote no on Biden’s $3.5 spending bill.
Kyrsten Sinema has received over $750,000 from Big Pharma. Her office is led by a former lobbyist whose firm worked on behalf of pharmaceutical companies.
And now she’s trying to tank a bill to lower drug prices.
This is the power of big money, folks.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) September 23, 2021
History will not be kind to Kyrsten Sinema.
— Amy Siskind 🏳️🌈 (@Amy_Siskind) September 28, 2021