Let’s Talk About Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s Supposed Reelection Strategy.
Ah, Kyrsten Sinema.
Somehow, the Arizona senator has found her way into the headlines again. This time, it has to do with the supposed reelection strategy Sinema sent out as she navigates a 2024 campaign no longer listed as a Democrat, but as an independent.
Ronald J. Hansen with AZ Central writes:
“Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is pitching her still-undeclared campaign to prospective donors as built on overwhelmingly winning independent voters and siphoning more support from Republicans than Democrats.
Her plan is outlined in two paragraphs of a two-page document obtained by NBC News and relies on framing the nominees of both major parties as “extremists, as expected.”
Sinema’s memo to potential supporters includes a pie chart suggesting she could claim 60% to 70% of Arizona’s independent voters. Her campaign sees her taking 10% to 20% of Democratic voters and 25% to 35% of Republicans…”
60–70% of independents.
10–20% of Democrats.
25–35% of Republicans.
It’s hard not to look at these estimations and imagine that even Sinema herself believes this, let alone her campaign team paid to come up with these numbers based on actual data points and math. It’s almost as though she’s insulting the people of Arizona, and isn’t even bothering to hide her own delusions of grandeur and nefarious intentions to use this opportunity to capitalize on her career after the Senate.
Sinema is not running for reelection as an independent with any intention to win, and we all know it. She knows that doing so in the state of Arizona will hand the state over to the GOP, and that’s the entire point. Sinema knows that if she delivers Arizona fully to the GOP, she’ll get any lobbying job she wants. She will be rewarded handsomely, and she knows it.
Kyrsten Sinema could not care less about the people of Arizona, or the country for that matter. Her entire political career has been a slow, calculated climb to ensuring her own personal financial success to the detriment of everyone else, and this is just…