Extremists Chase Uncooperative Dem Into The Bathroom, Do Something Really Disturbing

Far-left activists harassed Democrat Senator Kyrsten Sinema (AZ) this Sunday, after following her into a bathroom, yelling at her, and even recording her as she went into a stall.

The far-left extremists threatened Sinema that if she would not pass President Biden’s agenda, they would get her ousted from her office.

Among the things they wanted was a pathway to citizenship for illegals.

Due to the private nature of the video, it will not be shared in this article.

The incident comes after Sinema gave the following comment on Saturday slamming Democrat leadership for their games over the $3.5 trillion spending bill and the so-called bipartisan infrastructure bill:

“The failure of the United States House to have a vote on the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is inexcusable, and very disappointing for communities around the nation. Denying Americans millions of jobs, better roads, cleaner water, more dependable electricity, and better broadband access only hurts everyday American families.”

“Arizonans, and all other Americans, expect their lawmakers to look at the legislation on its merits — rather than block new jobs and infrastructure investments for no good reason. What Americans have witnessed instead is a stunt to get leverage over another proposal. My vote is for Arizona, and I do not trade this vote for political favors — I vote for what is best for my state and the nation. I have never, and would never, agree to a bargain that would keep one legislation hostage to another.”

“Congress was created as a place where America’s representatives with diverse views find a compromise and some common ground. That is why, when President Joe Biden asked me to keep bipartisan negotiations, I agreed and helped to deliver the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act — a historic and popular plan that reflects a key agenda of President Biden’s. My commitment to giving lasting results is also why I have worked for months in good-faith negotiations over the budget reconciliation proposal.”

“Good-faith negotiations, however, need trust. Over this past year, Democratic leaders have given conflicting promises that were not kept. Canceling the infrastructure vote lowers trust even more.”

Author: Blake Ambrose