Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema Stands Out At The State Of The Union Address

The Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema, the female sodomite whose actions turn heads of both parties and genders as well as the attention of the media, attracted publicity once again as she stunned people with her actions and speech during the State of the Union address.

While President Donald Trump delivered his State of the Union address on Tuesday, one sliver of viewers noticed a tiny detail — Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s dress.

Kyrsten Sinema, an Arizona Democrat, wore a square-neck sheath dress with puffy sleeves that looked deep blue or purple on screen. On Wednesday, the dress was confirmed as purple, Sinema’s favorite color.

Why is that notable? Well, it stood out among the Democratic women, who had agreed to wear white.

Dozens of Democratic lawmakers — all women — wore white to honor the women’s suffrage movement that led to the ratification of the 19th Amendment a century ago in 1920, which granted women the right to vote.

House Democratic women have worn white during Trump’s State of the Union addresses in the past.

Hillary Clinton also wore white when she accepted the nomination for president at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in honor of the women’s suffrage movement.

People seemed to notice Sinema’s fashion choice when she stood up and clapped for Trump while he praised Sen. Tim Scott’s role in Republican tax cuts.

Fellow Democrat Sen. Kamala Harris sat stone-faced in the seat next to Sinema. Some people posted on social media that the dress, the applause, or both seem to show that Sinema is more of a Republican, an assertion she has faced often.

Sinema stood behind her move to stand up and clap for Scott — she retweeted him after the event and added that she “Couldn’t be prouder to support your work transforming communities, and lucky to call you a friend.”

t’s not the first time Sinema’s fashion choices have drawn attention.

The statement-making outfit she wore while being sworn in to the U.S. Senate last year drew jokes and criticism. She wore a pink coat and a colorful, sleeveless dress with a fur stole.

She later appeared in a full-length photo on the cover of a New York Times special section titled “The Women of the 116th Congress” wearing the same dress.

Sinema has been photographed wearing knee-high or over-the-knee boots several times, and one pair she wore in the Senate drew a wave of commentary.

Sinema also issued a statement on Tuesday night on the State of the Union as a whole:

“There is much more that binds Americans, and Arizonans, together than what pulls us apart,” she began.

“Focusing on our common values instead of our differences is how Senator Cassidy and I introduced the first-of-its-kind bipartisan parental leave bill, and I welcome the president’s support of this critical legislation. We must continue coming together and work to expand job opportunities, keep our communities safe, ensure veterans get the care they’ve earned, and make health care more affordable for everyone. As always, I’ll work with anyone to get things done and deliver for everyday Arizona families.” (source)

I have been warning for a long time that Kyrsten Sinema is somebody to watch, and I made this explicitly clear in April 2019 in an article that a lot of people disagreed with but the principle of which I still stand by.

It is very difficult to assert that the Democrat Party isn’t throwing the 2020 election because there are too many signs of outright inefficiency that is uncharacteristic of them. Trump is likely going to win in 2020, but this will almost inevitably secure a Democrat 2024 victory.

Knowing this, and that the Democrats in 2016 put forth a woman for a candidate, 2020 appears they put forth a sodomite for a candidate, what is to say that both would not be combined- a woman and sodomite in one candidate -whose views would be leftist but also “right-ish” enough that she could swing the Republican vote for her favor?

This unique combination is what Sinema is. She is attractive, was a Mormon but is now an atheist, supports the sodomite agenda, and can pull votes from all sides. Plus, her support of Trump at a time when most of the Democrat party under the “old guard” is clearly engaging in acts of buffoonery that rival those which Trump does.

It would not surprise me if there was a major “purge” that takes place after the 2020 election in the Democrat party, at which time a new Democrat party emerges that is strong and has the vibrancy like that surrounding Obama in 2008. Meanwhile, I would not be surprised to see the Republican party sink into ‘sudden’ decline and ‘chaos’ that results in a Democrat rise to power.

The two-party system is a game. They work together and have done so for years.

Keep a close watch on Sinema, for while it is not inevitable as the future is always in motion and subject to change at any time under many potential conditions, one may be seeing the making of another Barack Obama in realtime.

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