Kyrsten Sinema seized Arizona’s Senate seat from GOP contender Martha McSally by a mere 1.8%.
But that won’t stop the left from hailing it as one of the greatest victories of all time.
And you won’t believe why the fake news media trumpeted that Kyrsten Sinema “made history.”
The liberal media claims Sinema “made history” by becoming the first openly bisexual member of the U.S. Senate.
To the left, an individual’s sexual preference is more important than their ability to make good policy decisions.
NBC News Reports:
Nearly one week after Election Day, Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema was declared the apparent winner of Arizona’s nail-biter of a Senate race. In addition to a win for Democrats, Sinema’s hard-fought victory also adds to the spoils of the so-called rainbow wave that ushered in a record number of LGBTQ political candidates this year.
Sinema’s high-profile win is particularly historic. She is the first out bisexual person ever elected to the U.S. Senate and only the second openly LGBTQ person, behind Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wisc., who is a lesbian. Sinema is also the Grand Canyon State’s first female senator and its first Democratic senator since 1995.
What is particularly absurd about this latest news narrative is the notion that someone’s sexual preference is of national importance.
As Culture Watch News previously reported, the Democrat Party thought a transgender candidate would deliver them the governorship in Vermont.
The candidate was clobbered because policy should matter more than identity politics.
Not to mention the fact that voters don’t want to hand over the reins of power to someone who can’t come to grips with fundamental truths.
Should sexual preference be more important than making good policy decisions? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.