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Senator Krysten Sinema (D-Arizona) was harassed by a small group of leftist activists at Arizona State University on Sunday. Video is showing that the Democratic senator from Arizona was being accosted by left-wing activists at Arizona State University, including the fact that they even followed her into the bathroom to scold her on how she should vote on this controversial spending bill. Arizona Sun Devils indeed!

The original video of this confrontation has been uploaded to social media several times, most notably to an account called LUCHA – Living United For Change in Arizona, which is a self-described “organization led by changemakers fighting for social, racial, and economic transformation” that is “committed to human dignity, inclusion, equity, and collective growth.”

LUCHA is now claiming that an “Arizona immigrant youth” had confronted Sinema in an ASU classroom where the senator is a lecturer and where she had gotten her doctorate.

There is a male voice on the video that is telling Sinema that “right now is a

real moment that our people need in order for us to be able to talk about what’s really happening. We need a ‘Build Back Better’ plan right now.” That man is referring to the $3.5 trillion spending bill that Democrat leadership is trying to push through Congress.

The activists ultimately accosted Sinema in the classroom and proceeded to follow the senator into the restroom. Even after Sinema had gone into the handicap stall, these progressive protesters continued to reprimand her.

“We need solutions,” one person (read: thug) said to the senator even though they were literally breaking the law to do this protest. Gotta love how liberals just insist on getting their way, eh?

Indeed, there was a woman named “Blanca” who challenged Sinema, saying, We knocked on doors for you to get you elected. And, just how we got you elected, we can get you out of office if you don’t support what you promised us.”

“I was brought to the United States when I was three years old. In 2010 both my grandparents got deported because of SB1070. My grandfather passed away two weeks ago and I wasn’t able to go to Mexico because there is no pathway to citizenship,” the woman said.
“And if we have the opportunity to pass it right now, then we need to do it because there’s millions of undocumented people,” she continued. “We need to hold you accountable to what you promised us that you were going to pass when we knocked on doors for you. It’s not right.”

The leftist activists can be seen using their cell phones to record video of them confronting Sinema in that ASU bathroom.

According to Arizona law:
A. It is unlawful for any person to knowingly photograph, videotape, film, digitally record, or by any other means secretly view, with or without a device, another person without that person’s consent under either of the following circumstances:
1. In a restroom, bathroom, locker room, bedroom, or other location where the person has a reasonable expectation of privacy and the person is urinating, defecating, dressing, undressing, nude, or involved in sexual intercourse or sexual contact.

The plot thickens when you consider that Sinema and Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia have both been harassed by activists since they are both against the price of the $3.5 trillion spending bill, with Democrats needing their votes.

Last week, left-wing activists used kayaks to get close enough to yell at Manchin, who had been on his house boat. On Saturday, Sinema blasted House Democrats for canceling a vote on a bipartisan $1.2 trillion infrastructure package that Sinema had helped to negotiate with the GOP.

“The failure of the U.S. House to hold a vote on the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is inexcusable, and deeply disappointing for communities across our country,” Sinema proclaimed. “Denying Americans millions of good-paying jobs, safer roads, cleaner water, more reliable electricity, and better broadband only hurts everyday families.”

“Arizonans, and all everyday Americans, expect their lawmakers to consider legislation on the merits — rather than obstruct new jobs and critical infrastructure investments for no substantive reason,” Sinema concluded.


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