Published: Mon, January 20, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Arizona Senator Martha McSally selling "Liberal Hack" t-shirts

Arizona Senator Martha McSally selling

Senator Martha McSally (R-AZ) made headlines for lashing out at a CNN reporter this week.

'Sen. Martha McSally, a Republican facing a hard election race, lashed out when I asked if she would consider new evidence as part of the Senate trial, ' was how Raju described his encounter with the senator on his Twitter account. She simply called out a CNN reporter for his obvious bias. Raju asked McSally if she and other senators should "consider new evidence" in President Trump's impeachment trial.

As for McSally, she proudly re-tweeted video of the exchange with Raju. But she is fundraising off of this with Trump supporters", McCain continued, adding, "Unfortunately there's a lot of states like Utah, like Arizona, like Nevada, that I think people just assume are going to be full red forever, and it's not. They are so in cahoots with the Democrats. These included "You are preventing me from doing my job", and "Please excuse me, I am trying to get to the Senate Floor".

Blitzer said, "If they did the right thing, she would personally call you and say, 'I'm sorry.' It was an terrible, very bad thing that she did". That's what we see out of the mainstream media, and especially CNN every single day.

"The Democratic senators walk by, and they say, 'Hi, how are you today?' And then they chase after the Republicans", McSally alleged. They are so against the president.

"You're a liberal hack", McSally repeated. I'm a fighter pilot, you know, I call it like it is.

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Raju's question was a legitimate one, but McSally's response reflects the animosity from some Republicans toward the network.

Her campaign quickly sought to raise money over the episode.

Indeed, this is hardly limited to Martha McSally.

"We're going to vote on Tuesday to start the trial and let them present the prosecution".

Of course, this impeachment fight has been intensely partisan all along, including the way Democrats conducted their inquiry in the House Intelligence and Judiciary Committees. "Also, she's in the middle of a very hard re-election race, and she's using that exchange to fundraise for her campaign".

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