Arizona Republican Senate candidate Blake Masters has been condemned by 75 of his classmates, academics, and alumni.
AZ Mirror reported:
A gaggle of Blake Masters’ former classmates at Inexperienced Fields Nation Day College in Tucson have condemned him in no unsure phrases in an open letter saying that he would “lead Arizona down a darkish, dystopian path.”
“He peddles extremist ideology — attacking veterans, calling abortion ‘demonic,’ being endorsed by Neo-Nazis, blaming gun violence on ‘Black folks, frankly,’ and that’s simply the tip of the iceberg,” Masters’ former classmates mentioned within the letter. “He additionally belittles those that don’t share his views, and it’s clear Blake will lead Arizona down a darkish, dystopian path. He’s a person who gave up every thing — his associates, his neighborhood, his values, and his integrity — all in pursuit of energy, place, and status.”
Whether or not it’s Herschel Walker being denounced by his personal son, Dr. Oz being denounced as harmful by the medical neighborhood, or Blake Masters being denounced by the folks that he went to highschool with a transparent pattern has developed the place Trump’s hand-picked Senate candidates are being known as harmful by those that know them finest.
Every of those candidates is at the moment shedding of their elections, however with out vigilance, they may every discover themselves in the US Senate serving to Republicans implement an extremist agenda.
Blake Masters is at the moment shedding to Sen. Mark Kelly and Republicans have despatched alerts that they’re giving up on the race, however voters should end the job on election day and guarantee that every of those harmful extremists is denied a seat within the Senate.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He’s additionally a White Home Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Diploma in Political Science. His graduate work centered on public coverage, with a specialization in social reform actions.
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