Arizona GOP Senate candidate Blake Masters has been fiercely rebuked in an open letter penned by his former academics and classmates and different alumni at his college.
The Donald Trump-backed Masters “will lead Arizona down a darkish, dystopian path” if he wins election in November, the alumni of Inexperienced Fields Nation Day Faculty in Tuscon warned within the letter shared by the Arizona Mirror on Thursday.
“He peddles extremist ideology — attacking veterans, calling abortion ‘demonic,’ being endorsed by Neo-Nazis, blaming gun violence on ‘Black individuals, frankly,’ and that’s simply the tip of the iceberg,” they wrote.
Masters is now “barely recognizable” from his time on the college, the letter that was signed by 75 individuals continued, recalling he was “sort.”
“We’re deeply grieved to see the Blake we knew for twenty years grow to be the damaging politician he’s immediately,” they added. “We can’t sit idly by whereas his dishonesty, his selfishness, and his hateful, divisive rhetoric grow to be the voice of Arizona within the U. S. Senate.”