Former democrat-now-independent senator Krysten Sinema has been living an enviably upbeat lifestyle, but many have asked the question – what is she doing to leave that blue wave of misery in her dust? Well, her secret is finally revealed; and believe it or not, the source of all her newfound happiness is a doozy.
The new independent senator reveals her new source of happiness was parting ways with the democratic Caucuses luncheons. You know- those events where democrat lawmakers network for their voting interests- correcting- your voting interests! Little slip of the tongue there.
Daily wire reports Sen. Kyrsten Sinema explained why she stopped going to “dumb” Democrat luncheons with “old dudes” sitting around “eating Jell-O” and everyone bragging about themselves.
POLITICO reported that she told GOP lobbyists that “caucus lunches” were a waste of time and something she did not intend to attend again.
Sinema said, “Lunches were ridiculous. … Old dudes are eating Jell-O, everyone is talking about how great they are. I don’t really need to be there for that. That’s an hour and a half twice a week that I can get back.”
Continuing to poke fun at former party members, she added: “The Northerners and the Westerners put cool whip on their Jell-O, and the Southerners put cottage cheese.”
Moreover, Sinema explained that she does more “productive” work for her constituents than caucus with Democrats.
As part of her decision to become an independent, Sinema announced her departure from the Democratic Party in December.
Here was her reason for leaving as she sat down for an interview with Jake Tapper.
From that interview of hers you can tell she is not as miserable looking as Nancy Pelosi or AOC. All Americans have a sense of what goes on at these luncheons now that’s mentioned the turn Lobbyist. Instead of your senator going back to their home or spending that time working for their constituents, they’re rubbing elbows with the pay who incentivizes them to vote a specific way.
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