California group issues warning about Jeff Flake | Seeing Red AZ

Californians for Population Stabilization has put out a series of videos identifying amnesty sellouts. There are several featuring Arizona Senator Jeff Flake.  This one cuts right to the chase:

The group’s Board of Directors issue a stern warning (video) regarding the threat posed by  massive and uncontrolled immigration and the quality of life of all Californians   Extrapolate this warning to include all Americans.

Read the  press release accompanying the launch of this ad campaignIt’s titled, “Flake Continues Role as Critic, Impediment to Trump’s Immigration Agenda.”

CAPS Advisory Board includes Victor Davis Hanson, Ph.D., a Senior Fellow with the Hoover Institute and the author of  the blockbuster 2003 book “Mexifornia,”— well over a decade old, but still relevant. This is the cogent essay, “Mexifornia, Five Years Later,“ printed in City Journal. After watching the Jeff Flake video exposé read the essay which Hanson subtitles, “The flood of illegal immigrants into California has made things worse than I foresaw.”

Grandstanding, longtime amnesty proponent, Jeff Flake not only refused to endorse the Republican nominee for president, he also made the rounds of liberal media outlets declaring he would not vote for Donald Trump. There is only one conclusion to draw: the iffy Republicrat gave his vote to Hillary Clinton. Keep that fact in mind when he appears on the Arizona ballot later this year.

Seeing Red AZ endorses principled conservative Dr. Kelli Ward in the upcoming U.S. Senate race. Read her impressive bio and issues page.

https://seeingredaz.wordpress.com/2017/02/17/california-group-issues-warning-about-jeff-flake/

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Author: Lisa the Infidel

I am an #Infidel - born and bred North Carolina.

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