The social media put up was a direct response to her anticipated censure by the state Republicans for her supposed ties to leftist, globalist causes and failure to assist President Trump by endorsing President-elect Joe Biden.
The state’s Republican Party, led by Chairwoman Dr. Kelli Ward, is searching for retribution — beginning with McCain, who endorsed the former vice president in the course of the election and has since joined his transition team advisory board.
The decision can be up for consideration on the social gathering’s annual assembly on Jan. 23, based on the @AZGOP Twitter account.
A draft of the text lists McCain’s assist of homosexual marriage, Biden and condemnation of Trump as causes to “dissolve any connections whatsoever” with McCain, even going so far as to say that McCain acted “in direct opposition to Republican values, the pursuits of the American folks, and the Constitution of the United States.”
McCain’s late husband was not a fan of Trump and vice versa. The two traded blows up till McCain’s death in August 2018.
The state’s social gathering issued an analogous denouncement of the senator in 2014, however he went on to beat Ward in the 2016 Republican primary.
In an interview in The Arizona Republic, considered one of a handful all through the course of the previous couple of months, McCain stated she was not stunned by the decision and “continuous insults and personal attacks from Arizona GOP Chairman Kelli Ward.”
McCain stated Ward’s assault was politically motivated and her involvement in each Senate elections to exchange her husband and former Republican Sen. Jeff Flake “resulted in Democrat wins.”
“As Chairman of the AZGOP she managed to turn Arizona blue in November for the first time since 1996,” she instructed the Republic. “Maybe she should be reminded that my husband never lost an Arizona election since his first win in 1982; he and Governor [Doug] Ducey are the last two Republicans to win statewide races in Arizona.”
In response, state Republican Party spokesman Zachery Henry accused McCain of pushing a “false narrative” a couple of “perceived grudge” and stated that the censure is definitely a “tragic indictment by the Republican Party of Arizona at large of her own efforts to campaign for and support left-wing Democratic candidates.”
McCain and the Arizona Republican Party didn’t instantly return messages from Fox News searching for remark.
The Arizona Republican Party will even meet to think about the censure of Republican Gov. Doug Ducey for his dealing with of the coronavirus pandemic.
Flake, who confronted criticisms much like these towards McCain, was successfully censured by Maricopa County Republicans earlier this month.
“I’m in good company,” he tweeted last week, referring to McCain.