Voters in Arizona are suffering buyer’s remorse over their decision to re-elect Sen. John McCain over his challenger, Dr. Kelli Ward. Indeed, every conservative voter in the nation has had their “what if” moment when they pause to consider McCain’s last re-election victory.
What if Kelli Ward had knocked off Arizona’s senior senator in 2016? For those who pay attention, it is well-known that McCain is no conservative and often speaks out of both sides of his mouth when it comes to important issues like balancing the budget, cutting out waste, defending the border and even protecting the military from political correctness.
Nevertheless, McCain, a media darling (as long as he is knocking fellow Republicans), has fashioned his political career around supporting Democrats on critical issues and then suffering a conservative conversion before he’s up for re-election – just in time to fool the voters, again.
McCain has secured his seat for another five-plus years, barring his health issues, but voters in Arizona have another chance to send Ward to the United States Senate. They appear ready to do just that.
This time around, Ward is challenging Sen. Jeff Flake, another conservative faker, and this election should provide some important lessons for voters throughout the country.
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