Fireworks just went off at the latest Arizona GOP meeting.
Figuratively, of course.
Grassroots conservatives denounced Arizona’s Establishment Republicans.
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These pro-Trump activists called out Doug Ducey, Rusty Bowers, and Martha McSally.
Well, the crowd was filled with many Establishment-types and they weren’t having it.
There were several tense moments as the pro-Trump candidates made their voices heard!
See the incredible 5 minute clip that is beginning to go viral below:
It’s no wonder that Establishment Republicans in Arizona are worried.
Pro-Trump leader Dr. Kelli Ward won RE-ELECTION as the chairwoman for the state’s Republican party.
— Arizona Republican Party (@AZGOP) January 23, 2021
— Dr. Kelli Ward 🇺🇸 (@kelliwardaz) January 23, 2021
Trump may no longer be President, but we are still draining the swamp!
The latest battleground is Arizona.
Now that the grassroots has gained power in Arizona, Establishment RINOS McCain, Flake, and Ducey have all been censured.
The Hill confirms:
The Arizona Republican Party, in an anticipated move, approved resolutions Saturday censuring Gov. Doug Ducey (R), former GOP Sen. Jeff Flake and Cindy McCain, the widow of the late Arizona Sen. John McCain (R).
The public rebukes, which are largely symbolic, came after both Cindy McCain and Flake endorsed President Biden in the 2020 election. The party cited Ducey’s coronavirus restrictions as the reason behind his censure.
The Arizona Republic reported that the resolution to condemn Ducey argued that his emergency safety rules “restrict personal liberties and force compliance to unconstitutional edicts.”
Meanwhile, the party, at its statewide meeting, argued Saturday that McCain “has supported globalist policies and candidates” and “condemned [former] President Trump for his criticism of her husband and erroneously placed behaviors over actual presidential results.”
The state GOP said Flake has “condemned the Republican Party, rejected populism, and rejected the interests of the American people over globalist interests,” adding that he should join the Democratic Party.
When contacted by The Hill, Flake repeated a statement he issued on Twitter earlier this month when the censure resolutions were first announced: “If condoning the president’s behavior is required to stay in the Party’s good graces, I’m just fine being on the outs.”
Following the party’s vote Sunday, Flake tweeted a photo of himself posing with McCain and Ducey at Biden’s inauguration this week, along with a caption that read, “Good company.”
The sad part?
Both McCain and Flake think that it’s a badge of honor to be censured by their own party!
This shows exactly how OUT OF TOUCH the Establishment-types are with the people they are meant to represent.
Thank you, President Trump, for exposing the Swamp Creatures!
It is a high honor to be included in a group of Arizonans who have served our state and our nation so well…and who, like my late husband John, have been censured by the AZGOP. I’ll wear this as a badge of honor.
— Cindy McCain (@cindymccain) January 24, 2021
Good company pic.twitter.com/1pdgVGE5Ps
— Jeff Flake (@JeffFlake) January 24, 2021