- Picture says a lot
Yep! This is the Marco Rubio we’ve come to ‘know and love’…NOT!
Is there anyone out there, on either side of the “establishment vs. the Trump voters” blocs who would ever trust this guy?
Amnesty? Oh yeah, he and the rest of the ‘Gang of 8″!
On the other hand, does anyone recall Marco campaigning on an “amnesty platform”?
I think Rubio is one who has enjoyed the cover that the likes of Collins, McCain, Murkowski, Rand Paul, have enabled him to pose as whatever “courageous” pol he believes voters will like.
The best decision Marco Rubio ever made, short-lived as it was, was to not run for reelection in 2016. He, of course, ‘changed his mind’ when his personal interests demanded…but then, that’s Marco!
(This Flake(y) endorsement may be the little guy’s long overdue decisive miscalculation. We can only hope.) DLH
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) attended a fundraiser for Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) on Monday in a bid to support his 2018 Senate reelection campaign against challenger Kelli Ward.
Rubio was the headline speaker at the exclusive event in Scottsdale, Arizona, for which lunch tickets cost $100 and VIP tickets cost $500.
Both Rubio and Flake were part of the “Gang of Eight” that proposed the 2013 immigration bill that sought to provide amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants. Flake subsequently endorsed Rubio’s failed 2016 presidential campaign.
When asked by Breitbart News why he endorsed Flake, Rubio’s office did not return a request for comment.
Flake has been a prominent critic of President Donald Trump from the outset, having refused to back his presidential campaign and regularly attacking the policies of his administration, particularly those regarding immigration. Flake proudly describes himself as a “globalist.”
Meanwhile, Trump has already signaled his support for Flake’s primary challenger Kelli Ward, describing Flake as “weak on borders” and “toxic.”
A poll conducted by JMC Analytics in August found that Ward already has a 25-point lead against Flake more than a year before the election, currently polling at 47 percent support compared to Flake’s 21 percent.
We note the picture that was part of the Breibart article. One commenter to the Breitbart article referred to Schumer in the picture (standing behind the three amigos) using descriptive terms, as the puppet master. We do note the giggly smile on the three in front. Does Schumer have three hands?