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Article by Bryan Howard
October 16, 2018
During an explosive Arizona Senate debate, Republican Rep. Martha McSally claimed Democratic challenger Rep. Kyrsten Sinema created an act of treason for her comments on being “OK” if Americans joined the Taliban. McSally a former Air Force combat pilot, demanded Sinema to apologize to veterans.
“CNN reported that in 2003, while [Sinema] was on the radio, [she] said it was okay for Americans to join the Taliban to fight against us. “You said you had no problem with that!”
“I want to ask right now whether you’re going to apologize to the veterans and me for saying it’s okay to commit treason,” McSally continued. “We need a response because she owes us an apology.”