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Post by bob » Thu May 24, 2018 5:03 pm

CBS: Senate hopeful Joe Arpaio silent on Trump policies:
U.S. Senate candidate Joe Arpaio has repeatedly pledged his unwavering support for President Donald Trump, but the divisive retired sheriff is unwilling or unable to elaborate on the president's policies. Arpaio declined at a news conference Tuesday to explain how Mr. Trump's earlier plan to impose tariffs on Chinese imports would affect Arizona residents and whether the withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal would make Americans less or more safe.

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"I am not a 'yes man,' but I do support the majority of his policies, his agenda, and I'm going to continue doing that," Arpaio said. He was unable to name any Trump policies he opposed.

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Asked to say how the tariffs threatened by Mr. Trump would affect Arizona residents, Arpaio said only that he wants products to be made in the United States and doesn't believe the approach to tariffs would hurt the state.

He also was asked whether he knew what a tariff was.

"I know what tariffs are, but I'm not here to do a history — to educate you on what a tariff is," Arpaio said.

Similarly, he declined to say whether the Iran nuclear deal would make the United States safer.

"I don't have all the foreign information," Arpaio said. "You expect me to know everything. I am not in the Senate yet."


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Republican politicians have abdicated and left their party to the extreme of the extreme. Whack jobs to the core.


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FOX: Kelli Ward says Trump once told her Arpaio 'shouldn't get in' Senate race, report says:
Kelli Ward, a top contender in the hotly contested Arizona Republican Senate primary, told supporters last month that President Donald Trump once told her that Joe Arpaio “shouldn’t get in” the Senate race.

The Arizona Republic obtained video of the former state senator addressing supporters on May 24. She recalled a conversation with Trump last year at his Mar-a-Lago resort.

Ward said she was with her husband and daughter and was introduced to Trump. She said he recognized her and “basically knew everything that was going on in Arizona and in the race.”

“You know, he had his opinions,” she said. “He was like, 'You're up 15 points on Martha (McSally), and, you know, Joe shouldn't get in' — he had a few other things to say about that. I'll keep that to myself."


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Post by bob » Wed Jun 20, 2018 3:29 pm

MSN: Poll: McSally holds 14-point lead in Arizona GOP Senate primary:
Rep. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) surged into first place with a commanding 14-point lead in Arizona's closely watched GOP Senate primary, according to a new poll.

A poll conducted by Phoenix-based OH Predictive Insights (OHPI) has McSally ahead with a little over 39 percent of the vote, followed by former state Sen. Kelli Ward at 24.5 percent and former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio trailing far behind at nearly 14 percent. About 22 percent of voters remain undecided.

This is a big shift, since OHPI's last poll, from April, had Ward in first place and leading McSally by 9 points in the race to replace retiring GOP Sen. Jeff Flake. Arizona will hold its primary on Aug. 28.
Ward was leading in April.


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Ariz. Rep.: Joe Arpaio's request to Jeff Sessions smacks of a fundraising ploy:
Opinion: Attorney General Jeff Sessions doesn't need to look far to see why Joe Arpaio lost his last sheriff's race.

Making a desperate leap for Donald Trump’s coattails – or maybe just an excuse for another fundraising drive – Joe Arpaio is asking U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate why voters tossed him out of office in 2016.

The 86-year-old ex-sheriff, now a candidate for the Senate, has decided that Barack Obama’s Justice Department had it in for him.

He’s not alleging that the Russians were involved – just Murray Snow, the federal judge who ultimately found Arpaio guilty of criminal contempt of court.

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Arpaio is in a three-way race for the Republican nomination for the Senate. He can't win. He can, however, serve as a nice money tree worth shaking one last time.

And so comes this ridiculous appeal to Jeff Sessions.

“An investigation will shine light, once and for all, on the obvious corruption within the DOJ and FBI while there is time to reverse the evil trends," Arpaio's attorney wrote. “If not rooted out now, the rot will spoil much of what is good about our nation.”

That ought to be good for a few bucks.


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Post by bob » Mon Jun 25, 2018 11:46 am

Arpaio is a spoiler that prevents constitutionist Trump supporter Kelly Ward from beating establishment Martha McSally in AZ
:twisted: http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/arpaio-is-a ... lly-in-az/ :twisted:

Even Taitz can see it.


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Post by NotaPerson » Mon Jun 25, 2018 3:29 pm

New polling out today showing (again) that the Dems have an excellent chance at getting a senate seat from Arizona:

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/latest_polls/


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Ariz. Rep. wrote:Making a desperate leap for Donald Trump’s coattails – or maybe just an excuse for another fundraising drive – Joe Arpaio is asking U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate why voters tossed him out of office in 2016.
"For completeness": Arpaio's whiny letter (which indirectly references Montgomery) and memorandum in support(!) (which is basically a cut/paste job from previous court filings).

Arpaio must have (suckers') money to burn; I don't see the grifting ROI on this paper throwing.


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Ariz. Rep.: Most donations to Joe Arpaio's U.S. Senate campaign come from California:
In his bid for the U.S. Senate, Joe Arpaio is relying largely on small donations from donors outside Arizona.

While his top-tier rivals are collecting four-figure checks, the former Maricopa County sheriff touts his $25 donations from California to Washington, D.C., as evidence of his popularity with everyday Americans.

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U.S. Rep. Martha McSally, one of his Republican rivals, counts her campaign contributions in the millions. By contrast, Arpaio raised just $500,000 in the first three months of 2018, even though he entered the Senate race three days before McSally.

Campaign-finance records show that during the last quarter, most of Arpaio’s disclosed donations — those totaling $200 or more — came from California. Eleven of those donations, representing about $4,700, came from Sacramento.

Texans are also fueling his candidacy: 46 donations came from the Lone Star State, mostly from Houston.

And while Arpaio is campaigning to help President Donald Trump to drain the Washington, D.C. swamp, records show he has received 32 contributions worth nearly $14,000 from Washingtonians.

About a dozen Arizonans contributed during the last quarter, disclosed donations show, including multiple donations from a Wickenburg retiree.


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Post by Fortinbras » Mon Jul 09, 2018 5:31 pm

True that McSally has more cash than Arpaio ... but Crazy Joe is assured of free newsprint and airtime whenever he opens his mouth.



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Post by bob » Mon Jul 16, 2018 4:51 pm

Breitbart: EXCLUSIVE – Sheriff Joe Arpaio: Deploy U.S. Military Inside Mexico to Stop Illegal Immigration, Drug Smuggling:
Joe Arpaio, the former Sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona revealed that if he wins the U.S. Senate race in his state he would push for the deployment of the U.S. military inside Mexico to stop drugs, gangs and illegal aliens before they reach the American border.

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Unveiling part of his policy agenda, Arpaio explained his proposal to deploy U.S. troops inside Mexico:
My idea, which is maybe out of the box: Since we have agents that are government employees working with foreigners, why don’t we use another government agency that happens to be the U.S. Army and send them across the border to work with the foreign authorities, the Federales and the Mexican army? Not to invade Mexico.

We have been doing it anyway with other types of government employees so who is going to argue with this? Because something has to be done before the drugs come over the border. Stop it before it gets to the border. That is how you solve the problem.
Arpaio explained that Mexico would need to first agree to the deployment. He suggested that President Trump could use pressure tactics, such as withholding foreign aid, if Mexico resists.
It isn't invading Mexico if its consent is coerced!


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Post by tek » Mon Jul 16, 2018 5:48 pm

They'll agree to having the US Military deploy right after they write the check for the wall.


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Post by bob » Tue Jul 17, 2018 12:11 am

Politico: Megadonor boosts Ward in Arizona Senate race:
Conservative megadonor Robert Mercer has cut a $500,000 check to a super PAC backing Arizona Senate hopeful Kelli Ward, a major cash infusion that comes ahead of the Aug. 28 primary.

Polls have shown Ward, a conservative former state senator, trailing GOP Rep. Martha McSally. Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an immigration hard-liner, is also running in the primary for the seat being vacated by Republican Sen. Jeff Flake.

Mercer, a reclusive billionaire and a former hedge fund executive, has emerged as a major Ward benefactor. With his latest contribution, he has given KelliPAC a total of $800,000 in support of Ward this election cycle.

Mercer also funded Ward during the 2016 election season, when she waged an unsuccessful primary challenge against Sen. John McCain.


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MMfA: A senior Sinclair executive donated to the campaign of disgraced racist Joe Arpaio:
Frederick Smith, a senior executive at Sinclair Broadcast Group, recently donated $1,000 to Arizona Republican Joe Arpaio’s Senate campaign.

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Smith is a vice president and member of the board of directors at Sinclair. His father, the late Julian Sinclair Smith, founded the company.

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Smith donated $1,000 to Arpaio’s Senate campaign on May 23, according to Arpaio’s most recent Federal Election Commission filing. Like Sinclair’s political action committee, Smith has largely donated to Republicans this election cycle. As Politico reported, Smith also donated $1,000 last year to “Rep. Greg Gianforte's campaign the day after the Montana Republican was charged with assaulting a reporter.” The Guardian reported in April that Robert E. Smith, who is Frederick Smith’s brother and a member of Sinclair’s board of directors, donated the maximum amount of $5,400 to Gianforte's campaign.

Sinclair did not respond to a request for comment.


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Post by bob » Thu Jul 26, 2018 2:59 pm

WaPo: ACLU spends $720K in opposition to Joe Arpaio’s Senate bid:
The American Civil Liberties Union is spending $720,000 in the U.S. Senate race in Arizona to send people into neighborhoods to hand out fliers and run a TV commercial critical of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s treatment of immigrants.

The legal advocacy group normally stays out of political races, but it is getting involved in the Arizona campaign and other races across the country to emphasize the importance of civil liberties to voters, said Steve Kilar, a spokesman for the ACLU’s affiliate in Arizona.

“Joe Arpaio’s record in particular is so emblematic of what can happen if people aren’t paying attention to civil liberty records of the people they are electing,” Kilar said, adding that the group doesn’t endorse candidates and instead gives voters information so they can make decisions on issues affecting civil liberties. The $720,000 spent by the ACLU in the Arizona race includes $400,000 in expenditures reported Wednesday.

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Arpaio said the ACLU is worried that he’ll win the Aug. 28 GOP primary and will move on to beat U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, considered the front-runner among Democrats, in the Nov. 6 general election. “I am pretty happy that they are worried about me,” Arpaio said.
Technically this is a voter-education campaign not specifically aimed at Arpaio, but this does not seem like money well spent.


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Post by RoadScholar » Thu Jul 26, 2018 3:04 pm

bob wrote:
Wed Jul 25, 2018 3:02 pm
MMfA: A senior Sinclair executive donated to the campaign of disgraced racist Joe Arpaio:
Frederick Smith, a senior executive at Sinclair Broadcast Group, recently donated $1,000 to Arizona Republican Joe Arpaio’s Senate campaign.
* * *Smith is a vice president and member of the board of directors at Sinclair. His father, the late Julian Sinclair Smith, founded the company.
* * Smith donated $1,000 to Arpaio’s Senate campaign on May 23, according to Arpaio’s most recent Federal Election Commission filing. Like Sinclair’s political action committee, Smith has largely donated to Republicans this election cycle. As Politico reported, Smith also donated $1,000 last year to “Rep. Greg Gianforte's campaign the day after the Montana Republican was charged with assaulting a reporter.” The Guardian reported in April that Robert E. Smith, who is Frederick Smith’s brother and a member of Sinclair’s board of directors, donated the maximum amount of $5,400 to Gianforte's campaign.

Sinclair did not respond to a request for comment.
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Post by Sterngard Friegen » Thu Jul 26, 2018 3:05 pm

The ACLU should keep TF out of politics.

I for one would like Arpaio to be the Republican standard bearer. He's more likely to lose. And if he wins, he's not going to vote any differently than any other Republican.



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Post by RoadScholar » Thu Jul 26, 2018 3:06 pm

Concur. The last thing the ACLU needs is perceived bias.


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Post by Jcolvin2 » Thu Jul 26, 2018 3:39 pm

The MSCO's blatantly unconstitutional search of employment records (under Arpaio's leadership), and subsequent provision of the records obtained to ICE (with attendant press release), leads to later suppression of those documents in a civil proceedings (a very unusual result)
Frimmel Management v US (suppression of Arpaio search in subseq civil ICE proceedings) CA9 2018-07-26.pdf
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PNT: Joe Arpaio Films Video With Former Cult Member 'Michael the Black Man' at Border:
Former sheriff Joe Arpaio filmed a video at the U.S.-Mexico border with a former Florida cult member who goes by the name Michael the Black Man.

In the video posted on Thursday, Michael has his arm around Arpaio as the ousted former sheriff promotes his improbable race for Arizona's open Senate seat during a visit to the border fence in Naco, Arizona.

Michael was a follower of the Yahweh ben Yahweh cult, a black-supremacist religious sect in Florida. In 1990, the feds charged Michael and over a dozen fellow cult members with conspiracy related to brutal murders in Florida.

Alongside Arpaio and Michael in the video is an independent Senate candidate in Massachusetts, Shiva Ayyadurai, who shared the live video on Twitter.

Born in India, Ayyadurai is a scientist and MIT graduate who claims that he invented email. He began his Senate campaign as a Republican before switching to run as an independent. Ayyadurai’s campaign uses the slogan, “Defeat #FakeIndian Elizabeth Warren,” as a derogatory jab at his Democratic opponent.

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"Maybe you and I, we just go over and walk in there [to Mexico]?" Arpaio says.

"Let's do that," Ayyadurai responds, and the video cuts off abruptly.

But, of course, they didn't have the gumption to just walk "in there."

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"We just need the rest of you to stop being patsies, and being so afraid of these Demon-crat Confederate rebel dogs and stop cowering down to them," [Michael said at another Arpaio event].

Quoting from the Book of Exodus to end his speech, a fired-up Michael suggests that the government should shoot people who cross the border illegally. If border-crossers knew that the government would shoot them, "you wouldn't run your behind through that wall," Michael says.

Before walking offstage, he tries to lead the crowd in a chant: "Latin, black, and white must unite."

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Michael was charged and later acquitted on two murders stemming from the Yahweh ben Yahweh cult’s activities in Florida. He’s also a conspiracy theorist who has made wild-eyed accusations about Hillary Clinton, tying her to the KKK, and has called Oprah Winfrey the "devil" and a "hell-bound jezebel."

Michael has also become a familiar face at President Trump’s rallies. He often manages to get a prime spot behind Trump’s podium – at the president’s Phoenix rally last year, Michael held a sign that said “Blacks for Trump.”
More about Michael's past is, as they say, at the link.


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Post by tek » Sat Jul 28, 2018 5:12 pm

Well, I guess that's no surprise; Ayyadurai is a total asshole.


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Post by TollandRCR » Sat Jul 28, 2018 5:31 pm

I wish the ACLU had reserved its money for projects in civil rights and civil liberties. I see no chance for Arpaio to win. Besides, it does look partisan.


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Parker Pioneer: Arpaio claims Ward acted aggressively towards him at GOP picnic :
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio says his political opponent, former state Sen. Kelli Ward, made aggressive moves towards him during the 74th annual Mohave County Republican picnic, which was held July 28.

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According to Arpaio, the alleged incident occurred as a Ward volunteer – identified as Mardi Allen Benedict in photos taken at the time – exchanged campaign trinkets with the 86-year-old former Maricopa County sheriff as the daylong event drew to a close.

“I gave the staffer one of my campaign stickers and she gave me a Kelli Ward pin,” Arpaio said. “I believe Ward saw the exchange … and grabbed the pin, got mad and threw it to the ground … but instead, it hit my director of communications.”

Prior to the alleged altercation that occurred following lunch, Arpaio says there was a separate purported event that raised concerns throughout his campaign team including Tania Burgess, Arpaio’s director of communications.

“Everybody wanted to engage and take pictures with Joe – including people with Kelli Ward shirts on – as soon as we arrived at the picnic,” Burgess said. “I thought that Ward started stewing and I felt that something was fixing to happen, so I started taking pictures.”

Burgess said that Ward made a beeline straight toward Arpaio, allegedly slapping him on the shoulder while making a “smart-alecky” remark.

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What I did not expect was here comes Kelli Ward,” Burgess said. “I did not expect everything that happened to happen. I did not expect to see Kelli Ward grab the sticker out of her (volunteer’s) hand, screaming not to take that from him.”

Burgess added that Ward allegedly grabbed her campaign pin out of Arpaio’s hand, while inadvertently opening the clasp.

"Kelli Ward threw it back across Sheriff's Joe's chest, but it struck me right in the arm," Burgess said. "It was really only a pinprick, but it was mindboggling she would act like this."
America's toughest sheriff, indeed. (This is "newsworthy" only because Arpaio thought it made him look good.)


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Post by bob » Tue Jul 31, 2018 5:34 pm

Miki Booth on the Facebook:
Miki Booth wrote:PAT BOONE ENDORSES JOE ARPAIO for US SENATE
"For 60 plus years I've sung to and for America, and I'm still going strong. Now I want to sing my support for Sheriff Joe Arpaio's current campaign to be a United States Senator representing Arizona. This strong man, this great Sheriff, has served your state and our country for 55 years and continues to have as much energy and passion as ever. He'll continue to help protect and grow both your state and America in support of our President. Please give him your vote both in the primary and general election.

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Rick Brown wrote:Sorry, I love Sheriff Joe but he had his chance at this many years ago and turned it down. Now he cannot even get re-elected Sheriff. The anti Trump RINO McSally has admitted that John McCain her mentor and NOBODY wants anymore of the same old shit! I'll be voting Kelli Ward for US Senate 2018!
Miki Booth wrote:He may have turned it down but he has done so much to expose obama since then and as a sheriff. Kelli is fine but Sheriff Joe will do better.
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Miki Booth wrote:This is not intended to be a sounding board for anti-Joe Arpaio mud slingers. Go away. Pat Boone and VP Mike Pence endorse Joe and so do I, not to mention the law enforcement community.
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Miki Booth wrote:Have you considered that he was not elected because george soros funded his democratic opponent to shut Joe up and scuttle the birth certificate investigation which is the first official thing he did when he took over Joe's office?
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Ed Sunderland wrote:We had Pat Boon on the radio show!
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David Ward wrote:Still waiting on his scathing indictment on the Obama Birth Certificate caper.
Miki Booth wrote:He gave it December 15, 2016. President Trump has it now.


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