Jeff Flake, the former Republican senator from Arizona, penned an impassioned op-ed in the Wahington Post, as reported by CNN. The article’s title, somewhat melodramatically, lets his former colleagues know that it’s not too “save your souls.” Flake, rather infamously, was pressured by a Progressive Liberal operative just prior to the confirmation vote for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and brought the hearings to a screeching halt. The retired senator has been a vocal critic of the president for a long time.
The plea comes amid all the talk of the House of Representatives’ impeachment inquiry of President Trump. Of course, the liberal media outlets are lapping this up — there’s absolutely no surprise in that. What is disconcerting, is that a person who served in Congress for nearly two decades between the two chambers would use his quasi-celebrity to continue his personal vendetta. In this time of vitriolic rhetoric and divisiveness, is it really in the best interest of the United States for a man people still see in a leadership role to use a public forum to write such a histrionic piece?
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