Jeff Flake: ‘I’ll Take the Globalist Moniker, Thank You’

Arizona voters will have a chance to throw out the proud globalist Jeff Flake in 2018. He does NOT believe in America First. Rather, he is a George Soros/Hillary Clinton style globalist who doesn’t represent the people of Arizona, but instead represents the globalist Elite. – Shorty Dawkins

This article comes from Breitbart.com

by Tony Lee

Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) proudly wants to be called a “globalist.”

Flake, who is up for reelection in 2018 and is vulnerable to a primary challenge, reportedly “embraces” that label in his new book, which bashes President Donald Trump. It also reportedly argues that the “nationalist” and “populist” America-first policies that got Trump elected in a historic win for the ages and brought millions of new voters into the Republican Party do not represent the GOP’s future.

“Seemingly overnight, the word globalist became a grave insult among people in my party who also call themselves ‘conservative,’” he reportedly writes in his new book, according to the Arizona Republic. “… In this country, we are less than 5 percent of the world’s population. We are 20 percent of the world’s economic output. And if we don’t trade, we don’t grow. Given the alternatives, I’ll take the globalist moniker, thank you.”

While promoting his book to the media elites, Flake has blasted pro-Trump Republicans for being “xenophobic” and their “nativism.” On CNN on Tuesday, he again criticized Republicans for embracing the “unfamiliar banner” of “populism” and combating illegal immigration. He also spoke about the purported “xenophobia” of Trump’s voters.

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Comments

  1. Chip 2 August, 2017, 11:22

    Another Socialist with an R after his name. I guarantee you, his teachers poisoned his brain. Sad…but he will pay the price. “The strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must”

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  2. Greg k 2 August, 2017, 12:33

    There’s a big difference between “Globalist” and “Global Trade.” He may not know the difference due to all those Multinational conglomerates paying his election costs. That’s where the problem lies. Consider this; who benefits the most from “Single Payer Healthcare?” It aint you or me, and it sure isn’t the small businesses. Heck, the government really doesn’t benefit, excepting hiring quotas.

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    • lc65 3 August, 2017, 13:39

      He shouldn’t be a senator of the USA if he does not know the meaning of words.
      Also, he did not vote to repeal Obamacare even though he ran on it .
      Just another empty suit.

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  3. RJS 5 August, 2017, 14:58

    Someone should clue him into the fact that not too long ago if someone called you a “flake”, it usually meant that you didn’t have the brains that God gave a goose.

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