Seems like a good time to look back and see who endorsed Kyrsten Sinema in her 2018 primary against the @justicedems supported candidate.
You all got what you wanted, I don't see why you're complaining now
Here's a piece from 2017 asking one of the beltway media's favorite "millennial progressive" stand-in @jonfavs not to endorse Sinema, outlining her terrible voting record.

He still endorsed her in the primary.…
Here's the rest of Sinema's 2018 primary endorsements (and link:…)
of course the @dscc endorsement means she was hand-picked by the party. Looking at all those establishment advocacy groups that she's currently screwing over with her withheld votes rn.

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