Pleasure Reid criticizes Kyrsten Sinema for pretending to handle voting rights

The Democrats rejoiced in January when Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff won their races and gave the party control of the Senate. And that benefit enabled them to enforce a major COVID relief bill that helped millions of Americans.

But the party has a much bigger agenda that it wants to achieve. Unfortunately, Democrats Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema seem to be standing in the way of their progress.

During one segment on Wednesday night, Joy Reid took Sinema up for pretending to be caring for the democratic agenda without really supporting it. The presenter told her audience:

“She (Sinema) understands what is happening in her own state. I can only conclude that she supports what they are doing and wants it to go on because she says – she’s on the bill – she’s a co-sponsor [of the For the People Act that addresses voting rights]. It really comes in handy to have her show up in black churches on MLK day so that she can cover herself that way. But all I can conclude is that what she sees what the Republicans are doing, she is for it, because she is not for changing it. It’s not there to stop. I don’t know what else to conclude. “

The Arizona Senator is currently under fire for missing a vote on a bill that would have created a 1/6 commission. She says she has an important matter to attend to, but hasn’t explained why she wasn’t there.

Todd Neikirk is a New Jersey-based policy and technology writer. His work has been featured on, and He enjoys sports, politics, comics, and spends time with his family on the waterfront.

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