GOP-controlled Arizona House votes to expel Republican member

All I can say is:

ABOUT ■■■■■■■ TIME!!!

This lunatic not only deserved her expulsion, brought by Republicans and supported by Democrats, she needs to be put on a SpaceX mission and launched into permanent orbit around the sun.

The vote was 46 to 13, all 13 noes being Republican. The majority of Republicans voted to expel.

This is a swing district that elects two members and the other member from this district is Democrat. If a Democrat wins, the Arizona House will go from Republican control to a 30 to 30 tie.

Hopefully, somebody with at least some semblance of sanity is elected to replace her, regardless of party. I would rather see Democrats get this seat than that lunatic ever again allowed near any position of power.


Anyone know off hand what the rules are for this open seat? States get weird so I’m curious. I didn’t realize Tennessee could do what they did so I’m not sure on Arizona. Quick special election? Appointment? Can her local government reappoint this crazy lady?

I believe Arizona requires a full election. Primary and General.

I think the kicker was when she brought the Mormon church into it.

Karenism must die!

There was once an alleged statement “I may not agree with what you say but I will fight for your right to say it”.
Obviously out of date.

Sometime in the not too distant past, people were all adamant about how removing representatives from legislatures was anti democratic and too extreme. But that was more than ten minutes ago. All is forgotten because we don’t agree with the representative who is being removed.
So is Kamala going to go down there and support her?
Is Schumer demanding an investigation?

For a few seconds I came close to actually believing people held a principle against removing elected officials. Silly me.


Sooo, you’re mad at the Arizona Republicans?

I made my view clear.


I think that I agree with you. A censure and/or removal from the committee seems more appropriate.

But then again, I don’t have my finger on the pulse of AZ politics. Maybe this was the proverbial final straw.