(TheRedWire.com) – Over the last several months, Sens. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) forced Democrats to abandon their Left-wing partisan reconciliation package for a slimmed-down version. Two Moderate Senators taking the Democrat’s agenda to the chopping block and paring down proposals regarding taxes, social programs, and climate change upset the Left. As a result, activists have harassed Sinema three times in recent weeks. It started in the bathroom of Arizona State University and most recently in an airport.
How stupid does one need to be to think they can fix the climate of the earth?
— George says…. (@Osfansdkp) October 26, 2021
On Monday, October 25, a climate change activist confronted Sen. Sinema in an airport, claiming to be her constituent. Usually, constituents make appointments with elected officials to discuss issues. Not this activist. The woman cornered Sinema and got so close to her, Sinema warned the activist not to touch her. Otherwise, the senator remained quiet and did not respond to the harassment.
The question is, will there be any accountability for the bad behavior. In the case of the Arizona State University bathroom video situation, there may be legal consequences. Arizona law says it’s illegal to take pictures or video people in bathrooms without their consent or in any other place where privacy is a reasonable expectation. Unfortunately, there isn’t a federal law in public places such as airports that prevents people from talking to or protesting public figures so long as they don’t harm anyone or threaten them physically.
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