Axios called out for gushing article on senator holding up Biden’s agenda

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Senator Kirsten Cinema has drawn a lot of anger in recent days as she stands in the way of the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion bill to expand America’s social safety net—which, in turn, is a separate effort to improve the nation’s infrastructure. Bipartisan blocks $1 trillion bill.

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What makes progressives particularly furious is that Ms. Cinema reportedly didn’t even explain why. While her de facto partner, Senator Joe Manchin, continues to hold talks with Democrats, Ms Sinima has reportedly given no details on how she can get a “yes”, making her handicap not only impenetrable. , but also without any clear purpose.

Friday DC-based news site axios entered the field with glossy profile Senator from Arizona, exuding his John McCain-esque maverick persona for triathlons, wines, and funky clothing.

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“Sen. Kirsten Sinema’s political allies have some free advice for anyone trying to bully a triathlete who drinks alcohol to support President Biden’s $3.5 trillion budget bill,” axios Writes the scribe Hans Nichols. “She doesn’t play by Washington’s rules — and she’s ready to walk away.”

Readers on Twitter were not impressed.

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“Oh, she rides a bike and drinks,” a sarcastic observer commented. “I had no idea! It changes everything. Thank you very much.”

“Drinking is not a personality trait, and the ‘bullying’ you are referring to (which most would call ‘taking a politician to account’) has yielded more results in the past week than the child glove treatment last 6 months, “second did not vote.

“What on earth is this?” to someone else Asked Enough.

Another politician, Chicago City Council member Carlos Ramirez-Rosa, also chimed in.

“Bully? Is she twelve years old at bedtime?” Mr. Ramirez-Rosa wrote. “He’s a US senator. My constituents aren’t ‘bullying’ me when they force me to vote in some way or another, they’re engaging in constitutionally protected speech.”

Others were suspicious of “political allies”. axios as outlined.

One Twitter user said, “Weird how Axios didn’t find a single ally to go on record and no one’s name was mentioned in the article.” wrote.

“‘Allies of Kristen Cinema’ – you mean Republican?” one more Asked.

Granthshala has reached axios to comment, but haven’t heard back yet.



Credit: www.independent.co.uk / Kyrsten Sinema

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