Jeff Flake Provokes Conservative Anger with Latest Self-Serving Antics

There are legitimate ways for conservatives and Republicans to be critical of Donald Trump. We saw a lot of it during the last presidential primaries, though most on the Right overcame their objections to Trump after he won in 2016. Nevertheless, there are still principled conservative critics like Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) who stand up for Trump when they think he is right and call him out when he’s not. And then there are people like Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.). Flake came out swinging against Trump during the primaries and didn’t desist after Trump’s election. Instead, he’s built himself into the anti-Trump

Media Gushes Over Teen After She Lectures Senator on “Privilege” (VIDEO)

At a town hall in Mesa, Ariz., this past week, high school senior Deja Foxx got her fifteen minutes of fame by asking Republican Senator Jeff Flake a series of loaded questions, attacking him for voting ‘yes’ on the bill signed by the President Trump last week that gives states the ability to redirect their tax dollars to organizations besides Planned Parenthood for family planning services. Foxx began her address to the Senator by attacking him for his “privilege”: I just want to state some facts. I’m a young woman; you’re a middle-aged man. I’m a person of color, and

Here’s Why the GOP Shouldn’t Confirm Garland … Even If Hillary Wins

Increasingly, Republican politicos in Washington, D.C. are considering confirming President Obama’s proposed replacement for Antonin Scalia, Merrick Garland. In an interview with Business Insider, Senator Jeff Flake, R-Ariz said that Republicans should confirm Garland if they lose the presidential election this upcoming November. “Obviously if we lose the election and lose the White House, then we ought to move quickly to confirm [Garland],” Flake said. “And I think if it becomes apparent that we aren’t going to win the White House — if we know in October that it’s not good — then we’ve got to move forward at that point.”