Progressive Activists Stalk And Record Video Outside Kyrtsen Sinema’s Bathroom Stall

A group of progressive activists followed Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) into a bathroom and then recorded her as they stood outside her stall protesting immigration reform and her opposition to Democrats’ economic agenda.

On Saturday, the scene took place in an Arizona State University bathroom.

A far-left group named Living United For Change in Arizona was among the harassers. Inexplicably, they uploaded the videos to social media believing it would make them look better.

“We knocked on doors for you to get you elected, and just like how we got you elected, we can get you out of office if you don’t support what you promised us,” one activist warns as Sinema closes the stall door.

Other grievances appear to involve immigration reform, with one activist seeming to indicate she is a so-called DREAMer, lamenting she can not travel to Mexico and return because there is “no pathway to citizenship.”

You can find them here IsThis is a path to citizenship. Many immigrants in the United States are granted citizenship because they have followed that path.

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The Bathroom Stalking Kyrtsen Sinema

According to Yahoo News, members of LUCHA also protested Kyrsten Sinema away from the bathroom – in fact, at a public fundraiser in Phoenix – urging her to “Build Back Better, back the bill.”

The demand is a reference to the Senator’s opposition to the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill.

Arizona State says that Sinema was an adjunct professor at Arizona State in 2003.

She is no longer a well-respected professor at an American University. Instead, she has to hide behind a bathroom door because the students have become out of control.

Sinema was shown being followed by activists as she went from the classroom to the toilet. A video of her response shows she did not respond to their demands or comments, and she even washed her hands.

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Sinema made the shocking announcement last month to her colleagues that she couldn’t support the huge $3.5 trillion party-line spending bill.

“Proceedings in the U.S. House will have no impact on Kyrsten’s views about what is best for our country – including the fact that she will not support a budget reconciliation bill that costs $3.5 trillion,” a spokesperson said at the time.

She slammed leaders in her own party this past weekend over their “inexcusable” failure to hold a vote on the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure plan. 

Video of the bathroom incident involving Kyrsten Sinema prompted Representative Matt Gaetz (R-FL) to suggest the illegal immigrant involved in the harassment should be “deported.”

The person who was in this country illegally could have committed a crime recording Senator using the toilet.

According to the Arizona State Legislature website, “It is unlawful for any person to knowingly photograph, videotape, film, digitally record or by any other means secretly view, with or without a device, another person without that person’s consent … in a restroom, bathroom …”

Last week, the Arizona State Democratic Party passed a resolution criticizing Sinema for her defense of the filibuster and her opposition to the Democrats’ reconciliation bill.

They warned that if she doesn’t capitulate to the demands of the spending bill, they will “go officially on record” and “give Senator Sinema a vote of NO CONFIDENCE.”

Martin Quezada, a state senator (D), said Sinema was possible to have avoided being harassed in a bathroom if she was “available to meet and hear [constituents] out on the issues they are passionate about using normal channels.”

Senator Quezada said that illegal immigrants are not constituents.