Good Example of Political Prostitute & Prostitution
Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema is the only Democrat in the entire U.S. Congress who refuses to support net neutrality—despite the fact that 80 percent of her constituents support it.1,2
And now a bombshell news report directly ties her to a Comcast lobbyist’s dark money group.
The report found that Sinema directed $100,000 to an anti-net neutrality group funded by Big Cable, which in turn ran a huge last-minute ad in support of Sinema’s campaign for U.S. Senate. That’s on top of the donations she’s gotten directly from AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, Cox, and Charter.3
Last spring, we put up a billboard put next to one of the busiest highways in Arizona, and in response, Arizona Democrats drafted a censure resolution condemning her opposition to net neutrality.
Sen. Sinema barely won her race for Senate, and is expected to face a tough reelection the next time she’s up. She could score easy political points by supporting net neutrality, which is overwhelmingly popular in her state.
So why doesn’t she? It’s all about the money.
United States SenatorKyrsten Lea Sinema is an American politician serving as the senior United States Senator from Arizona since 2019. A member of the Democratic Party, she served as the U.S. Representative from Arizona’s 9th congressional district from 2013 to 2019. She previously served in both chambers of the Arizona State Legislature, after election to the Arizo…