Cindy McCain Breaks Her Silence After She’s Censored by Arizona GOP | Beaufort County Now | Cindy McCain, the widow of the late Republican Senator John McCain, has broken her silence after being censored by the Arizona GOP for supporting Joe Biden over Donald Trump in the last presidential election. | lifezette, cindy mccain, censure, arizona, GOP, january 26, 2021

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Cindy McCain Breaks Her Silence After She’s Censored by Arizona GOP

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  Cindy McCain, the widow of the late Republican Senator John McCain, has broken her silence after being censored by the Arizona GOP for supporting Joe Biden over Donald Trump in the last presidential election.

"It is a high honor to be included in a group of Arizonans who have served our state and our nation so well ... and who, like my late husband John, have been censured by the AZGOP. I'll wear this as a badge of honor," McCain tweeted on Saturday.

  McCain was censored along with former Arizona Senator Jeff Flake, who also endorsed Biden, and current Governor Doug Ducey, who fought back against Trump's efforts to overturn the election results.

  McCain was censored because she "has supported globalist policies and candidates" and "condemned President Trump for his criticism of her husband and erroneously placed behaviors over actual presidential results," according to AZCentral. The Arizona GOP said that Flake, was censored because he "condemned the Republican Party, rejected populism, and rejected the interests of the American people over globalist interests."

  As for Ducey, he allegedly restricted "personal liberties" and forced "compliance to unconstitutional edicts" when he imposed emergency rules during the coronavirus pandemic.

  McCain had previously talked about the possibility of being censored while appearing on her daughter Meghan McCain's ABC talk show "The View."

"It's about doing what's right for the country, and certainly Senator Flake and Governor Ducey have made some very tough decisions lately and in the past, but it was for the good of our state and the country," she said. "I'm in good company, your dad was censured by them. I think I'm going to make T-shirts for everyone and wear them."

  McCain went on to talk about what she feels the current state of the Republican Party is.

"I think what we have seen here is when I began in the Republican Party officially, the Republican Party was the party of inclusion. It was the party of generosity, it was the party of country first," she said. 'We have lost our way and it's time we get back on track because we have always been the party that cared deeply, that loved what our country did and what it stood for."

"We have lost our way and I truly hope as things progress on and we get further away from this mess that occurred that we can do just that and get back on track and remind people that we are here for the country and not the party," McCain added.


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