U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (I-Ariz.) speaks during a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland on January 17, 2023. Photo || Benedikt von Loebell/World Economic Forum/flickr/cc
Opinion: Arizona’s senior senator sticks out with another loud fashion statement that says more about progressive Democrats than herself.
By Phil Boas || The Arizona Republic
You have to marvel at the staying power of Sen. Kyrsten Sinema. How long can she keep up this magical mystery tour, this brilliant burst of light and color?
This week she was at the alpine headquarters of Specter, the global confab of the World Economic Forum, where Klaus Schwab, the Ernst Blofeld of our times, strokes a white feline and spreads his tentacles across the globe.
Davos is the meeting place of the beautiful people, the correct thinking, center-left doyens of Silicon Valley and Wall Street and Brussels – the internationalists who want all mankind singing from the same hymnal of colossal windmills and laboratory meat.
Into this colorless throng of left-wing conformity came Sinema with an invitation from some WEF functionary who no doubt today is dropping through Schwab’s trap door.
Was it sheer chance, or some sly impulse that made Sinema dress the way she did? Because she was the only one who came dressed for the occasion.
She dressed as a sheep.