Senator Jeff the Flake will be a bad memory come this time next year. Until then, he is going to screw the Republican Party and the American people as much as he can.

Flake’s most recent “un-American activity” is not only writing a check to financially support the campaign of Roy Moore’s opponent Doug Jones, who is to the left of Barack Hussein, but to brag about it on Twitter, rubbing Republicans’ noses in his steaming pile of treason.

With an approval rating of 18%, Flake decided not to humiliate himself by running for reelection in Arizona, where he is less popular than syphilis.

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Flake (R-AZ) has been a thorn in the side of Republicans, and specifically, Donald Trump for some time now, says BizPac Review. Whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing depends on one’s point-of-view.

On Tuesday, however, Flake crossed over into full #Resistance mode with a tweet that contained a snapshot of a $100 donation to Roy Moore opponent Doug Jones.

The Alabama special Senate election has been a hot issue ever since accusers came forward in the Washington Post to allege Roy Moore dated them when they were underage.

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One woman claimed that she was 14 years old when she and Moore engaged in sexual behavior in 1979. The other three accusers stated that they dated Moore while they were between the ages of 16 and 18 years old and it was consensual.

President Donald Trump recently backed Roy Moore, who leads in the race according to most polling.