Senator Kyrsten Sinema locks herself in Arizona State University washroom to avoid young immigrant activists


A video posted to Twitter Sunday by social justice group Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA) shows youth organizers confronting Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ), even following her into a bathroom at one point. Seeking to speak to the Democratic representative about her opposition to the Build Back Better program, President Biden’s ambitious economic stimulus package widely backed by Democrats, several activists can be seen in the video waiting outside what LUCHA said to be the hall. Sinema’s classroom on the Arizona State University campus. When Sinema emerges, they ask to speak to him. “I’m actually going,” she replies, and walks into a washroom.

At the sound of the toilet flushing, an activist identified as Blanca spoke to Sinema from the bathroom entrance. “We have to hold you accountable for what you told us, for what you promised us you were going to go through when we knocked on doors for you,” Blanca said in the footage. “It is not true.”

In other video posted on Twitter by LUCHA, protesters follow Sinema as she enters her classroom. “We would not have to resort to confrontation @senatorsinema around Phx if she took meetings with the communities that elected her, ”says the caption. “She was completely inaccessible.” In the footage, the group stands outside chanting, “Build back better!” Pass the bill! and “Without papers! Without fear ! “


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