Mazie Hirono

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Mazie Hirono
Junior U.S. Senator from Hawaii
From: January 3, 2013 – present
Predecessor Daniel Akaka
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Former U.S. Representative from Hawaii's 2nd District
From: January 3, 2007 – January 3, 2013
Predecessor Ed Case
Successor Tulsi Gabbard
Former Lieutenant Governor of Hawaii
From: December 2, 1994 – December 2, 2002
Predecessor Ben Cayetano
Successor Duke Aiona
Former State Representative from Hawaii's 22nd District
From: 1993 – 1994
Predecessor ?
Successor Terry Noshinaga
Former State Representative from Hawaii's 32nd District
From: 1985 – 1993
Predecessor ?
Successor ?
Former State Representative from Hawaii's 20th District
From: 1983 – 1985
Predecessor ?
Successor ?
Former State Representative from Hawaii's 12th District
From: 1981 – 1983
Predecessor ?
Successor ?
Information
Party Democrat
Spouse(s) Leighton Kim Oshima
Religion Buddhist

Mazie Hirono, sometimes referred to as Crazy Mazie, is the junior United States Senator and Antifa apologist from Hawaii.[1] Previously she was U.S. Representative for Hawaii's 2nd congressional district. Before that, she served as the state's lieutenant governor. She ran for governor in 2002, winning the Democratic party primary but losing to Linda Lingle in the general election. She is the nation's first Buddhist senator. Hirono is a supporter of the totalitarian Green New Deal. She is known for her foul mouth, refusal to denounce fascism,[2] and racism, e.g., she declared that President Trump’s base of supporters are “white supremacists.”[3] This is an example of smollettism, i.e., falsely accuse others of racism.

In December 2018, Hirono claimed that Democrats have trouble getting elected because they are too smart.[4] Hirono told a group of liberal activists and cultists that they should "believe in climate change as though it were a religion."[5][6]

Following the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg in mid-September 2020, Hirono declared that Democrats should "explore all their options" to stop a replacement to fill the vacancy.[7]

2012 Senate Election

Hirono was elected to the United States Senate to replace retiring senator Daniel Akaka on November 6, 2012.[8]

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