Tina Smith

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Tina Smith
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Junior U.S. Senator from Minnesota
From: January 3, 2018 – present
Predecessor Al Franken
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Former Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota
From: January 5, 2015 – January 2, 2018
Predecessor Yvonne Prettner Solon
Successor Michelle Fischbach
Party Democrat (DFL)
Spouse(s) Archie Smith

Christine Elizabeth "Tina" Flint Smith (born March 4, 1958) is a businesswoman and the far-left junior senator from Minnesota, in contrast to her slightly less radical colleague Amy Klobuchar.

Abortion lobby

Called the "abortion senator" by pro-lifers in Minnesota, Smith has worked in Planned Parenthood as an executive[1] and has since been proud of her "work" in murdering unborn children.[2]

U.S. Senate

Smith was appointed by Minnesota governor Mark Dayton to replace the disgraced now-former senator Al Franken.[3]

Political views

A left-wing progressive, Smith is pro-abortion, opposes the U.S. alliance with Israel, and thinks that taxing rich people will fix problems.[4] In addition, she supports totalitarian policies from gun control to keeping the Obamacare mandate. Smith's foreign policy is arguably even worse, given her support for the Iran nuclear deal.

Smith, apparently ignorant of America's foundations, has claimed that the U.S. is a democracy[5] when it is in fact a constitutional republic.

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