[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]With campaign season upon us, anti-conservative RINO Senator John McCain will likely repeat his long-used formula of campaigning as a principled conservative in the months leading up to election day.
It’s also time to perform our duty to inform voters — remind voters — of McCain and other pretenders past actions and words that fly in direct conflict to their current campaign rhetoric.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]”Her work [Hillary Clinton’s] work as secretary of state, with the exception of this issue of Benghazi, which isn’t going away, I think has been outstanding,” McCain told Bloomberg News in October 2013.
“I think she [Hillary Clinton] did a fine job. She’s a rock star,” McCain proclaimed told the far-left New Republic in an exclusive July 2013 interview.
“When Hillary Clinton versus Rand Paul occurs in 2016, I guess you are going to have to decide who to vote for, huh?” the leftist publication asked McCain, who will turn 80-years-old next month.
“It’s going to be a tough choice,” McCain answered, unsure whether the establishment RINO would rather support a Marxist Hillary Clinton over a pro-liberty, pro-Constitution candidate.
“Do you think Obama has grown in office since 2009?” the New Republic asked.
“Oh yeah. No doubt,” McCain replied.
McCain has been involved in a heated back-and-forth flap with 2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump, after McCain called conservatives who attended Trump’s well-attended Phoenix event “crazies,” a statement he has refused to apologize for.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”553157113d3ff”][vc_column_text]
In March 2013, roughly half-way into his current Senate term, RINO McCain referred to principled conservative senators Rand Paul and Ted Cruz, as well as Congressman Jason Amash (R-MI) as “wacko birds.”
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Appearing last Monday on “The Steve Malzberg Show” on Newsmax TV, another principled conservative whom McCain would no doubt include in the group he refers to as “wacko birds, Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert said that while McCain’s military record should be honored, it shouldn’t give him a livelong pass “to ruin the country.”
“As far as Senator McCain, I have nothing but respect and great sympathy for the pain and suffering he endured … but that doesn’t mean that you get to become a senator and ruin the country,” the outspoken Texan told Malzberg. “It may give you a chance to be a senator but once you’re there, your merits have to stand on their own. In recent years he’s been pro-amnesty, he’s been wrong on so many things,” Gohmert added.