RINO establishment squish John McCain appeared on “Your World with Neil Cavuto,” to assess the performance of the various Republican presidential candidates following the fifth GOP debate on Tuesday evening.
McCain, 79, who faces a primary challenge in 2016, first claimed — shockingly — that Jeb Bush had a point when he told Donald Trump that he couldn’t just insult his way to the presidency.
“Well, I think that Jeb had a point. You know — I mean — there’s no sense in really insulting people. I’ve been in many presidential debates and I’m not saying I did well or badly, but I have never impugned the integrity or the personality of my opponents,” McCain told Cavuto.
Except that is, when McCain refers to principled constitutional conservatives like Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and Congressman Justin Amash as “wacko birds.”
After that lie, McCain quickly transitioned to another head-snapper, claiming that — sit down for this one and don’t have any liquids in your mouth — fellow RINO Lindsey Graham was the winner of both of the presidential debates.
Graham, a close open borders pal of McCain’s who is scoring within the realm of zero in all national presidential polls, was previously endorsed by his ideological twin.
Graham, who performed in the “kiddie debate,” along with Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee and George Pataki, was given a big fat juicy kiss by John McCain:
“I think the real winner last night for anybody who saw it was Lindsey Graham. He was at his best and he showed not only a sense of humor (Graham’s eye rolls and facial expressions brought back images of Al Gore’s immature 2000 presidential debate performance), but he also — most importantly — has a grasp of what we’re facing in the case of ISIS and Bashar Assad and Vladimir Putin and I hope a lot of Americans saw Lindsey Graham last night. And I hope a lot of Americans saw Lindsey Graham last night because he did one hell of a job.”
McCain, like all elitists, speaks with a forked tongue. Just days ago, Lindsey Graham exhibited precisely the opposite type of tone McCain seems to be promoting.
Appearing on CNN’s New Day on Tuesday, Goober said Donald Trump was a “race-baiting, xenophobic religious bigot,” and mocked Trump’s campaign slogan.
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“You know how you make America great again?” Graham asked. “Tell Donald Trump to go to hell.”
Maybe ancient RINOsaur McCain thinks Lindsey Graham can insult his way to the presidency but Donald Trump can’t — or something.
The Arizona Republican Party censored John McCain in January of 2014, in a landslide vote of 1,150-351, accusing McCain of having a “liberal” record that is “disastrous and harmful.”
h/t: The Gateway Pundit