RINO relic John McCain, 79, joined the Donald Trump-led birther movement on Wednesday, questioning the validity of skyrocketing Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s U.S. citizenship, attempting to cast doubt on Cruz’s eligibility to run for president.
Ted Cruz appeared on Bloomberg Politics‘ With All Due Respect on Thursday, revealing the reason the Panama-born McCain has suddenly embraced birtherism, especially since McCain, when he was running for the presidency in 2008, refused to question Obama’s eligibility.
Cruz opined that McCain’s flip-flop on birtherism is because he’s attempting to prop-up “Gang of Eight” leader, the architect of the Rubio-Schumer Amnesty Bill, Marco Rubio.
“I think it is no surprise to anybody that John McCain is going to be supporting Marco Rubio in this election…their foreign policies are almost identical — their immigration policies are almost identical.
It’s no surprise at all that he’s trying to do what he can to help the candidate he’s favoring, who he shares policy positions with.”
Previously, John McCain, a leading member of the Washington Cartel, supported zero-percenter, RINO Lindsey Graham, who has dropped out of the presidential race.
Ted Cruz was one of the Republicans labeled as a “wacko bird” by McCain for Cruz’s strong adherence to — and willingness to fight for — the U.S. Constitution.