McCain Blasts Trump, Nunes On Foreign Soil At Globalist Forum In Brussels

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Once again John McCain positioned himself in one of his favorite locations for bashing America’s President, foreign soil, and without any strength or desire to resist. The Arizona desert rodent was in Brussels speaking before a meeting of some of the world’s leading Constitution-hating globalists at the German Marshall Fund Brussels Forum.

McCain has still not gotten over President Trump actually winning the Presidency where he couldn’t and without Lindsey Graham to comfort him so far away from DC, McCain sought refuge in his hatred of President Trump. He told those gathered that he still hasn’t met with the President in person since he took office. That’s an odd statement, since McCain was presumably in attendance at the President’s speech before the Joint Session of Congress in February. A public handshake was enough to be considered a meeting between Sessions and Kislyak. Still, maybe RINO McCain was part of the mad rush of Democrats who left early.

He urged Trump to reach out to his opponents, Democrat or otherwise, like Ronald Reagan did, citing repealing Obamacare as the pretext for groveling before his enemies. McCain said, “Do some outreach. Get to know some of these Democratic leaders. You can find common ground.” He said, he’d met Trump “some years ago” when he was a businessman, but had not met him since. McCain’s still important though, he speaks “almost daily” to National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. They must have a lot of time to waste. Did McCain tell them all they need to know about Russia?

Describing their guest speaker and tool of the left, The German Marshall Fund’s Derek Chollet, not surprisingly a former Obama Pentagon official, said, “He doesn’t seem to be that upset that he’s not talking to him. He’s trying to run U.S. defense policy through Mattis and effectively ignore Trump.” Way to reach out, McCain, but we don’t need a RINO, warmongering, Military Industrial Complex puppet running our defense policy anyway. How about you go back to Vietnam and we’ll call it even. Take Lindsey with you.

McCain unloaded on his enemy, the “government by the pissant citizens,” saying, President Trump’s tweets had inflicted “a great deal of uncertainty” about who advises the president. Perhaps he thinks for himself, chipmunk and at least he attempts to confine his criticisms to while he’s on American turf. “Who drives the tweets at 6am in the morning?” asked McCain, of those in his audience at the German Marshall Fund’s Brussels Forum. They were comments that could have no other purpose than to belittle our President and make McCain look like a “big man.”

He also expressed concerns, as the “super important” head of the Senate Armed Services Committee, about the allegations put forward by his Democrat comrades and beat like a dead horse, of the Trump campaign having ties to Moscow. From Brussels, before this group of his globalist accomplices, McCain repeated his call to take the investigation out of the hands of Rep Devin Nunes, and put it into a select committee. He’ll do the selecting, as Nunes is getting close to the truth and that’s not a good thing for either McCain or his fellow Obama deep state loyalists.

Following Nunes’ revelations that there are indications that Trump was being spied upon by the Obama regime, McCain wants him out. He said, “I have significant concerns about the intelligence committee’s ability to get to the bottom of this issue. We need a select committee.” The bottom of the issue, as defined by McCain, is a cover up of Obama involvement, buried deep at the bottom where nobody will find it. He wants a select committee, one that he or his comrades select, that will provide the customary whitewash.

Despite his fellow Armed Services Committee member, then-Senator Jeff Sessions being forced to recuse himself as Attorney General for having once met with a Russian Ambassador, the duplicitous McCain, who sees a Russian behind every tree and lurking in every shadow, had some wisdom to share with the group.

He said the “ongoing controversy,” fed by him and his fellow establishment operatives, shouldn’t prevent the President from ever meeting with Russian counterparts, as if that’s even possible in the toxic environment they’ve created.

Songbird said, “There’s nothing wrong with meetings.” That point has been illustrated by McCain’s frequent overseas trips where he met with all kinds of people, including al-Qaeda and ISIS, rebranded as moderates and freedom fighters. McCain reminded his audience, “At the height of the Cold War, Ronald Reagan and Leonid Brezhnev met.”

Just be ready to be accused of misconduct and subjected to an endless barrage of false charges and hearings if you do, right Johnny boy? 

 

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