McCain Pulls An Obama – Ridicules America And President Trump On Foreign Soil

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Songbird John McCain is singing a few tunes he borrowed from Hussein Obama’s “Greatest Smash Hits Against Trump” and “Awesome Apologies for America” playlists. This piece of globalist trash, for the length of time we’re saddled with him in the Senate, should not be allowed to represent the American people overseas. It’s bad enough he pretends to represent Arizona at home.

In an address to an audience in Australia set up by the United States Studies Centre, McCain did his best to humiliate the US and dismiss our President on foreign soil, pretending that things really are as bad as he and his globalist media allies pretend they are.

Noteworthy in this traitor’s chorus of attacks on our President and our nation was a statement that America is going through “a rough period,” that made no mention of his globalist comrade, Hussein Obama and their common financier, George Soros being responsible for our current difficulties.

He said he understands our allies have questioned our “commitments to truth over falsehood and freedom over oppression,” but he urged Australia to stick with the U.S. “to encourage us to stay true to who we are at our best and remind us always just how much is at stake.” There’s no mistaking the words and theme as “classic” of Hussein Obama.

The Never-Trump Senator said, “I realize that some of President Trump’s actions and statements have unsettled America’s friends

Who the hell does this little drama queen McCain think she is? McCain continued, saying, “I realize that some of President Trump’s actions and statements have unsettled America’s friends. They have unsettled many Americans as well. There is real debate under way now in my country about what kind of role America should play in the world and, frankly, I don’t know how this debate will play out. But I do believe — and I don’t think I’m exaggerating here — that the future of the world will turn to a large extent on how this debate in America is resolved.”

He added a line to indicate that we are wandering in the wilderness and would be even more lost without him. According to McCain, he’s trying to salvage our future in spite of our President. He said, “That’s why I and others are fighting so hard to ensure that America stands by our allies and remains an active, principled leader in the world.” Active and principled, like supporting ISIS in Syria, right Johnny?

And on the topic of principles, this is the same busy body John McCain who jumped into the middle of the disagreement between Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and President Trump when Trump realized the Australian illegal alien garbage that they wouldn’t accept themselves, dangerous, criminal foreign invaders, were going to be dumped in America as a parting gift from Hussein Obama. McCain immediately thrust a knife into our back and planted a sloppy wet one on Turnbull, letting him know how thrilled we are to have the criminals they rejected coming to our neighborhoods and that he’d whip President Trump into line for being so rude on the phone.

Exposing his globalist nature more and more lately as President Trump has been pushing in the opposite direction, McCain went so far Tuesday as to identify himself publicly as a globalist, something American patriots have long been aware of.

McCain said that despite a widespread perception that Americans have turned isolationist and protectionist under Trump, a majority of its citizens believe globalization is a good thing. He then went on to criticize President Trump for pulling out of the TPP.

McCain is a globalist who hates this country and is only interested in its exploitation. American sovereignty means nothing to the Songbird. Lindsey Graham may want to consider getting a divorce and having separate careers.

 

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