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Loudmouth McCain Says ISIS Isn’t America’s Most Dangerous Enemy…Guess Who Is!

Senator McCain desperately needed to retire from the Senate a least a couple of terms ago.

Failing that, the Republicans of Arizona should’ve ended his desecration of Barry Goldwater’s old seat by replacing him in the primary election.

Maybe they could’ve elected a Republican who was actually Conservative.

McCain typifies the term RINO, Republican in Name Only. He is certainly no conservative, and is more likely to join the Democrats in attacking President Trump than he is to support him.

His warmongering would be frightening if this man were actually in a position to push the button. Fortunately he’s not, something for which all life on Earth can be thankful.

Seriously, this guy’s remarks have gotten progressively more bizarre in recent years.

When he claims that Russia’s alleged interference in our recent election represents a more dangerous threat to us than ISIS, it’s clear that he has become TOTALLY unhinged.

Via Independent Journal Review:

McCain declared that Russian President Vladimir Putin is a more dangerous threat to the security of the world than ISIS.

‘I think ISIS can do terrible things. […] But it’s the Russians who tried to destroy the fundamental of democracy and that is to change the outcome of an American election.'”

Did he think before he said that? Is that what he really means?

He must be taking lessons on public speaking from the equally clueless Maxine Waters.

But wait, it gets worse: He wishes to punish Vladimir Putin and Russia for an alleged crime that he admits he has no evidence occurred.

McCain admitted he’s seen no evidence to support the charge that Russia did influence the election, but he vowed to support sanctions against the Kremlin after the Senate returns from recess:

‘We have done nothing since the election last November to respond to Vladimir Putin’s attempt to change the outcome of our elections. So, way to go Vladimir. We haven’t responded at all.’

“Hopefully when we get back from recess the Senate will enact sanctions on Russia.'”

Apparently, one must speak to the Senator in grade-school language to be understood.

Mr. McCain, we have not punished Russia for election tampering because, as you acknowledged, we have no evidence that the crime happened. We do not punish people for crimes we cannot even prove were committed.

We note that he gave this interview in the capital of Australia. Hey, Aussies! Want to keep him?

Source: Independent Journal Review

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