Let’s be honest. John McCain isn’t known for his diplomacy.
When Donald Trump made a remark about him being a prisoner of war, he came back that he was not offended for himself, but that he felt Trump owed an apology to others in the military who had been captured.
Then we find out McCain received a HUGE donation from Saudi Arabia in 2014 for his election run, which is a violation of federal law.
But McCain has proven to be a sore loser in more ways than one.
After it was discovered that he had had initiated the push for the FBI to investigate the so-called “Russian Dossier,” no one blinked. It was completely understood that McCain was still stinging from Trump’s thrashing of the Establishment community.
But then the White House drops a massive bomb, saying it was McCain who leaked sensitive information to the press.
And he has now (once again) committed a blunder of colossal proportions by humiliating a very unstable world leader. …bad idea.
“North Korea is threatening all out war with the US after a top US senator dubbed their leader Kim Jong-un a ‘crazy fat kid’.
Senator John McCain made the inflammatory remarks while discussing the tyrant’s recent ballistic missile tests and his repeated threats to destroy the US.
In an interview on MSNBC, McCain called for action against cheese and wine-loving Kim before it is too late.
He said: ‘China is the only one that can control Kim Jong-un, this crazy fat kid that’s running North Korea. They could stop North Korea’s economy in a week.
They haven’t, because the Chinese have to understand there’s a penalty…imposed by us if they don’t reign in an individual that can literally start a world war, and more importantly, perhaps in the short term, strike the United States of America.'”
When you examine the above statement, you realize the utter incoherence of McCain’s remarks.
Here is a man claiming that the leader of North Korea is extremely dangerous, while in the same breath, poking a stick at him and fat-shaming the man.
As expected, North Korea issued a statement regarding McCain’s ridiculous insult, stating that his words were, in essence, a declaration of war.
The North Korean leader has tried to bully the U.S. and Trump in the past but those were just heated words; this is a response to a direct insult from our country, which is a very different thing.
The fact that McCain was making these remarks on MSNBC should tell you all you need to know about the stature of his Senator’s seat and how American’s view his opinions.
If McCain is appearing on MSNBC to release statements of import, it is certainly time for the man to retire. He is doing nobody any good by embarrassing himself further.
Source: The Sun