The ongoing process to reduce the United States into nothing more than a third rate banana republic which was first begun by ex-president Barry Obummer seems to have now been kicked into overdrive, a direct result of an alliance being formed between the Democrat Party and our ‘Establishment’ Republicans, aka RINOs, like John McCain. The virulently anti-Trump McCain reportedly told a left-wing newspaper that he believes “American leadership” was better under Obummer than it is currently under President Trump. This idiotic comment was but the latest in a series of pot shots that the failed 2008 presidential candidate has taken at his fellow Republican. And according to the Guardian, McCain was “visibly irked” when asked about comments Trump made last week in the wake of the terrorist attack in London, in which he criticized London Mayor Sadiq Khan for his response to the atrocity. ‘Visibly irked?” How can you tell, maybe McCain just wet himself!
And then, when asked if America’s international standing was better under Obummer, McCain reportedly responded by saying, “As far as American leadership is concerned, yes.” McCain, who lost his 2008 presidential bid against then-candidate Obummer after a campaign in which he repeatedly defended Obummer from his supporters’ criticisms, has been a rather outspoken critic of President Trump and has refused to tone it down since his fellow Republican took the White House. And it was during a recent tour of Australia that McCain told an audience in Sydney that Trump has “unsettled” allies and Americans alike. McCain said, “Other American allies have similar doubts these days and this is understandable.” McCain said, “I realize that some of President Trump’s actions and statements have unsettled America’s friends. They have unsettled many Americans as well.” Only those Americans like McCain and his many Democrat friends.
And it was then that McCain also went on to urge the Australians to “keep at” the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal in the hope that one day “America will decide to join you.” He also said in an interview with an Australian TV network that Trump makes him “nervous from time to time” and said he was bothered that Trump does not always take the advice of his national security team. He said, “Can I tell you that he does all the time? No. Does it bother me? Yes, it bothers me.” For anyone questioning whether McCain has become afflicted with that special brand of Pelosi kind of nuts, take the time to listen to his very confusing, garbled questioning of Comey last week! It was hard to keep track of who was on first but it clearly was not McCain! And anyone who has been paying any attention at has most certainly seen how it is that McCain has been steadily drifting leftward for years. He is NOT deserving of the moniker, ‘Hero’. And frankly, he never has been.
McCain is quixotic to the very core of his being. The guy wanders around beating on windmills with his rusty old sword mumbling incoherently. He differs very little from every other liberal crackpot out there. The swamp is comprised of aging hippies from the 60's who are now the "establishment" and who are demanding total subservience to establishment rule. In their incoherent delusion, they fail to see that their time is long gone. These 20th century neo-Marxists have become the very thing they allegedly revolted against, totalitarian despots. The wheel is, yet again, turning and these horrible Mao wannabes are being relegated to the scrapheap of history and it terrifies them. Good riddance to a corrupted genome. I believe progressives like McCain are complicit with terrorists; terrorism is the primary totalitarian tactic of the Socialist left. Obummer, Hitlery, McCain, Schumer, Pelosi, etc...terrorists - one and all. These people are the BORG.
Look, no one has truly taken on the Washington elite and to change the way things are done, until now. There is great fear among those who have set themselves up to become millionaires with all the power of government behind them to do as they wish. They see a businessman who is working for the people and who has no interest in the playing of their "game" as being a very real threat to their livelihood and they will fight the change with everything they have at their disposal. And despite their best efforts, his first 100 days have shown he can lead in the way he implemented good changes to regulations that were burdensome. He has placed very capable people in place to take charge of their vast agencies and his recent trip to meet foreign leaders was a huge success in the form of diplomacy and leading. All of this while he is pelted EVERY day with ‘fake news’ meant to bring him down and in spite of an ‘Establishment Washington’ who remains very much complicit.
And yet almost everywhere you look on the Republican side of the aisle, in Washington, you see that there continues to be very little to no support for President Trump as he leads against their way of doing business and ‘for’ the American people. It's called “draining the swamp”. The “drama situations” are being desperately created out of very flimsy cloth by the Liberal Democrats to divert attention from Trump's MAGA agenda, which, by the way, is proceeding in spite of them all. In fact, Trump is a direct threat to all career politicians of both parties because he doesn't “play by their rules.” Those political playbook standards are to agree with everyone, straddle all fences and never, ever be seen as having any kind of policy that could be construed as solid. If it takes throwing America, its people, its resources and its sovereignty under the bus then so be it if it gains power or recognition for them and their twisted global aspirations.
But I guess you could say that, in a way, McCain is correct. Because when it comes to taking America down the road to destruction, President Trump is not "leading" the way. He is leading where it counts, you just haven't heard much about it. Coal mines are once again, up and running. The Stock Market is still soaring. Energy independence is upon us. President Trump went to the Middle East, Saudi Arabia and lectured them about terrorism. He's doing what he can to move America in the right direction. But the threat against him is almost stifling. His own party won't do anything to back him up. A president is not a king. The continual attacks needing defense, is wasting our time and making us a very dangerous people, to ourselves. Don't believe the state-controlled media. Whatever can be done, mostly, is being done. The only problem I see so far is that President Trump is being forced to contend with an increasing accumulation of swamp rats.
Let’s face it, McCain has been last in his class since his academy days. He doesn't own up to his own limitations ever, and will sell out anybody on his own side to create a safe space for himself. He continually sides with those who would sell out this country to transform it into their globalized image without hesitation. McCain has been a pampered leftist since college. His father and grandfather were admirals when he was in the military. He’s believed to have caused the fire on the USS Forrestal and running to hide during the incident. Daddy got him flown off the ship before sailors strung him up, he was captured and became a VC songbird, and from there became a RINO senator thwarting both Bushes and now Trump. A member of the Keating five, the ‘Gang of Eight’ and numerous other anti-Republican groups he prevented presidents from putting conservatives on the courts. And he never saw a war he didn't want to get the U.S. involved in.
While there are those who are confidently declaring that the Republicans are setting themselves up for a potential bloodbath in 2018, I sincerely hope that enough of the American people are smarter than that. Because the fact that Obamacare has yet to be repealed and replaced and work on tax cuts has yet to begin, is not the fault of the president as so many are quick to claim. Instead, the fault lies with McCain and his fellow RINOs in Congress. And while I think President Trump has done a pretty good job so far, he can only do so much by himself. I agree he needs to take charge, to get rid of the special counsel, agree to no more appearances before Congress by his people, claiming Executive privilege, and, calling out Republicans who refuse to get behind the agenda that they were elected to do. We the people, come 2018, will need to work to weed out those who believe as McCain does, and replace them with those who desire to “Make America Great Again!”
It is at the end of that day that if we the American people, regardless of our political affiliation, allow the Democrats, with those RINOs acting in concert with them, to be successful, to any measurable degree, in their effort to railroad President Trump, then we have proven beyond the shadow of a doubt that we have abandoned all that it means to live this great nation of ours. And we will have willingly reduced ourselves to being little more than self-serving, disgruntled, leftwing malcontents. And you know, have you ever noticed how it is that whenever anyone in our state-controlled media is in need of a ‘Republican’ willing to stab President Trump in the back, or to attack their own party, it is always McCain, or one of the others of a rather select few, that they always seem to turn to? I’m not saying that President Trump cannot, or should not, be criticized, all I’m asking is that the criticism be a bit more focused on those areas where it is truly warranted.