With his health condition growing graver by the day, Senator John McCain’s time among the living won’t be much longer but he will continue to damn President Trump until his last dying breath.
The cantankerous old warmonger and borderline traitor has not made one appearance in the Senate this year yet he is allowed to continue to act as a placeholder which is special treatment that lesser individuals would not be afforded. The glioblastoma has nearly completed the job that Arizonans were never up to but still, like some ghoulish movie villain, he persists in his vendetta against a legitimately elected president. One who he himself played a role in overthrowing with the infamous PeeGate-Fusion GPS-Steel dossier.
What’s up McCain’s ass today?
Trump’s suggestion that perhaps Russia should be allowed to rejoin the G-7 after McCain, Obama and their globalist friends threw it would as a result of a temper tantrum over the events in Ukraine following the U.S.-backed coup against then-president Viktor Yanukovych.
Before there were foofs like Justin of Canada and Emmanuel of France there was Barack of Obamastan and he went all stompy-feet after Putin refused to roll over and give Crimea back and Russia was exiled from that very special club with Barry leading the charge.
Now that same very special club is making noises that it could soon be the G-6 because they hate Trump nearly as much as McCain does and old blood and guts isn’t about to stay silent over Trump’s suggestion that it’s time for the Eurotrash to act like adults and give Russia back the seat at the table that it held until 2014.
— The Hill (@thehill) June 8, 2018
Via The Hill “McCain: Trump “diminishing America’s leadership”:
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) excoriated President Trump on Friday for calling on Russia to be invited back to the G-7, blasting the move as the “antithesis” of principled realism and “a sure path to diminishing America’s leadership in the world.”
He became the third Republican senator to condemn Trump’s statement that the G-7, a group of Western economic powers and Japan, should not be meeting this weekend in Quebec without Russia.
McCain contrasted Trump’s friendly words for Russia to his hardline negotiating tactics with allies such as Canada, Mexico and the European Union on trade.
“The president has inexplicably shown our adversaries the deference and esteem that should be reserved for our closest allies,” McCain said in a statement.
So speaketh a bitter old man who is so childish that he recently made a big deal out of demanding that Trump not be invited to his funeral which can’t come soon enough.
McCain’s official statement:
U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, released the following statement today on President Trump’s suggestion that Russia be readmitted to the Group of Seven (G-7) nations:
“Vladimir Putin chose to make Russia unworthy of membership in the G-8 by invading Ukraine and annexing Crimea. Nothing he has done since then has changed that most obvious fact. Every day, Russian-led separatist forces are killing Ukrainians in the Donbass. Every day, Putin’s forces are helping the Assad regime slaughter the Syrian people. And every day, through assassinations, cyber-attacks, and malign influence, Russia is assaulting democratic institutions all over the world.
“The President has inexplicably shown our adversaries the deference and esteem that should be reserved for our closest allies. Those nations that share our values and have sacrificed alongside us for decades are being treated with contempt. This is the antithesis of so-called ‘principled realism’ and a sure path to diminishing America’s leadership in the world.”
Background: Senator McCain was one of the first lawmakers to call for Russia’s ejection from the G-8 following its atrocities against civilians in Chechnya. He introduced legislation in 2003 urging the president to suspend Russia’s membership until the Russian government ended its assault on democratic principles and the rule of law.
Vladimir Putin chose to make #Russia unworthy of membership in the G-8 by invading Ukraine and annexing Crimea. Nothing he has done since then has changed that most obvious fact. https://t.co/JmHMUk8Nal
— John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) June 8, 2018
He left out the part about his neo-Nazi pals.