In the words of the rapper Ludacris, “Move bitch, get out the way, get out the way bitch, get out the way!”
Like I wrote earlier for the Conservative Tribune, “Arizona Sen. John McCain, a self-serving, back-stabbing pretend conservative best described as a ‘Republican In Name Only,’ got served a dose of reality Thursday when the Senate stomped his pathetic immigration bill into the cold, hard ground”:
Sponsored by both McCain and Sen. Christopher Coons, a Democrat, the so-called McCain-Coons bill would have provided “a path to citizenship for more than 1.8 million immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children” but not funded President Donald Trump’s southern border wall, according to The Hill.
Nor would have the bill addressed the president’s concerns about the diversity visa lottery program and chain migration.
Instead the bill would have handed the Democrats a total victory while leaving Republicans with nothing but a vague stipulation requiring “the Department of Homeland Security to secure the border by 2021.”
Congratulations on yet again proving to the American people why you don’t deserve to call yourself a Republican, Mr. McCain.
This so-called “bipartisan” bill, as McCain called it in a bullshit statement earlier this month, was nothing but a giveaway to Democrats.
The bill was so damn generous that even California Sen. Kamala Harris and New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez supported it, OK.
Writing for RedState a few weeks ago, Bonchie rightly noted that the bill was “so ludicrous that you’d expect it was introduced by Democrats.”
Exactly, Bonchie. Exactly.
“The fact that this bill is even seeing the light of day actually makes me question whether sabotaging the negotiations is exactly what Mr. McCain is after. … He knows this can’t pass and that it’s a complete betrayal of 95% of Republicans on immigration,” she added.
“Of those conservatives who think a border wall isn’t the best strategy, most of them still want effective border security set in stone as part of any deal. Reforming chain migration enjoys the vast majority of support among Republicans as well.”
“So the question is, who exactly [was] McCain … representing here with this bill?” she asked.
Easy answer, Bonchie. McCain was representing Democrats because … wait for it … HE HIMSELF IS A DEMOCRAT, point blank, period!