By now almost everyone has heard about Senator John McCain attacking a fellow member of the Senate, Rand Paul, for disagreeing with him and blocking an attempt to vote on a treaty for NATO membership for Montenegro, where McCain said Senator Paul was "working for Vladimir Putin." In response Paul was asked about those comments and called McCain "unhinged" saying McCain was past his prime and makes a "strong case for term limits."
For those that have not seen these exchanges, you can see both McCain's comments and Rand's response below, but beneath that I will explain why McCain is not "unhinged," but rather is actively working against America's best interest after taking into account his support for Jihadis, via supposed "Syrian rebels," who in turn come back and attack America and his ties to George Soros blood money and attempts to destabilize America in a variety of ways.
SOROS BLOOD MONEY CONNECTION
It was reported in early February 2017, by Breitbart News, that some top anti-Trump Republicans had received donations from an employee of a hedge fund that was founded by George Soros, which easily could have just been a conservative leaning employee who simply preferred other candidates than Trump, nothing real sinister there, but in that same article we see that John McCain, in the past, has received a "direct" donation from Soros himself, as well from others with the firm.
McCain’s $2,500 this cycle came from Donfeld of Soros Fund Management on Sept. 23, 2015. In previous cycles, McCain has taken cash directly from George Soros himself—a $1,000 donation on June 2, 1999—and from others with the firm, including a $1,000 donation from Bessent on March 13, 2000, a $2,300 donation from Soros Fund Management’s Michael Au on Dec. 27, 2007, a $1,000 donation from Duncan Hennes of Soros Fund Management on March 13, 2000, and a $2,300 donation from Soros Fund Management’s Joshua Berkowitz on Jan. 15, 2008. McCain’s spokeswoman, Julie Tarallo, has not responded to multiple requests for comment from Breitbart News.
While a few donations here and there are not a smoking gun, so to speak, a look at McCain's support of issues that endanger America, issues where he definitely sided with the Soros agenda, starts to build a picture that forces us to ask, what has happened to John McCain to turn him into Jihadi John?
ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS AND AMNESTY
Immigration: A look at his stance on immigration as well as the very public displays of anger over the issue, absolutely proves he is a pro-amnesty Senator, where he sided with the late Ted Kennedy on immigration reform which would provide amnesty to what was over 11 million immigrants at the time.
- In 2005, Senators John McCain & Ted Kennedy proposed a guest-worker program & a path to citizenship for many illegal immigrants. Both sides torpedoed the efforts. Opposition to the bill from the right was based primarily on demands to secure the border.
It wasn't until a challenger for his senate seat highlighted McCain's support for amnesty for illegal aliens that McCain changed his tune, but as shown by the site On The Issues, his anger at having to do so was made very clear:
In the face of Hayworth's challenge, McCain abandoned his longtime support for comprehensive immigration reform that would recognize reality and provide an eventual path to citizenship for the 11 million illegal aliens already living in the country. Instead, he offered full-throated backing for the border fence he once mocked--"Complete the danged fence!," he demanded in an ad--and sought political cover in the form of an endorsement by his former running mate, Sarah Palin. [Prior to 2004], McCain went to work with Democrats such as the late Ted Kennedy to bring sanity, and humanity, to the nation's long-running debate over illegal immigration. In 2006, I watched McCain tell a group of sensible, blue-suited Republican businessmen in Milwaukee, who asked about immigration, "By the way, I think the fence is least effective. But I'll build the g*ddamned fence if they want it."
In 2007, former president George Bush and John McCain were pushing for amnesty for illegal aliens, standing once again beside Ted Kennedy to announce his support, while criticizing Republicans that were against amnesty.
Just tone down the rhetoric, his advisers pleaded. McCain refused. He was disgusted by Republicans in Congress and talk radio gasbags such as Rush Limbaugh who bashed immigrants. "They're going to destroy the party," he would say.
Interestingly, you can even seen the Soros driven talking points as McCain conflated the opposition to illegal immigration to "bashing immigrants," which for the record, are not one and the same. One is here legally and the other... is not.
As was pointed out in a 2008 op-ed, McCain also co-sponsored "legislation to permit illegal aliens to pay lower in-state tuition rates denied to some students that are in the country legally," as well as supported "Social Security benefits for illegals" and votied against an amendment that would have permanently barred gang members, terrorists and other criminals from the United States."
McCain has also spoken out against Trump's travel pause from multiple countries with high levels of terrorist activity, in order to revamp and improve the vetting process to prevent terrorist entities from sneaking in under the guess of refugees.
Does this sound like a man that wants to help and protect America or Americans? Does this sound like a man that puts America and her citizenry first?
SUPPORT FOR TERRORISTS
The dynamic duo, otherwise known as frick and frack, John McCain and Lindsey Graham, were huge on their support of the supposed "moderate opposition" in Syria, supportive of arming them in 2012, along with Barack Obama.
By 2015, over 3,000 of those "moderate rebels" to the U.S., with McCain's support, armed and trained, joined the ranks of ISIS.
Reported along the peripheries of the Western media, it was reported recently that some 3,000 so-called “moderate rebels” of the “Free Syrian Army” had defected to the “Islamic State” (ISIS). While not the first time so-called “moderates” have crossed over openly to Al Qaeda or ISIS, it is one of the largest crossovers that has occurred.
With them, these 3,000 fighters will bring weapons, cash, equipment, and training provided to them by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United States, the UK, and perhaps most ironic of all in the wake of the recent terror attack in Paris, France. Indeed, ISIS and Al Qaeda’s ranks continue to swell amid this insidious network of “terror laundering” that is only set to grow.
Since McCain is accusing Rand Paul now of working for Putin, it is only just and fair to remind people that it was Rand Paul, in 2013, that spoke up during interviews and on the Senate floor, explaining why it was such a bad idea to arm terrorists, saying "Your politicians in Washington are eager to send weapons, they promise 'oh these weapons won't get into the hands of the enemy'." He continued on to say "I don't believe it. Does anyone believe that?"
As the links above show, Rand was right, McCain wrong, again in his support of arming our enemies.
Not bad enough McCain supported the arming of so-called Syrian rebels, which in turned armed other terrorists groups, but Jihadi John and his sidekick Graham also took a trip to meet with Ukrainian troops on December 31, 2016, encouraging them to continue to fight with Russia, while promising to "make the case against Putin to the world."
Democratic Representative Tulsi Gabbard went on a secret trip to Syria, spoke to the Syrian people, and as CNN's Jake Tapper attempted to lead her into supporting the Syrian "moderate" rebels, she pushed back, and said that the Syrian people, from all over that she spoke to, told her straight out "there are no moderate rebels."
Gabbard has also proposed a bill, which Rand Paul introduced in the Senate on this very issue, called "Stop Arming Terrorists Act."
“For years, the U.S. government has been supporting armed militant groups working directly with and often under the command of terrorist groups like ISIS and al-Qaeda in their fight to overthrow the Syrian government. Rather than spending trillions of dollars on regime change wars in the Middle East, we should be focused on defeating terrorist groups like ISIS and al-Qaeda, and using our resources to invest in rebuilding our communities here at home,” said Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. “The fact that American taxpayer dollars are being used to strengthen the very terrorist groups we should be focused on defeating should alarm every Member of Congress and every American. We call on our colleagues and the Administration to join us in passing this legislation.”
"One of the unintended consequences of nation-building and open-ended intervention is American funds and weapons benefiting those who hate us," said Dr. Rand Paul. "This legislation will strengthen our foreign policy, enhance our national security, and safeguard our resources."
The legislation is currently cosponsored by Reps. John Conyers (D-MI), Scott Perry (R-PA), Peter Welch (D-VT), Tom Garrett (R-VA), Thomas Massie (R-KY), Barbara Lee (D-CA), Walter Jones (R-NC), Ted Yoho (R-FL), and Paul Gosar (R-AZ).
The point being, it is not about Syria, not about Russia or any of the other dozens of countries John McCain would have us involved in wars over, it is about Jihadi John McCain and his hatred and spite against anyone that opposes his warmongering. His consistent stances for proposals and actions that do not benefit America in any way, but in fact, only heighten tensions between nuclear powers.
War for the sake of War and all those positions seem to closely align with the Soros establishment NWO agenda.
It is not Rand Paul that is working for Vladimir Putin, it is John McCain working for the NWO establishment against America's best interests, from immigration to his attacks against Russia and even against another sitting U.S. Senator that doesn't think NATO needs any expansions.
What on earth has happened to John McCain to turn him from an American war hero to the Jihadi John of the U.S. Congress?
I might not agree with Senator Paul about McCain being "unhinged" because I think his maliciousness is very much intentional, but I do agree with Paul that McCain offers us the best reason of why there should be term limits in Congress.