John McCain has long been a thorn in the side of conservatives.
He ramped up his sucking up to the left by positioning himself as a fierce critic of Donald Trump.
But now he’s charting a course of action that will have awful consequences for America.
The media reveres John McCain as a “maverick” because he likes to poke his fingers in the eyes of conservatives.
So-called “journalists” hate conservatives and their entire agenda, so they take glee in “Republicans” like John McCain who side with the left on every important fight.
And that has become even more apparent now that Donald Trump is President.
Trump won the Presidency – even though everyone said he would lose – because millions of Americans rallied to his message of “America First.”
To Trump, putting America First means securing our nation’s borders and ending illegal immigration once-and-for-all.
So he proposed building a wall along the Southern border which would be paid for by Mexico.
The massive crowds Trump drew to his rallies roared in approval whenever Trump mentioned the wall.
And it helped carry him into the White House.
But open borders zealot John McCain is steadfastly opposed to anything less than amnesty for illegal immigrants.
And he’s always opposed Trump’s border wall proposal.
So in an interview with CNN, McCain blasted Trump’s idea.
“Sen. John McCain said Friday that Mexico paying for President Donald Trump’s oft-promised border wall is “not a viable option.”
When CNN’s Manu Raju asked the Arizona Republican whether it is a “viable option” for Mexico to pay for a border wall, McCain responded simply, “No.”
Asked why he said that, McCain offered, “Because it’s not a viable option.”
But immigration isn’t the only area of policy where McCain is stabbing Trump in the back.
After Trump told Australia’s Prime Minister that Obama’s agreement to import over 1,000 refugees confined in detention camps off Australia’s coast was a terrible deal, McCain took the unprecedented step of undermining the Commander-in-Chief by calling Australia’s ambassador to try and “smooth” things over.
The Hill reports:
“Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said Thursday that he spoke to the Australian ambassador to express support for the nations’ relationship after a heated call from President Trump.
“I called Australia’s Ambassador to the United States this morning to express my unwavering support for the U.S.-Australia alliance,” McCain, who’s frequently criticized Trump, said in a statement.
McCain added that he asked Joe Hockey, the Australian ambassador to the U.S., to “convey to the people of Australia” that Americans value their alliance, “honor the sacrifice of the Australians who have served and are serving by our side, and remain committed to the safer, freer, and better world that Australia does far more than its fair share to protect and promote.”
This display was particularly outrageous because America can only have one President at a time.
If McCain is calling officials from foreign nations and presenting a contrary message than that of the President of the United States, then his conduct is borderline treasonous.
Will McCain continue to undermine Trump?
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