August 4th, 2017
How can any legislation that John McCain gets involved with be trusted?
It can’t be, remember gutless Republicans control both the United States House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.
He’s proved in his past dealings to do what’s best for his own position and not that of our country.
His credentials as a flag waving RINO are not open to dispute.
He still has a great deal to answer for during his time of captivity by North Vietnam when his plane was shot down over Hanoi.
The best that can be said for him is that he committed treason while singing like a bird.
In doing so, he became known as the NVA’s Tokyo Rose.
John McCain has been diagnosed with brain cancer.
A diagnosis like that can really reveal a man’s true intentions.
Immediately after his diagnosis, he returned to Washington DC and cast the deciding vote to kill the GOP’s attempt to repeal Obamacare.
That was after he spent years campaigning on a promise to repeal.
McCain’s diagnosis has revealed that he was always much more liberal than any of us thought.
Now, he is back with a new demand: He is demanding that Congress pass the “Gang of Eight” amnesty bill. (Source)
Liberals are taking John McCain’s call as an opportunity to piece together their own wish list for immigration.
Here is what they are demanding.
No funding for the border wall.
Just days after the House voted to fully fund Trump’s wall, Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) unveiled a border security bill that would prohibit the President from building the wall.
Democrats are demanding that the wall remain unfunded.
Continuing Obama’s amnesty.
Senator Graham has co-sponsored a new version of the Dream Act.
This bill would take Obama’s DACA amnesty provisions and codify them into law to make them permanent.
But now, these traitors are back with a new amnesty push being led by closeted Democrat John McCain.
You are being called on to kill this amnesty bill one more time.
A week after his dramatic call for bipartisanship on Capitol Hill, Sen. John McCain says he wants to revive a long-standing attempt to reform the nation’s immigration system when he returns to Washington.
Please see the entire article below.
Before leaving Washington for treatment for brain cancer, McCain, R-Ariz., said he broached the idea with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. The two collaborated on unsuccessful immigration legislation in 2013 as part of the bipartisan effort known as the “Gang of Eight.”
President Donald Trump’s goal of building a U.S.-Mexico border wall might provide an opening for a bigger bargain on the issue, McCain said.
“Immigration reform is one of the issues I’d like to see resolved,” McCain told The Arizona Republic in a Thursday interview.
“I’ve got to talk to him (Schumer) about when would be the best time. I think there are all kinds of deals to be made out there. I really do.”
McCain’s remarks came a day after Trump backed a Senate bill from Sens. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., and David Perdue, R-Ga., that proposes sharp cuts to legal immigration.
But the six-term McCain, who turns 81 on Aug. 29, also is in a more reflective place in his long Senate career as he faces a serious health challenge and undergoes chemotherapy for brain cancer.
“We’ll know in a few weeks,” McCain said of the cancer on Thursday in a meeting with Arizona Republic editors and reporters. “I hate the use the word ‘beat it,’ because it’s not a matter of beating. You either get cured or you don’t get cured.”