McCain’s Blasting Of Trump Wanting To Exit Syria Demonstrates Why He Wasn’t Elected & Shouldn’t Be Serving Now
Senator John “Songbird” McCain (R-AZ) has been in politics a long time, and over the past 10 years, he has clearly demonstrated why the people didn’t elect him over Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah and why he should not be serving in the united States Senate. The latest demonstration of his incompetency comes as he blasted President Donald Trump for wanting to get the US out of Syria.
McCain blamed the recent chemical attack on Trump and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad rather than the ones clearly responsible, which are many of the Islamic jihadis he helped to train, fund and arm the Obama administration, who became a part of the Islamic State, and some of them we’ve come to learn are none other than the White Helmets of fake news fame.
“President Trump last week signaled to the world that the United States would prematurely withdraw from Syria,” McCain wrote in a statement.
McCain said that Trump showed weakness to Russia, Iran and Assad, and that Assad had been “emboldened by American inaction” to launch a chemical attack in Douma on innocent men, women and children.
Obviously, McCain forgets that there is absolutely no evidence of Assad attacking his own people. He fails to tell us what Assad has to gain in such an attack with the US signaling our departure from Syria. He just continues to promote the same tired New World Order agenda that we are all sick and tired of hearing.
“Initial accounts show dozens of innocent civilians, including children, have been targeted by this vicious bombardment designed to burn and choke the human body and leave victims writhing in unspeakable pain,” wrote McCain without a shred of evidence that the “bombardment” came from the hands of Assad.
While he sided with Trump on condemning Russian President Vladimir Putin’s backing of Assad despite the fact that Putin called such attacks “false flags” and said there would be more, he wanted blood. McCain wants more war.
“Crimes against humanity have become Assad’s trademarks in his relentless campaign against the people of Syria that has killed more than half a million people and forced 11 million from their homes,” he wrote. “President Trump was quick to call out Assad today, along with the Russian and Iranian governments, on Twitter.”
“The question now is whether he will do anything about it. The President responded decisively when Assad used chemical weapons last year,” Mccain continued. “He should do so again, and demonstrate that Assad will pay a price for his war crimes.”
Actually, the crimes against humanity have come at the hands of Islamic jihadis that McCain was photographed meeting with and wanting to arm.
Last year, when President Trump unconstitutionally launched dozens of missiles into Syria without congressional approval, many of us pointed out that there was no evidence that Assad has used chemical weapons on his people. On the contrary, there was plenty of evidence that the jihadis McCain supports were in possession of those weapons and had tested them years ago.
Nothing has changed here. McCain continues to advance the narrative about Assad because he’s a war hawk.
“To be sure, President Trump inherited bad options after years of inaction by his predecessor in Syria,” said McCain, referring to the usurper-in-chief, Obama. “History will render a bitter judgment on America for that failure. But no one should believe we are out of options. We can and should change course – starting with a comprehensive strategy that lays out clear objectives for our mission there. It’s not too late to stop Assad’s impunity and begin to rewrite this terrible chapter in our history.”
No, history will render a bitter judgment on your actions, Senator McCain. It will render a bitter judgment on the US putting its nose in Syria, where it did not belong and subsequently, scattering hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of Muslims refugees across the West.
We need not act in Syria. We should be leaving the area completely and mind our own business, but that’s just not Songbird’s style. Our involvement in Syria has nothing to do with the defense of the united States, and as such, we should simply depart.
As for Mccain, he’s demonstrating one of many facets as to why people wouldn’t get behind him as president against Obama and why they just can’t get behind him as US senator either.
Article posted with permission from Freedom Outpost