Friday, February 17, 2017

Senator John McCain Makes Repulsive Anti-Trump Speech In Germany



Randy Schaffer
Dear Congressman,

Senator John McCain (R) Arizona made the most repulsive speech on Friday, February, 17, 2017 in Germany, that I have ever heard by a member of Congress. He said the following:
While making his case, McCain — who like Trump is a Republican — mentioned Ewald-Heinrich von Kleist. Von Kleist was part of the group that plotted to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1944.


Senator John McCain (R)  on right with George Soros
"What would von Kleist's generation say if they saw our world today?" McCain asked. "I fear that much about it would be all too familiar for them. And they would be alarmed by it."

McCain then tried to dismantle Trump's foreign policy (America First), his recent immigration order that critics called a Muslim ban, and some of the alleged untruths that have emerged from Trump's White House.

"They would be alarmed by an increasing turn away from universal values and toward old ties of blood, and race, and sectarianism. They would be alarmed by the hardening resentment we see toward immigrants, and refugees, and minority groups, especially Muslims," McCain said.

"They would be alarmed by the growing inability, and even unwillingness, to separate truth from lies. They would be alarmed that more and more of our fellow citizens seem to be flirting with authoritarianism and romanticizing it as our moral"

If he said something like this on American soil, it would be bad enough. Saying it on foreign soil makes it worse. But, comparing President Trump to Adolph Hitler in front of world leaders in Germany and then wondering aloud what the world would be like if some brave German had been heroic enough to assassinate Hitler, goes beyond the pale. Can I count on you to publicly denounce Senator McCain's actions? I will be making a list of those who refuse to denounce Senator McCains public as well.

Respectfully,

Randy Schaffer
Founder
The America 101 Project




*The views expressed in this editorial may or may not reflect the views and opinions of  Ron Dwyer or that of Setting The Record Straight.  Opposing views are welcomed.

16 comments:

  1. Once a traitor, always a traitor. I can't believe I voted for this man. He should be arrested.

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  2. McCain's interpretation of President Trump's policies is a perfect example of what is and has been wrong in the US for many years. Putting America first does not mean turning our backs on the rest of the world. It means remembering that the US government works for the legal US citizens that pay their salary and the tax dollars that is spent often times frivolously.

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  3. He is a very sick man. He should SlwYs above anything else defend the USA. Why give his views when he's in Germany paid for by the taxpayers who voted Trump into office.

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  4. McCain is a self-serving RINO who has over stayed his welcome in the Senate. People like him do more to hurt the GOP than the liberals do. He still holds a grudge from what Trump said about him a while back and is jealous that Trump won the election without ever being in politics and he has spent his whole life there and got beaten badly in the election against Obama.

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  5. JOHN MCCAIN is just exactly what Donald Trump described him as: A stupid idiot born with a silver spoon in his mouth, who wasn't SMART ENOUGH to fly his fighter plane WELL ENOUGH to keep from being shot down BY A FOURTH WORLD COUNTRY with the most antiquated equipment.

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  6. Yes, I denounce the traitor McCain. He was not a war hero the people that were with him in Nam have come forward to tell us the truth He sang like a bird, They called him songbird, He should have been jailed but President Nixon pardon him. Pressure from the military his father and grandfather were Admirals in USN.

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  7. Yes, I denounce the traitor McCain. He was not a war hero the people that were with him in Nam have come forward to tell us the truth He sang like a bird, They called him songbird, He should have been jailed but President Nixon pardon him. Pressure from the military his father and grandfather were Admirals in USN.

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  8. Way to go Senator McCain. I wish more Republicans would speak out against this horrible person who is trying destroy the United States.

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  9. John please retire. You have forgotten how to love your country. You are true Rhino. Retire!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  10. My first husband and I owned a winter home, townhouse, in Tucson. I have been an ardent and active supporter of and for John McCain ever since his POW status. I must say I am appalled by his behavior and attitude toward our Republican president. I worked for McCain's run for president and senator because of his party affiliation. Now, he needs to back the party's successful candidate, not travel abroad and behave like Obama did..... bad-mouthing Americans. I am very disappointed. In my 80+ years, I have never witnessed such disrespect by a Republican toward one of our own. I think it is time for John to take his toys and go home....such a disappointment!

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    1. So true .It is Lindsey Graham, Schumer annd so on. I have not seen such a disrespectful Senate and Congress in my life .Mccain is not a republican he is a RINO.

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  11. If Senator McCain can not stand with us, then He is against us.
    He should be asked to step down if he cannot willingly work together. He should not disparage us in the world's arena.

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  12. McCain the songbird. You better shut your trap about our president Donald Trump. You are a nasty old bag and I hate your guts. You say one more thing about him and I swear to god we will spend every last nickel getting your ass thrown out of the Senate. Who in the hell are you to criticize our POTUS . You never were a hero and you've ridden that donkey too long. Stop being a traitor you old bastard.

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  13. Why is Trump allowed to compare the US to the Putin's killing machine but McCain can't express his dismay of our new president's frequent anti-social and divisive comments?

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