By Rick Wells
Senator John McCain wants to present his anti-Trump case and sound like a reasonable statesman, so he goes into the friendly confines of MSNBC. He’ll be free to attack Rep Nunes, President Trump and the process there, they all work for the same people.
In the full interview, the second video below, McCain questioned Nunes’ use of words of “incidental” collection, claiming to not know what that meant, in a most phony and obvious manner. He says, “I don’t know what incidental could actually mean unless we’re talking about… unless they were monitoring the conversations of some foreign entity, i.e. Russian, that the other names might have come up.” McCain can’t imagine us monitoring anyone other than the Russians. For him, all Russia all the time and “War with Russia or bust.”
Based upon Nunes’ “failure” to brief Shifty Schiff before advising President Trump, and Schiff’s appearance on her show just prior to the McCain interview as part of the master attack plan, McCain says he’s calling for a select committee. Noting that there’s a better relationship with committee chairs in the Senate, he’s says “This just shows a tremendous chasm between the two senior members of the House Intelligence Committee.”
What it looks like, Songbird, is that you sense that the Russian-Trump collusion narrative isn’t going to fly with Rep Nunes, that he’s on to you and your Democrat comrades. You think your best shot is now to remove him from involvement before you lose this chance to “get those dirty Ruskies.”
He makes the election interference assertions again, which Van Susteren rebuffs by pointing out that Nunes stated the word “Russia” appeared nowhere in the documents he was provided. McCain insists, “We know that for sure.” How do we know that when the individuals involved in investigations all say there’s no proof, Johnny boy? Because you say so and because the globalists and the military industrial complex need another big war?
Van Susteren describes the actions of Chairman Nunes as “Keystone copish,” bemoaning that we now have to hire other people, an independent commission or a select committee. McCain takes that as his cue to go into full drama queen mode. He’s obviously thrilled that Nunes provided him with a basis upon which to make the demands but still having to pretend it’s done “with a heavy heart.”
He says, “It’s a bizarre situation, and what I think, the reason why I’m calling for this select committee or a special committee, is I think that this back and forth and what the American people have found out so far that no longer does the Congress have credibility to handle this alone. And I don’t say that lightly.” Sure he does, just as he lightly said last week that his fellow Senator Rand Paul was working for Vladimir Putin or as he criticized Michelle Bachman and five other members of Congress viciously for daring to question Huma Abedin’s terrorist ties. He does whatever his globalist masters tell him to do and it’s always done lightly.
He’s as phony as they come, in Chuck Schumer’s and Adam Schiff’s league – and working on the same anti-American team.