By Rick Wells
RINO McCain sided with his globalist comrades on the eve of Trump’s Kim summit, deriding his America First stance and applauding the globalism of the G7 snakes…
Two responses to President Trump’s reaction to being disrespected, deceived and targeted by Obama’s homey, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau, tell much of the story. There’s the statement of anti-American profiteer and RINO warmonger, amnesty John McCain, who is currently tying up a Senate seat from his Arizona home so it can be given to his wife once he kicks off. No surprisingly, he sided with the anti-Trump cabal, currently configured as the G7-1.
McCain apparently still has delusions that he’s President which he lives out as a “sympathetic” pathetic figure in his national communications. He wrote following the stunt by Trudeau, “To our allies: bipartisan majorities of Americans remain pro-free trade, pro-globalization & supportive of alliances based on 70 years of shared values. Americans stand with you, even if our president doesn’t.”
Like most of what McCain says, that statement was wrapped in a cocoon of bull hockey. No one took a survey of the points in McCain’s statement, they were his or his writer’s hyperbole. In actuality, bipartisan majorities of grass roots Americans don’t support giving away our wealth to the future home of the Islamic caliphates, Europe and Canada, nor do we accept the notion of them interfering in our affairs.
The level of agreement Americans might have with McCain has always been in direct proportion to his deception. There’s no reason for that to change now and if such a survey existed, one would need to carefully review the wording of the question. Americans are bipartisan to the extent that globalists have infested not only the Democrats but Republican Party as well, depriving them of American representation in Congress.
Americans often say they are pro-free trade, a statement for which they lack the basic understanding to make. Free Trade doesn’t exist in most international instances. Controlled, agreements, many of which are crafted to benefit the globalists and their trans-national corporations, big banks and other international pirates are not free. They are structured, for stability and also, as in the case of the defunct TPP, in the interest of self-enrichment and profiteering. If we had free trade things would be much more chaotic and American products would not fare well in many overseas and domestic markets.
We have structured trade deals and tariffs for a reason, to level the playing field. In practice the result has been anything but fair, and it’s the Americans who have taken most of the abuse. Americans want trade, but not unfair trade. Trump is attempting to fix that disparity and the globalists are vilifying him for doing so.
And no, McCain, as a puppet of the Military Industrial Complex, open borders globalists and every other lobbyist that has an office on “K” Street, you may not have noticed, but Americans are not pro-globalization. The election of President Trump proved that beyond any doubt. It was the policies of the swamp, that McCain and his fellow establishment political prostitutes attempt to burden us with, that were rejected in 2016.
And while it’s true that Americans, Europeans and Canadians may have had shared values at one time, both Europe and Canada are under Islamic and third world invasion and have become infected with liberal insanity. Call it 60 years of shared values, McCain, and another 10 painful years of facing reality.
Trump’s trade adviser, Peter Navarro, had a few choice words for Obama’s buddy Justin on Fox News Sunday, saying, “There’s a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with President Donald J. Trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door. And that’s what bad faith Justin Trudeau did with that stunt press conference. That’s what weak, dishonest Justin Trudeau did, and that comes right from Air Force One.”
He added that Trump attended the G7 in Canada as a “courtesy” to Trudeau and that the President had “bigger things on his plate” in Singapore. Navarro said, “He did him a favor. He was even willing to sign that socialist communiqué.” That’s the thanks Trump gets for being a nice guy. Trudeau can expect no repeat of that type of consideration in the future.
His characterizing the agreement as socialist indicates that the globalists had had some success in coercing Trump to accommodate their leftist demands, demands that clearly President Trump was uncomfortable with. Leftists never know when to stop pushing. This time Trudeau got his lesson in front of the whole world. Teaching McCain is not only impossible, it’s pointless. He needs to just shut the hell up.