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Traitor John McCain should have kept his songbird yap shut.

The loudmouthed RINO has been crying out that Russia hacked the election. His slimy deliverance  of a “dossier” to the FBI included unverifiable accusations that President Trump had ties to Russia and that the Russian government had compromising info on him. Lurid details included prostitutes and golden showers.

No surprise that it  turned out that the “information” was bought and paid for by President Trump’s enemies in both parties.  All unverifiable claims fizzled. Much like the investigator that supposedly helped to compile the information.

The Sun reported,

Oleg Erovinkin, suspected of being a key source in the compiling discredited dossier, has been found dead.

A guy in that line of business is bound to have plenty of enemies, so it could have been anyone. But of course the implication is that his death is tied to President Putin.  It’s easy to plant that seed in the tiny minds of Trump haters. They’ve been programmed to hate both Presidents equally.

On the other hand, it’s the Hillary camp that’s linked to the infamous body count.  It is equally likely that he was “eliminated” because he could dispute having been a part of the so-called investigation.  But the fingers keep pointing at Russia.

Wikileaks  gave McCain a swift kick of karma.

A funny thing happened back in ’08.

Turns out that when McCain was running for president  he asked Vitaly Churkin, a Russian ambassador to the U.N., to donate to his campaign. So ironically,  McCain asked  Russia to interfere in our election.  Huh.

Oddly enough, Vitaly Churkin died  suddenly in New York under mysterious circumstances.  President Putin is understandably upset.

Maybe this document released from Wikileaks will cheer him up.

Turns out, Russia did not want to take part in what is actually a federal crime! They politely responded,

We have received a letter from Senator John McCain requesting financial contribution to his Presidential campaign.

In this connection we would like to reiterate that Russian officials, the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations or the Russian Government do not finance political activity in foreign countries.”

Did John McCain have a wannabe PTSD flashback about asking Ambassador Churkin for money? It certainly would have been inconvenient if that were discovered. Not good.

But it would have been very convenient if  Ambassador Churkin were, for some strange reason, not able to come forward to talk about it. Hmmm.

What is terribly inconvenient is that there are things called records. And that Hillary wasn’t able to “just drone” Julian Assange.

What do you make of it? Do you think McCain will slide out of this one too?

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