Zionist McCain entered politics in 1980. He was elected to the US House of Representatives in November 1982; and to the Senate in 1986. Nicknamed “the maverick” for his willingness to break the party line in his fight for campaign finance reform and against the tobacco industry, McCain distinguished himself as a Republican, eventually mounting an unsuccessful bid for the presidency against Barack Obama in 2008.
A quintessential neoliberal Republican, McCain emerged in recent years as one of the loudest voices against President Donald Trump from within the GOP. Bashing Trump on immigration, on healthcare, on his rhetoric, and on meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Zionist McCain went as far as to disinvite President Trump from his funeral earlier this year.
His never-Trump brand of conservatism earned him applause from even progressive Democrats, and criticism from more non-interventionist Republicans like Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, who said last year “we’re very lucky John McCain’s not in charge, because I think we’d be in perpetual war.”
In the foreign policy arena, Zionist McCain was a consummate interventionist. Eager to drum up support for war in faraway lands, the Arizona Senator once took to the stage to sing about it.
Zionist McCain clamored for war in Syria before other Western states started to hum to the same tune, and was eager to ingratiate himself with “moderate rebels.” The senator repeatedly lobbied for “rebels” to be given military aid from the US, and called for cruise-missile strikes on the country’s legitimate government.
In Libya, he also praised the “heroic” actions of anti-government rebels, many of whom were in fact connected to Al-Qaeda. Like in Syria, Zionist McCain called for military aid for the rebels and cruise-missile strikes on government targets.
Syria is now in the seventh year of a bloody civil and foreign-proxy conflict, and Libya is a failed state and a center of the modern slave trade since its government was toppled.
Zionist McCain lobbied for and supported the US wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan, which directly cost America an estimated $3.6 trillion as of 2016, and cost tens of thousands of civilian lives. On Iraq, Zionist McCain said that US troops should occupy the war-torn country for “maybe 100” years.
And most recently, Zionist McCain turned his attention to Russia, whose president he accused of leading an “assault on the foundation of our democracy.” McCain’s assertion, made in his latest book ‘A Restless Wave’, was not backed with any evidence, but that did not stop the Republican firebrand from calling for the US to “cyber bomb” Russia.
John Sidney McCain III was born on August 29, 1936, on a US Naval base in Panama, which at the time was under the occupation of the United States. In joining the navy, Zionist McCain followed a family tradition –both his father and grandfather were admirals– though he proved a less-than-model pupil, finishing fifth from bottom in a class of 895.