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Probe closing in on McCain: Is it too late?

Posted by on | December 28, 2017 | No Comments

Brain cancer could keep him from being subpoenaed

We don’t claim any expertise in discerning who’s a spy — a Russian, a Brit  or a partisan working at the FBI.

But there’s no denying the intersecting connections. When, as contemptible as it was, former DNC chair Donna Brazile was revealed to be feeding Hillary questions prior to a nationally televised debate, the mainstream media gave her criminal enabling limp coverage. As the 2016 “sure thing” Clinton campaign stumbled and hacked along, her buddy John McCain, and his doppelganger Jeff Flake disclosed neither they nor their families would vote for Donald Trump. The animus aimed at Trump by his envious adversaries was palpable. Uncharacteristically chivalrous, McCain called practiced liar and scandal-plagued Hillary arock starhe could support. It was far better treatment than the profane tirade he publicly lobbed at his wife, Cindy,

In Donald Trump’s lead-up to his stunning primary victory over 16 other GOP contenders, it was great sport (video) to dismiss him as a momentary anomaly, an annoying flea on an elephant’s backside. Trump was actually akin to a fire breathing dragon, making bold commitments Americans were not used to hearing, and vowing to follow through on them when elected.

The primary results proved to be too much for the liberals to digest. Amid Hillary’s choking, gagging and falling, a national populist movement was gaining steam and rallying behind the premise of “Make America Great Again!” It was clear Hillary’s political days were over.

 Something had to be done to impede Trump’s energetic trajectory.

Byron York, writing for the Washington Examiner, fills in the missing puzzle parts, following the route of what has become known as the “Trump dossier.” It should more accurately be known as the “McCain dossier,” since the now discredited file was hand carried to former FBI director by none other than point-man John McCain to whom it was delivered, in an obvious effort to diminish Trump, and bolster Hillary.

House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes has issued a subpoena to David Kramer, a former State Department official who, in late November 2016, traveled to London to receive a briefing and a copy of the dossier from its author, former British spy Christopher Steele. Kramer then returned to the U.S. to give the document to Sen. John McCain.

David Kramer is a senior fellow at the McCain Institute for International Leadership at ASU.

From there, it was just a few heel clicks to ensure Hillary’s victory. Fortunately, it didn’t work out that way. Still, the dirty business McCain was up to his comb-over in is finally spotlighted. The Arizona Republic wanting no part of this sordid business continues to promote McCain’s “legacy.”

McCain and Hillary are more than casual friends bonded in their abject abhorrence of all things Trump. They are co-conspirators on a wide range of issues. They each have “foundations” bearing their names that have been accused of sanitizing donations from unsavory sources, and both rely heavily on Socialist multi-billionaire George Soros, a man who disdains national borders and is trying to remake the American justice system and reconfigure the global economy. Here in Maricopa County, Soros funded Democrat Paul Penzone’s takeover of the Sheriff’s Department and attempted to do the same with the County Attorney’s Office.

 Probe closing in on McCain: Is it too late?  Probe closing in on McCain: Is it too late?

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