McCain, Flake, Gangsters admit amnesty assault

Threats and intimidation undergird efforts

The latest news coverage regarding amnesty reports on the pressure being exerted to influence dozens of Republican House members “seen as open to reform.” A vote is expected after the August congressional vacation.

And wouldn’t you know? Maverick John McCain, who led the senate bill to passage, is behind this intimidation scheme. He’s quoted as acknowledging the power of  the conservative base which he intends to battle, saying, “Here’s the fact: We’re not winning, so we’ve got to wage a campaign. There are many members of the House that don’t want to take up any bill at all, as you know. What our job is, we want to convince them to at least pass legislation, so that we can go to conference and work together.”

“August is a month in which either legislative proposals die, or they survive,” said Democrat Sen. Robert Menendez, (N.J.) one of McCain’s 8 Gangsters onboard this Democrat dream effort being run as a “bipartisan” plan.  Menendez said those who favor immigration legislation must be heard in August. “And if we do that, we’ll be well positioned for the fall in the House. If we don’t, then we run a risk.”

The Senate Gang of 8 organized dozens of business lobbyists, officials with religious groups and others to the Capitol earlier this week to tell them they needed to work harder and coordinate better to win over House Republicans. They distributed a list of 121 GOP members of Congress seen as persuadable, and instructed those present to focus on tailoring individual campaigns for their home districts. Joining them will be longstanding immigration activists such a La Raza and others on the left who are planning large-scale mobilizations — including massive demonstrations aimed at granting the gift of U.S. citizenship to upward of 30 million illegals (excluding family members who will also be granted citizenship as part of “family reunification”) as a reward for breaking and entering our homeland while ignoring our laws and national sovereignty.

“We are going to have numerous business contacts – whether it be a local restaurant that cares about immigration or a high-tech or manufacturing or financial business in their district – contacting them in terms of how important this is to the future of jobs in each district,” said McCain’s liberal senate cohort Chuck Schumer, (N.Y).

It’s not by coincidence McCain’s co-scheming underling Jeff Flake is featured in today’s open borders Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) newspaper in a article known as Into The Mind Of…. It displays a grinning photo of the acolyte senator, long known for his libertarian bent and pro-illegal alien advocacy — except when he lied to win the senate seat.

Syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin said it best when exposing these amnesty deceivers who “expect us to trust them with a thousand new pages of phony triggers, left-wing slush-fund spending and make-believe assimilation gestures. Trust them? Hell, no. There’s only one course for citizens who believe in upholding the Constitution and protecting the American dream: Stop them.”


14 Responses to McCain, Flake, Gangsters admit amnesty assault

  1. eubykdisop says:

    Excellent article, SRAZ! :-)

    The mainstream media didn’t cover this!

    “Sen. Jeff Sessions at the DC March for Jobs”

    “The Black American Leadership Alliance (BALA) organized the DC March for Jobs, which was held on July 15, along with community leaders of all races from around the country. The march was organized in an attempt to stop Congress’ amnesty push, enforce immigration laws as written, and support policies that put black U.S. citizens back to work.”

  2. Mohave Mike says:

    Keep electing these frauds, people. Soon we will be Mexico Norte and our language and culture will be gone. McCain, Flake and their cohorts want to decimate the very political party that put them in power. I say let’s take that power back. They need to go!

    • pcrcPC says:

      unfortunately we will keep electing them, and not just on the amnesty issue, but on every issue conservatives oppose.

      be it Obama/obrewercare, taxes, spending etc….

      nobody is held responsible for their actions, the sheep just keep supporting them because they have an (R) next to their name and they are told they have to vote for the lesser evil.

      as long as we enable them they will keep skrewing us. and I see no end to enabling them. we refuse to demand loyalty, and if you don’t demand it you don’t get it.

      lets all stand and applaud our republican heros:


      oh, go ahead and stand up and applaud them.

      cheer even

      you know you will vote for them again if the party tells you that you must. they can do no wrong and cannot be held responsible, after all they have an (R) next to their name. and other politicians will bail them out and praise them as well, after all they know better than we do. that’s why they rule us.

      all the efforts of the LD’s and PC’s mean nothing when the party says so. you will just do as you are told, and like it

      • pcrcPC says:

        oops, I left out brophy McGee, wouldn’t want to leave out kate. shes just as wonderful as the rest of them.

        heros all.


      • Hagar says:

        Thx for the list, but It is Crandall, not Crandell, who is the traitor.

    • Lucy says:

      And ironically they want to legalize the very people that will vote them out of power.

  3. Fed Up says:

    The House members will do a Boehner choreographed dance around the issue, give what they believe is appropriate lip service to “border security” and con us with a script that is crafted behind closed doors. I will not be fooled, nor will I vote for my congressman again if he is in the “yes” column on this vote.

    The saying goes, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” I’m no longer up for being fooled.

  4. Joe Evans says:

    This is fascinating reading from National Review Online…a memo that anti amnesty senators were circulating. We don’t often get such an opportunity to read such domuments.

  5. pcrcPC says:


    The Arizona Republican said on CNN’s “State of the Union” he trusts the jury’s judgement in acquitting George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, but that the “stand your ground” laws on the books in a number of states — including his own — should be looked at.

    “I am confident that the members of the Arizona legislature will [review], because it’s very controversial legislation,” McCain said.

    • JAKE says:

      I am sure it is controversial to John McCain. How dare the people depend on themselves for protection rather than looking to the federal government for help.

  6. Doc says:

    In th’ gang-0-8’s bill is a provision that allows for 3 (THREE) falsified documents charges…THIS from DRUDGE: