McCain compares Fox News to war propagandists

In this interview with Fox News host Neil Cavuto, ingrate John McCain sarcastically bites the hand that fed him as he compares the network to Vietnam radio propagandist “Hanoi Hannah.”

During his 2010 senate campaign McCain played both Fox News viewers and AZ GOP’ers for suckers. He was seemingly ubiquitous in the network’s primetime lineup. Greta Van Susteren and Sean Hannity couldn’t give him enough air time. Former AZ U.S. Rep. J.D. Hayworth, mounting a challenge, was relegated to a couple of appearances on the O’Reilly Factor.

Now conservatives have the opportunity to view Hayworth each weekday on Newsmax TV. “America’s Forum”airs daily 6:00 to 9:00 am, AZ Time. And beginning today, June 15, the latest news, views and interview programming will air on both Dish Network (Channel 223) and DirecTV (Channel 349) —- as well as streaming live at They also have an accommodating repeat schedule available.

Bookmark Newsmax TV. You’ll be glad you did.


13 Responses to McCain compares Fox News to war propagandists

  1. lowadobian says:

    Really? Ole John “Hanoi Jane” McCain, at it again. What a turd. Hey “Jane” how’s things going at YOUR border right about now?

  2. Kent says:

    Thanks to the notices on SRAZ, I’ve been turning in the Newmax and like what I see. I also appreciate the repeat schedule, which I will watch today, since I missed JD on America’s Forum this morning..
    I’d be surprised if the conniving McCain is a frequent guest on any of the Newsmax shows.

  3. Dennis O'Brien says:

    Last year McCain called Hillary a “rock star” and claimed Fox news was “schizophrenic” on Illegal immigration.

    Personally, I think the old goon is a lunatic.

  4. Andre Leonard says:

    Old wacko-bird McCain lives in his own fantasy world. In the 33 years he’s been in congress, our nation has amassed $17.5 trillion in debt and absorbed over 15 million illegal aliens. McCain was somewhere tolling the halls of the senate humming ‘silent night’

    Utterly amazing this twice passed over presidential candidate still engages news shows for an opportunity to embarrass himself.

  5. ZOO says:

    How quickly we forget. It was the pro-amnesty Rupert Murdoch-owned local FOX 10 affiliate that went into full attack mode against Russell Pearce in May 2011 and ran multiple hit pieces to fan the flames of his recall. They drudged the bottom of the cesspool – high-lighting comments of the Southern Poverty Law Center and “unnamed” state Senate Republicans.

    FOX News isn’t ‘propagandist’, they are full-blown feigners of conservatism. Maybe that is why Media Matters dropped their battle against FOX News last year. The latest out of this conservative imposter is Bill O’Reilly’s claim that Eric Cantor was NOT removed over illegal immigration amnesty issues, even though Cantor has since acknowledged that as fact.

    • Army Of One says:

      I found this link from exactly a year ago right here on SRAZ:

      Fox News: “Fair and Balanced” credibility tanks
      Amnesty is prevailing view, Fox silences dissent

    • Borderhawk says:

      Every close House Primary has had immigration as a major issue.
      Challenger Ratcliffe in Texas won 53-47 touting Self Deportation and his involvement with the arrest of hundreds of Illegal Alien fraudsters.

      Terry Lee(Incumbent) attacked his opponent who talked about “needy illegal aliens” and healthcare.

      Walter Jones with the help of Laura Ingraham exposed McCain advisor Taylor Griffin as weak on amnesty against the number 1 immigration hawk in NC. Jones was an ally of Steve King.

      In the Dave Brat race, Cantor proposed encouraging more minors to surge across the border.

      In the Senate Cornyn, McConnell, Lindsey Graham and Thad Cochran were kept under 61% because of the questions on amnesty. Cochran is actually being hurt by his support from US Chamber, Haley Barbour and Trent Lott. Chris McDaniel is looking to link with Vitter, Jeff Sessions to form an anti-amnesty block from Louisiana to Alabama with MS in between those two states.

    • Borderhawk says:

      Their lineup is crap. Bob Beckel is probably the only person who is sometimes funny or not a robot. O’Reilly is just the neocon RINO. Hannity just spews GOP talking points. The only thing Megyn Kelly did was humiliate Karl Rove when Romney lost. Megyn Kelly every now and then is pushing pro-amnesty polls at the orders of Murdoch. During the Senate amnesty debate she was continually updating the pro-amnesty poll each day like the opinion on amnesty was suddenly changin. Michael Savage is right when he says:”Megyn Kelly is as bad as the Leprechaun”.

      On felon voting:
      Tom Horne: “I can just picture politicians appealing to the convicted felons’ vote by saying that they’ll legalize bank robbery or whatever.”

      Hayworth: “The politician in me suddenly thinks that in a felon-eligible society, no one can run for attorney general and say, ‘I’m tough on crime,’ because that would be counter-productive with the felon vote.”

  6. greenvalleygal says:

    Trying to locate the digital image of an invitation you posted for a fundraiser for McSally attended by Boehner in Marana, AZ in March. Please direct me. Thank you, Angie Anderson Green Valley

    Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2014 17:02:53 +0000 To:

  7. Borderhawk says:

    I heard an ad from Christine McJones on Rush Limbaugh. She says we should enforce the law. But then she seems to speak of laws that don’t exist. She says there is already a pathway to citizenship for legal immigrants. But then she talks about how some group(she doesn’t say illegal aliens) will not go to the front of the line because that is against the law.

    She was on Varney & Company on Fox Business who mentioned Dave Brat’s mailer.

    “There are 20 million Americans who can’t find a full-time job. But Eric Cantor wants to give corporations another 20 million foreign workers to hire instead.”

    Then she responds by saying she is non establishment and that there is a broken legal immigration system. Seems to me she just wants Border Patrol to give work permits out to anyone who crosses the border. It seems like she is talking about amnesty laws that McCain has proposed and merged them with pro-enforcement cliches that are meant to apply to current laws.

  8. westnash says:

    Unfortunately, it will take someone with clean hands to beat McCain. If there is not a concerted effort you will likely see Gabby Giffords in the race for Senator or Governor. The Republicans have done a very poor job of not pointing out her publicity campaign which is preparing her for a return.