Rubio, cohort McCain: Caught up in amnesty web

Amnesty issue underscores presidential and AZ senate races

Primaries and caucuses have tightened the list of Republican presidential primary contenders, leaving three main players to duke it out: Business mogul Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen. Marco Rubio. Trump is, to put it mildly, wiping the floor with his adversaries. Nothing like this elevating of a political outsider has played out since 1952 when WWII Gen. Dwight Eisenhower was elected president, after trouncing Illinois’ Democrat Gov. Adlai Stevenson.

Due to Rubio’s easy acquiesce with John McCain and Jeff Flake’s Gang of Eight amnesty scheme, aligned with the most liberal Democrats who eagerly jumped on board the effort to expand the Democrat base, Marco Rubio is feeling the effects of associating with the unsavory McCain gangsters. He has unsuccessfully tried to distance himself from his despicable shenanigans.  The recent post, “McCain was Marco Rubio’s Waterloo,” is more accurate with each passing day. 

McCain, who will be 80 by Election Day, has the raw temerity to run for another six-year senate term. He’s being challenged by Dr. Kelli Ward, a physician and former two-term state senator, who will bring conservative vigor and values back to our state.

As reported by CBS TV5, McCain acknowledges American voters’ anger with business as usual in Washington has him running “as hard as I’ve ever run in my entire political career.” What he can’t bring himself to admit, as he speaks out of both sides of his mouth on key issues, is he has fine tuned delivering that “business as usual” for decades. His role in damaging his expendable pawn and wily protégé Marco Rubio is clear evidence of his political greed.

In an exclusive Q&A with Breitbart News, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Council President Chris Crane provides previously unreported details about the 2013 Gang of Eight immigration fight and Marco Rubio’s betrayal that are likely to shake up an already tumultuous presidential race.

Is it any wonder that Courageous Conservatives PAC paid for this ad in support of Ted Cruz, the lone conservative in the race?

12 Responses to Rubio, cohort McCain: Caught up in amnesty web

  1. East Valley Conservative says:

    John McCain is a user. Marco Rubio was eager to be used thinking that he’d be aided by this nefarious association. That proves the lengths he’ll go to to benefit himself. The two of them deserve each other. Rubio might be a skilled orator–we already have one of those slicksters sitting in the Oval Office–and don’t certainly need another.

  2. Kent says:

    Rubio deserves whatever he gets. He, McCain, Flake and the rest of the libs and RINOs are tied at the hip by their worship of amnesty for illegals.Why are those who call themselves Republicans so willing to broaden the Democrat base?

    • MacBeth says:

      The short answer is that they care more about reelection and perpetuating themselves in DC than they do about those of us they supposedly represent. We have been conned by the greatest deceivers of all time….the Washington elite.

  3. Dennis O'Brien says:

    I would like to add something to the discussion of amnesty : There is a vast difference between legal immigrants and invaders who disrespect the laws and sovereign border of this nation. They are also not “migrants.” They are invaders who use our taxpayer generosity to enhance their illegal lifestyle. I’m fed up with all of the bureaucrats who facilitate this disgrace, and will vote against any incumbent who doesn’t stand up for American citizens.

  4. kathy says:

    Amnesty flake endorses Rubio. MCCain will be next after the primary of course

  5. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Donald Trump brought immigration/border/amnesty to the fore. If it weren’t for him, this subject would still be ignored by the political parties.

    There’s a full court press by the Establishment to make Rubio look like the guy who can win. There are a lot of voters who know the real Rubio – who cannot shake his involvement with the Gang of Ocho.

    The more I see of Rubio, the more I distrust him. Single-digit Lindsey Graham (who backed single-digit Bush) is pushing a Rubio/Kasich – Kasich/Rubio team to win. The devious McCain hasn’t come out for anyone. He hates Trump and Cruz, so you can figure he’s behind his amigo, Rubio. With McCain running again, he can’t afford to bring up immigration, unless he lies again. It’s hot right now – so it’s a good time for Kelli Ward to use it…to win.

  6. Rob Haney says:

    GANG OF EIGHT: McCain, Flake, Graham, Rubio, Schumer, Durbin, Menendez, Bennet.

    Rubio keeps saying that Obama knew exactly what he was doing. Well, so did Rubio.

    No one could be as stupid to align themselves with this RINO and radical leftist cabal and believe that he was introducing immigration legislation that would protect the rights of U.S. citizens.

    Rubio has a pretty face and a lying heart.

    • Rambling Rose says:

      I respect you greatly, Chairman Haney, but as a woman I have to take exception to the “pretty face” description. Marco Rubio looks more like an immature preteen than a man. From his lies and associations, we certainly know he has no character. I will never vote for either Juan McCain or Jeffy Flake or anyone remotely associated with them. Anyone who accepts their endorsement speaks volumes about themselves.

  7. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Exclusive: Bob Dole Endorses Marco Rubio in 2016 Race

    That ought to help /s. I’ve never seen so many squishy GOP-ers come out of the woodwork so fast for one guy. I am disappointed in Tim Scott (R-SC). I suppose they’re all under pressure however to support the establishment pick.

  8. Saguaro Sam says:

    The fact that Rubio associates with John McCain is enough to just say no. Rubio is another one who has that empty-eyes look about him. The look of a person who has sold his/her soul.

    However, there is info from Miami, FL regarding Rubio being arrested, age 18, in a park known as a gathering place for drug dealers, gangs, and those seeking deviant sexual escapades.
    He was arrested in the company of a man who was known to police as being involved in the gay/porno industry.

    There’s other info, too, which I will not go into here.
    Who knows if it’s true?

    Regarding Ted Cruz: It concerns me that his wife is an employee of Goldman-Sachs and is currently on leave from a high level position. There is also a police report on Mrs. Cruz, who was found by police to be wandering on the side of a busy highway in Texas about 5 years ago, talking to herself and seemingly in some type of distress.
    The police report states that the officer had ascertained that Mrs. Cruz had told him that she was just going for a walk and had walked about 5 miles along this highway. She had no personal possessions with her. The officer noted that he found her mental state such that he deemed her to be “a safety risk to herself”.

    The psychological profiles of the prez candidates (and their spouses) are interesting and some appear to be worthy of a more in-depth review.