Where Soros lurks, McCain, his cohorts, Hillary are close behind

McCain crony Rubio will not vote for Trump. Will McCain? Will Flake?

The organized chaos disrupting Donald Trump’s political rally in Chicago Friday, was replicated to a lesser extent in Ohio and Missouri on Saturday.  Rather than condemning the choreographed protesters, the incidents provided Marco Rubio a platform not only to denounce the candidate — rather than the driving force behind the mayhem — but also to self-righteously proclaim he doubts he’d support Trump if he were the GOP nominee.

Think about that.

Marco Rubio, who mockingly engaged in crude, gutter tactics in a recent GOP debate, now claims moral authority in deciding he’d rather allow Hillary Clinton, America’s most distrusted woman, to make crucial appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court. 

This isn’t rocket science, folks. There are connective threads that explain it all.

Though not venturing far from his own campaign as he runs for his sixth six-year senate term, John McCain, who will be 80 by Election Day, is never actually away from trying to manipulate outcomes. Doing his bidding is McCain underling Jeff Flake. Flake endorsed his Gang of Eight amnesty cohort Marco Rubio in February. Along with Lindsey Graham, the GOP quartet colluded with the most liberal contingent in the Senate: Chuck Schumer, Dick Durbin  Bob Menendez and Michael Bennet. Fortunately, the amnesty legislation failed — once again.

As Rubio follows McCain’s lead, pay close attention to the connective threads. MoveOn.org is controlled by multi-billionaire, America-hating socialist, George Soros  MoveOn is a Web-based, grassroots political network that organizes “electronic advocacy groups” of over 3.2 million online activists around specific issues; raises money for left-wing candidates through rock concerts and other entertainment events; generates political ads; and wins young recruits through its appeal to the Net-savvy, MTV subculture.

Move On mobilized the criminal mobs in Ferguson, Missouri. It was directly responsible for generating the thousands of young protesters who took over the streets and venue, shutting down Trump’s Chicago rally. First Amendment guarantees of free speech be damned.

Conservative publication, Human Events lists the Top 10 Reasons George Soros Is Dangerous. After reading through the list, remember the longstanding relationship between John McCain and Soros, his benefactor since 2001. McCain joined with Soros in pushing for the invasion of impossible to vet and unwilling to assimilate, Muslim “refugees.

Here we see the close linkage between McCain, Hillary Clinton and George Soros. McCain previously called Hillary a “Rock Star” he could support for president in 2016. Pay attention. Even though there’s a lot to absorb, we promise you won’t get inundated. The MSM never goes near this topic.

21 Responses to Where Soros lurks, McCain, his cohorts, Hillary are close behind

  1. State Delegate says:

    This chilling expose of McCain and Soros and their treachery concerning the influx of Syrian “refugees” was posted on Breitbart late last year. It melds perfectly with today’s post. Keep up the good work, SRAZ!

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/11/20/soros-backed-group-launches-bid-to-keep-syrian-refugees-flowing/

  2. azgary says:

    The Chicago Anti-Trump Mob – Summary Video Showing Insufferable Media and Political Opportunism…

    When Ted Cruz has the opportunity to stand in unity against the leftist mob, instead he chose to align with and defend the Bernie Sanders supporters, MoveOn.Org and the Chicago thugs. Does anyone really believe Senator Ted Cruz would stand up to the mob to defend your assembly and free speech rights?

    • Hunter says:

      A fair interpretation of what Ted Cruz said is that violence against those exercising their first amendment rights (or engaging in other legal activities) is wrong, but people who are bellicose and belligerent create an atmosphere that fosters violence.

      When you tell your friends to beat up somebody because you don’t want that person around, you are not creating an atmosphere that is civil or attempting to calm a tense situation. You can just as easily ask the person to leave, or, if he refuses, drag him out to police to be arrested for trespassing instead of calling for him to be roughed up or punched.

      Trump is the sort of person that uses “fighting words” and then acts surprised when fighting breaks out. Hardly presidential material unless you want American soldiers dragged into stupid wars and needless violence in the streets because he can’t help shooting his mouth off irresponsibly – as distinct from responsibly exercising his first amendment rights to free speech and to peaceably assemble.

      It wouldn’t surprise me if Trump has some role in staging this event just to create a situation like this to give him more media exposure and to drown out coverage of his ignorance of policy issues and lack of conservative principles revealed in the last debate. Apparently, Trump lied about cancelling his event on the advice of the Chicago Police. They never gave advice on the matter to Trump’s campaign and were never consulted about it.

      • azgary says:

        cruz blamed the victims and you are rationalizing it.

        sticks and stones

        or is that basic tenet too much?

      • Hunter says:

        Is that why Trump supports sucker punching a guy who is make vile statements and gestures while being escorted out of one of his events?

        Sticks and stones back at you.

        The issue regarding Trump is not that the people disrupting the Trump rally are right or should be excused. They should be prevented from disrupting rallies and arrested when they attempt it.

        The issue regarding Trump is that he is a lawless bully who also has no regard for decency. Standing up for a person committing assault and battery, inciting people to beat up other people, and making statements like he could shoot someone in New York in broad daylight without losing most of his supporters are acts of a person with no respect for the law or common decency.

        So called conservatives who support Trump should get over their blind rage at the establishment and think about the consequences of a Trump presidency. Do we really want a RINO as president who cares more about being popular than doing the right thing compared to a principled conservative who respects the constitution and rule of law? I don’t. Of course, that assumes Trump actually understands the constitution and has a sound moral compass; both seem very unlikely.

  3. azgary says:

    *UPDATES* – Trump Ohio Attacker, Tommy DiMassimo, Featured In ISIS Propaganda Videos 2015 – Bernie Sanders Supporter…
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/03/12/trump-protester-removed-by-secret-service-from-dayton-rally-stage-had-ties-to-islamic-state/

    and slick teddy cruz, kasich and rubifraud all blame Trump and Trump supporters.

    because they are only interested in the uniparty agenda and their donor/owners wishes

  4. azgary says:

    WOW! ANTI-TRUMP REPORTER CRIED WOLF! NEW VIDEO Shows Michelle Fields Not Even Bumped by Trump Campaign Manager

    • Conservative Since Birth says:

      Thanks for exposing this “story.” It was all over the news yesterday because it was a negative story on Trump. Today? I wonder if Ms. Fields will apologize.

  5. Dennis O'Brien says:

    America’s presidential elections are devolving into something unrecognizable. There’s ample evidence the Left plays a key role. But so does the Republican establishment who want someone of their ilk (Jeb or Marco) or one so indebted to them that he will be nothing more than a tool for their agenda. For all of their grandiose pledges as candidates, Republicans still gave Obama his bloated budget, his disastrous trade deals and are willing to sacrifice American supremacy and jobs to the fallacy of global warming (now called climate change when it turned out the normal climate fluctuations were going in the opposite direction we were told.)
    Even the Commie Pope got on board the anti-American, anti-capitalism crusade. I was proud of AZ US Rep. Paul Gosar for standing tall when the Pope addressed Congress. Although he’s a Catholic, he boycotted the leftist charade.

  6. William Heuisler says:

    Rubio was infected by the McCain–Kennedy Disease

    When Marco Rubio announced for President he was already badly infected by John McCain. Most Rubio fans believe his major problem was McCain, Schumer’s infamous Gang of 8. (1) (3)
    But many Republican Voters will remember an even older Democrat-McCain Amnesty infection.
    In 2005 Ted Kennedy noted McCain’s tryst with Charlie Keating. And McCain admired Kennedy. So the Keating 5 met Chappaquiddick and became the 2005 McCain-Kennedy Immigration Bill. Many remember in 2005 McCain, Kennedy, Levin, Durbin and Schumer tried to give Amnesty to illegals, open US borders for the first time in decades and radically change our American culture. (4)
    Follow the McCain trail of US cultural destruction: In 2001 John McCain co-sponsored 3 “Dream Acts” (conditional Amnesties for resident Illegals).
    In 2005 McCain-Kennedy would have opened borders, expanded immigration, visas and Amnesty (where illegal immigrants could have stayed in the US permanently by paying a non-specific fine.)
    In 2008 McCain craved more power (but polls said most American voters wanted borders closed).
    In 2008 McCain ran for President against his own McCain-Kennedy Immigration & Dream Acts.
    In 2008 McCain lost and changed his “beliefs” again & began forming his Gang of 8 for Amnesty. In 2013 Rubio joined McCain’s Gang of 8 offering Amnesty to millions (with kudos to Kennedy) inciting more illegal immigration & adding 15 million green cards (permanent visas). (1) (2) (3) (4)
    It is hard to believe Rubio’s naiveté. McCain-Kennedy’s Immigration/Amnesty was discussed while 9/11 was still fresh in our minds. Did Marco forget Kennedy-McCain Liberals never see “Illegals”? The US loses millions of jobs and Americans like Kate Steinle are killed by illegal immigrants. But Liberals like McCain-Kennedy only see more pro-government, anti-Conservative voters. (2)
    Why does Rubio admire John McCain who has only diminished the United States of America? Rubio knows the US has a Constitution codifying liberty and freedom based on our Judeo-Christian, Capitalist culture. Marco Rubio knows there are failed countries like Castro’s Cuba producing millions of immigrants with vastly different cultures eager to come here and take US jobs and welfare largess.
    Rubio is a fine young living testament to the American Dream – a good-looking Florida success story.
    Rubio knows if we don’t protect our borders, our culture, laws and country will be destroyed.
    So why does Marco Rubio remain loyal to John McCain’s Gang of 8 Immigration disaster? (5)

    Better questions: How long will AZ voters allow John McCain’s disease to infect our politics? How long will bright young politicians (like Rubio) be exposed to McCain’s hypocritical embrace of destructive issues like Teddy Kennedy’s Immigration Amnesty? (4) How long can our Arizona Republican Party put up with John McCain and remain an effective opposition to Democrats? (5)

    Marine, CIA Contractor, cop, Investigator, author of 3 books on betrayal, murder and AZ politics on Amazon, check all my facts and send this report to at least twenty more Republican primary voters.
    Bill Heuisler – 520-403-2939

    1) https://www.numbersusa.com/content/news/april-16-2013/gang-eight-outline-details-amnesty-and-massive-immigration-increases.html
    2) https://reason.com/blog/2013/06/18/what-john-mccains-immigration-dishonesty
    3) http://www.azcentral.com/news/politics/free/20130627immigration-reform-bill-senate-vote.html
    4) http://mediamatters.org/research/2008/07/02/nprs-liasson-cited-mccains-work-with-kennedy-on/143928
    5) http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2010/08/13/floridas-marco-rubio-tops-list-of-tea-party-fundraisers

  7. azgary says:

    Take a Break, It’s The Weekend – Intellectual Froglegs…

  8. Saguaro Sam says:

    Take a look at this in-depth story about Marco and his fat-and-happy buddies in Florida.

    This article is telling on many levels, but the last paragraph definitely jives with the carefully kept secrets regarding Rubio’s personal escapades.

    Maybe McCain is bringing Rubio into his stable, now that Lindsey Graham is looking and acting like an old woman.

    Here’s the link:
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/03/12/personal-financial-scandal-follow-rubio-tuesday-florida-vote/

    Also, Ted Cruz has really hurt himself by blaming Trump for the violence that erupted in Chicago. Cruz has issued many statements, including one that says that we need to “call on our better angels. . . . . .”
    Interesting how he sends his henchmen out to spread lies about other candidates right before a primary, but then takes to the pulpit to pretend to be a religious man.

    Very dangerous times.

    There are So Many Wolves that there is a scarcity of sheep’s clothing to hide them.

  9. Army Of One says:

    Trump was the victim of these aggressive thugs, clearly organized by the far left entities McCain gets funding from. George Soros is behind countless such organizations, most applicably here moveon.org and black lives matter. I expect nothing more from Rubio, but am extremely disappointed that Cruz is engaging in this tactic. Not a good move.

    • azgary says:

      Its who cruz really is.

      opportunistic, liar, tool of his donor/owners

      • Sgt. Preston says:

        You are apparently working double time to dominate this site with not only your pro-Trump views (which are monotonous but your opinion). I have stopped reading your anti-Cruz attacks which were beginning to disgust me. Why not get your own site and slobber over Trump all you want. I strongly support Ted Cruz, the much better qualified and better man all the way around, but I don’t hammer Trump whose filthy mouth and numerous marriages are embarrassing. He’s not even a coherent speaker unless you find repetition enlightening.

        I consider you a troll trying to drive thinking people away from this excellent site.

      • azgary says:

        LOL
        my comments and facts regarding cruz disgust you but you are probably ok with slick teddy blaming the victims of the thugs in chicago.

        im more disgusTED that cruz stands with soros, move on, blm etc over american citizens trying to exercise their right to assemble.

        in your mind I may be a troll, but when your mind wont condemn cruz for siding with radicals shutting down a peaceful gather of fellow Citizens. i dont give a rats butt what you think

  10. Saguaro Sam says:

    A “Must Read”.

    From the father whose son was murdered by an illegal while sitting in his car at a traffic light.

    This man tells it like it is. Gut-wrenching truth.

    Please read and pass it on:

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/03/13/father-son-murdered-illegal-pro-amnesty-john-kasich-marco-rubio-tried-treason/

  11. jakesez says:

    I am sorry indeed that Ted Cruz went over to the weak spine side. I have removed my make-shift “CRUZ” sign from my yard. Only glad we found out now about Ted Cruz’s back bone problem.