Now he’s not merely trying to sound conservative, he’s admitting he’s in “the race of his lifetime,” as he refers to his 2016 campaign in his most recent email soliciting funds.
“Right now,” McCain whines as he ignores his conservative Primary opponent and leaps directly to the General Election, “my opponent, Ann Kirkpatrick, is in California, hobnobbing with big money, left-wing Hollywood donors as part of a closed-door conference put on by liberal fundraising network Democracy Alliance.” Then in the mother of all ironies he says,“ You see, Congresswoman Kirkpatrick has a habit of putting her liberal crony friends ahead of Arizona.”
That’s exactly what billionaire socialist George Soros’s pal John McCain has done throughout his decades-long political career. If he wasn’t colluding with Ted Kennedy, Russ Feingold or Hillary Clinton, he and his doppelganger Jeff Flake, busied themselves putting together the infamous amnesty promoting, La Raza-championed, Gang of Eight, with far left Democrat Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Dick Durban (D-IL), Robert Melendez (D-NJ), and Michael Bennet (D-CO). Arizonans McCain and Flake were joined by fellow amnesty-bent RINOs Marco Rubio (R-FL),and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) in the so-called “bi-partisan” scheme.
The Daily Caller reported John McCain and Jeff Flake have the distinction of being neck-in-neck for the least popular U.S. Senator prize. Few Arizonans were surprised by the revelation.
We should never forget this is who they actually are — most comfortable with the most liberal of Washington insiders and laughingly backing their issues. Here it was amnesty: