It’s amazing isn’t it all the bashing Sen. John McCain has done against President Trump and Russia. It’s just been one blatant and false accusation after another. First, McCain gives a false dirty dossier with accusations about Trump and alleged inappropriate activities in Russia to FBI Director James Comey. Then, McCain accuses Russia and Putin of hacking into the elections using Podesta’s emails, and even went further to call the hacking “worse than a physical attack” …”more seriously than Orlando or San Bernardino” and even an “act of war”.
Add to that the recent firing of Michael Flynn, Trump’s National Security Advisor. Who’s involved? None other than Russia and need I say more? It seems Sen. McCain has been trying to push Senate Majority Leader McConnell to set up a special committee to investigate Russia, but with no luck of his own.
Then, there was McCain’s recent and unusual “quiet’ flight to Syria, to speak with the Kurdish fighters. However, interesting enough, McCain also met with a few others of note like the Saudi Arabia King and the Prince of Abu Dhabi days before the UN talks. Some might ask, isn’t that the job of our new UN Ambassador Nikki Haley?
Put all that aside, because WikiLeaks has a WHOPPER of a doozy and it’s about Sen. McCain seeking a past campaign contribution from Russia. Oops. I guess squeaky clean McCain is not so clean afterall.
H/T Gateway Pundit:
Wikileaks released documents this week following the sudden death of Russian UN ambassador Vitaly Churkin.
There are several documents on McCain’s request for donations from the Russians.
In 2008 the Russian mission released a letter on a fundraising attempt from John McCain.
According to Reddit users John McCain illegally asked for campaign donations from the Russian Ambassador. (the same ambassador that died suddenly on Monday) This globalist shrieks about Russian influence while he himself participated in it.
The Russians told McCain they would not donate to his campaign.
Here’s the Russian statement in the letter verified by WikiLeaks:
“We have received a letter from Senator John McCain requesting financial contribution to his Presidential campaign.
In this connection we would like to reiterate that Russian officials, the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations or the Russian Government do not finance political activity in foreign countries.”
Say WHAT?! Didn’t our wonderful Senator from Arizona know it is against the law for a US candidate for president to request donations from foreign governments? It looks like even the Russians clearly understood that.
What’s even more coincidental is that the letter from McCain went to Churkin at the Russian Embassy in Manhattan.
Adding intrigue to an already bizarre story, True Pundit recently contacted Russia’s Permanent Mission (Embassy) in New York for comment from Ambassador Churkin regarding McCain’s unorthodox written request for money. By Tuesday, however, diplomatic staff reported Ambassador Churkin had died suddenly at the embassy late Monday.
Almost sounds too coincidental doesn’t it? I mean in the past when you heard of things like this happening, there was usually someone named Clinton behind it.
If you want the real answers…follow the money. Until then, I can assure you, Sen. McCain is not so squeaky clean.
It also seems McCain is also not the brightest. He recently fell for pranksters who pretended to be the Prime Minister of Ukraine:
Unfreaking believable! It’s obvious that McCain can’t retire soon enough! How many other ‘pranksters’ do you think he’s talked to about Russian sanctions?