John McCain, the failed Republican presidential nominee, put his foot in it. But his comments likely reflect most of the do-nothing, establishment elites who have allowed our nation to be driven into the ground.
What audacious thing did the venerable McCain say?
“It’s very bad. This performance with our friend out in Phoenix [referring to Trump] is very hurtful to me, because what he did was he fired up the crazies.”
“He fired up the crazies.”
There you have John McCain – attributing “craziness” to those of us who support someone who has the guts to frankly speak out and take action regarding our illegal immigration problem. This is a “pot calling the kettle black” moment for sure. McCain called tens of millions of Americans “crazy” for supporting someone who says the things other Republicans should say but refuse to say.
Returning to sanity, here is a list of 10 reasons Trump would make a stellar president, courtesy of Scot Vorse writing on Breitbart.
Yes, Trump gets it - McCain doesn’t and is among the Republican “crazies.”
El Chapo, the notorious Mexican drug kingpin prison escapee has precisely the same opinion of Trump as the Republican elites – that he needs to “shut up.” That should tell you something about the Republican elites.
Speaking of “crazies”, a California judge ordered Dinesh D’Souza, the producer of a couple of movies critical of Barack Obama, to undergo additional months of “therapeutic counseling” aka “re-education.” Why? Becaue D’Souza is “arrogant, intolerant of others, and not introspective enough.”
This means the government can force people who hold firmly to their own values and express their values to others can be sequestered in a forced re-education program because they are deemed “arrogant, intolerant of others, and not introspective enough.”
This is a threat – a cold chill - to every Christian, every aetheist, everyone who cares about anything. We must show our “tolerance” and lack of “arrogance” by shutting up, sitting in a corner and being introspective.
A great commentary on this pathetic state of affairs is given by Pamela Geller HERE. And she isn’t even a fan of D’Souza’s.
So here you have it:
Is this a
great screwed up country or what?