Patriotic American Blaine Cooper to John McCain: I Would Have You Arrested for Treason

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Published on: February 8, 2015

Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has come under attack, and rightfully so. He has gone from being a Vietnam Veteran hero to crossing the line, in my opinion and many others, of being a traitor to the Constitution and the United States. I ran across a video of a townhall meeting that apparently took place sometime in September 2013, in which patriotic American Blaine Cooper called out John McCain on his treason for aiding and abetting the enemy of the United States. Because many Americans have never seen a man stand up to a politician in this manner and call them what they are, I thought it appropriate to post this.

This is simply something I cannot do justice by writing on it. You must hear it for yourself. The boldness expressed is due to McCain’s support of jihadists in Syria, his kowtowing to Barack Obama and the senator even going and having his picture made with enemies of the United States. The man couldn’t even keep his attention on the very serious matter regarding the support of jihadists in Syria. He was too busy playing poker.

Once Cooper finished his comments, McCain was completely embarrassed and rightly so, but laughed off the assertions of treason and declared his constituents had voted him into office 8 times. While McCain welcomes Cooper to run for office, it was more of a condescending tone that came from him in doing so.

What’s interesting is that though McCain supported aiding Syrian rebels, which include Al-Qaeda, he had earlier disingenuously threatened impeachment proceedings should Obama put Americans troops on the ground in Syria.

This video will make you want to stand up and cheer.

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