Sydney, Australia. Doubling down on dumb and dumber, US Senator John McCaian (R-AZ), has stated that America does not have a terrorism or ISIS problem; it has a Putin problem.
American Senator John McCain says Russian President Vladimir Putin is a bigger threat to global security than ISIS, and warned that the Senate would push for sanctions against Moscow for its alleged interference in the US election.
John McCain, is a leading foreign policy voice in the US Congress and a paid agent of the Ukrainian government, he is a member of the US Senate Ukrainian caucus and routinely recieves massive campaign contributions from Kiev. The statements were made during an interview in Australia, where he has held security talks on his way to a defense summit in Singapore.
“I think Putin is the premier and most important threat, more so than ISIS,” McCain said in an interview on Australian television. This, despite the United States openly attempting either a nuclear war or regime change in North Korea, where the United States has now deployed 3 Aircraft carrier task forces, 4 nuclear missile submarines and brought up nuclear delivery aircraft B-2 bombers to Guam.
McCain said while there was no evidence the Russians succeeded in changing the U.S. election outcome, they were still trying to change elections, including the recent French vote.”I view the Russians as the far greatest challenge that we have,” said McCain.
“So we need to have increased sanctions. And hopefully when we come back from our recess, the Senate will move forward with sanctions on Russia and enact other penalties for Russian behavior.”
McCain, who has been a critic of President Donald Trump, said he believes the national security team around Trump is developing a strategy that will lead to “victory” in Afghanistan, and Trump has great confidence in that team.McCain is a strong supporter of Neocon political ideology that holds Russia must be “defeated, neutralized and overthrown,” for America to survive.