- John McCain came forward and said that Obama was directly responsible for the attack in Orlando.
- He blamed his action of pulling out troops from Iraq as well as not intervene in Syria the way that he should have.
- McCain quickly took the comments back, saying that he misspoke, even though we all know that he didn’t.
- Now Trump and McCain seem to both be sending the same story, that Obama is connected to the growth of terrorism.
John McCain, the Senator from Arizona, said that President Barack Obama is “directly responsible” for the terrorist attack in Orlando. He quickly followed up his statement by saying that he misspoke. Don’t worry John we all agree with you, don’t feel the need to back peddle because you are right.
Some people might be thinking that McCain has some bones to pick after losing his Republican Presidential election in 2008. In this case, however, McCain is one hundred percent correct.
The first accusation came when the Arizona Senator said that Obama had allowed the Islamic State to grow under his watch. Don’t worry, he didn’t stop there, he also said that the Orlando massacre was a direct representation of Obama’s failure in the Middle East. The failure of pulling troops our of Iraq as well as not intervening in Syria with our full capability.
John McCain is known to be a heckler of Obama’s foreign policy, yet it didn’t take long for him to back peddle his comments about President Obama.
“I did not mean to imply that the President was personally responsible,” McCain clarified in a statement. “I was referring to President Obama’s national security decisions, not the President himself.”
Yes, you did John! We know you did… and guess what? We agree with you. Don’t be P.C. just because liberal weenies might criticize you for the comments. Your comments are correct. Obama is responsible for the rise of the Islamic State, there are documents that show that the Obama Administration was actively supporting Al Qaeda which became ISIS.
“I and others have long warned that the failure of the President’s policy to deny ISIL safe haven would allow the terrorist organization to inspire, plan, direct or conduct attacks on the United States and Europe as they have done in Paris, Brussels, San Bernardino and now Orlando,” the statement continued.
Many people now are drawing comparisons to McCain and Trump. I’m sure it has nothing to do with the fact that they both are known for saying what’s on their minds. Trump earlier this week suggested that Obama was connected to the growth of terrorism from the Middle East.
John McCain, your thoughts are not your own, we all agree with you. Don’t be afraid to say them because they are absolutely correct.