Arizona Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake are two of the biggest RINO’s in Congress. The pair constantly does whatever possible to side against President Trump and with the Democrat Party. Now, Juan Williams, whom America knows best as the liberal co-host of Fox News’s The Five, has named them his ‘politicians of the year.’
From Fox News:
In the seven years I have been writing this column for The Hill, I have had a year-end tradition of recognizing the member of Congress who, for better or worse, made the biggest impact on national politics in the preceding year.
Given the deep partisan divide in the country, you might be thinking: Why is a Democrat honoring two conservative Republican senators?
Well, I never shut my eyes to masterful political achievements by Republicans. I don’t think governing should be reduced to partisan sport.
Last year I gave the award to a Republican, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.). There is no denying that, in 2016, McConnell obstructed President Obama’s legislative agenda. He even refused to hold hearings for the Democrat’s Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland.
More on Flake, from Downtrend:
Arizona Senator Jeff Flake continues to wage his scorched earth campaign against President Donald Trump and the media continues to treat this pathetic loser like he was Lady Gaga.
Flaky Flake who is about as popular in his home state as late-stage colorectal cancer wedged his way into a slow news cycle on the afternoon before Thanksgiving by ripping Trump for his Tuesday comments that were seen to be supportive of Alabama iconoclast Judge Roy Moore.
More on McCain, from Daily Caller:
Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona called his Senate colleagues’ campaign to repeal and replace Obamacare this summer “insanity,” and told President Donald Trump he was “sorry” he could not vote the party line, Esquire reports.
Trump, much like he did with other senators, called McCain to try to get him to vote yes for the Senate’s eleventh-hour bill to repeal Obamacare in late July, known as the “skinny repeal.”
“I thank you, Mr. President, for your involvement,” McCain told Trump minutes before he shot down the party’s last attempt to overhaul Obamacare. “I cannot vote for something called Skinny Repeal. I can’t do it. I didn’t even see the bill until today. I mean, this is insanity. I appreciate the call and now I have to go vote, and I’m sorry.”
Clearly, Williams knows next to nothing and is attempting to incite. Flake and McCain are far from the ‘politicians of the year.’ In fact, they should both be on the opposite end of that list. After all, there’s a reason Flake isn’t seeking re-election in 2018.