Skip to comments.Fireworks: Man At McCain Town Hall Tells Him "I'd Have You Arrested For Treason"
Posted on 09/07/2013 5:21:25 AM PDT by maggiefEdited on 09/07/2013 7:47:05 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
On Friday, a man attending a town hall hosted by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) in Prescott confronted the senator and told him he should be arrested and charged with treason for supporting al Qaeda in Syria.
"We the people want you to be representative of the people and for this great nation, but for far too long now on the rest of Congress, including the executive branch of government, along with the judicial and legislative have turned your back on the American people and their core values and principles. I can say with great confidence and speak on behalf of all Americans that your actions against this country are treasonous. All of you -- against the will of the American people -- have aided and abetted the enemy," said the town hall attendee.
(Excerpt) Read more at realclearpolitics.com ...
Video right here:
McCain Gets SLAMMED by Town Hall Attendee: I Would Have You Arrested for Treason!!
Expect the IRS to be on his front porch by noon today.
I dind’t watch the video, but read the article. Was McInsane playing video poker and while staring at his smart phone, waving his hand at the guy and saying, “whatever”?
Dear God, let it be Adam Kwasman.
a syria truther?
I’m on top of it. Thanks, though.
I’ve been telling people this for weeks...if we are at war with Al Qaeda and we now want to support the Syrian Al Qaeda rebels, then isn’t our government committing treason against itself?
Hope Palin goes and interviews that fellow...
This dude just opened a big ole can o worms.
Expect every .gov badgemonkey McShame can muster
to be banging on this guys door before the weekend
He will meet the IRS, DHS, Eric Holder, Secret Service, heck all of them real soon.
A brave man to stand up and speak as he did. I wonder what the Founders and signers of the Constitution would have said.
“Expect the IRS to be on his front porch by noon today.”
Yeah, for sure. While I’m not a resident of Arizona, McCain spends a lot of his time on the national stage bloviating about international issues that affect me. So, I feel I have a right to opine about him. And, I thereby say its time for McCain to go. I am tired of him exploiting his Vietnam experience and being a POW for political advantage. While his bravery and patriotism should rightfully be revered they have nothing to do with his knowledge concerning domestic or international issues. In fact, more often than not he and his pal Lindsey are on the wrong side. So, good citizens of Arizona pleeeease do not re-elect him. Give him the metaphorical gold watch and a nice farewell dinner, thank him for his service and tell him to go park his @$$ on his front porch and watch the beautiful sunsets.
It’s quite horrifying to me to see all the responses here - same thing I was thinking as well: That because this AMERICAN CITIZEN spoke his mind (and the TRUTH) to an ELECTED leader, a public SERVANT, that he now needs to fear retribution via the IRS, DOJ, etc...
That right there tells you we are so far into totalitarianism than we’d all like to think. It’s very VERY unsettling.
Our polititians have completely forgotten that they are ELECTED as our REPRESENTATIVES. They now believe their job is to shape our culture. Yes, they are all guilty of treason.
Shame on the LIV in the crowd booing this brave man for exercising his First Amendment rights...
He didn't refute his charge of helping AQ...
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.