John McCain Staff Member Argues Hitler Was A Christian
We expect nothing that mirrors truth, decency, and pro-Americanism from liberals, and they seldom if ever prove us wrong–but we expect more from Republicans (especially those who claim to be conservative), and conversely they seldom if ever prove us right. This explains why McCain lost and it explains why true conservatives have justifiable doubts about Romney.
John McCain and John Boehner, two of the least trustworthy and most often identified RINO’s in Congress, are enjoying the limelight of the liberal media at the expense of a woman they could take lessons from pursuant to political backbone.
Michelle Bachmann is being excoriated by so-called conservative Republicans because she dared put the security of our country over political correctness and cronyism. Bachmann, along with Reps. Trent Franks, Louie Gohmert, Thomas Rooney, and Lynn Westmoreland sent letters to the State Department, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Department of Defense, the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security–that raised concerns pursuant to our national security.
McCain, Boehner, and their left-leaning minions, are unfathomably upset because Bachmann, and the other signees, wrote in part: “The [State] department’s Deputy, Chief of Staff, Huma Abedin, has three family members – her late father, her mother and her brother – connected to Muslim Brotherhood operatives and /or organizations. Her position affords her routine access to the Secretary and to policy making.”
Abedin is a key component of Hillary Clinton’s staff and the wife of the disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner, the online sexual deviant who is now rumored to be considering an attempted political comeback.
In response to McCain, Boehner and the likes of the vicious, bigoted, black Muslim Congressman Keith Ellison, Bachmann said: “Not once in the letter to the Inspector General of the Department of State, as you summarize, was it stated that by extension, (Ms. Abedin), may be working on the organization’s behalf. That her family members are connected to the Muslim Brotherhood has been reported and referenced widely in the Arab-language media, including Al-Hayat, The Arab Times and Al-Jazeera.”
With that said, what is the problem with McCain, Boehner, and other Republicans that they feel compelled to berate Bachmann for daring to suggest they take seriously our national security?
How much evidence do we need that political correctness is a deadly and damnable practice? Do they need more evidence than the political correctness that allowed Nidal Hassan to go on his murderous killing spree at Fort Hood in the name of his so-called god?
I find it fascinating that McCain and Boehner are quick to condemn Bachmann, and those with her, but I’m still waiting for them to condemn Hassan in at least the same manner. I can understand Ellison not condemning Hassan–they’re brothers in the Muslim revolution to conquer the world. But shouldn’t we expect more from those who claim to be on our side?
If McCain, Boehner, and the other so-called conservatives, care so much about fairness and not painting everyone with the same brush, why do they sit silently as Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and extreme racist bigots like Jehmu Greene publicly attack whites with racial pejoratives? If they care about justice and fairness why have they not demanded Eric Holder and Obama’s Justice Department prosecute members of the New Black Panther Party for their voter intimidation and for deaths threats made to George Zimmerman? Or do they see nothing wrong with placing a bounty on the head of another man–a bounty that has grown to over a million dollars and is being collected from across state lines to kill Mr. Zimmerman?
Yesterday, July 20th, I received a lengthy letter from a professional person who had called McCain’s office to protest his condemnation of Bachmann. The person who wrote me requested I not use their name. They had spoken to a McCain staff person named Will (who refused to give his last name) at approximately 3:52 PM eastern at 202-224-2235. Following is part of that conversation shared with you, (with the author’s permission), as received–the person wrote:
I called chastising McCain for his comments chastising Michelle Bachmann and four other Congressman. I said we are in dire times and that we don’t need attacks like this within the party. The person on the phone commented that Bachmann‘s attack on Huma transcended politics and that she did not have evidence to smear Huma’s name in front of the whole world. The man said there was no evidence to what Bachmann wrote about. I said Bachmann only asked questions. He said she didn’t have enough facts to ask those questions and that she defamed Huma’s name in front of the whole world. I said Bachmann didn’t smear Huma’s name that she wrote the letters to government offices, not to newspapers. I said whoever released those letters and then made it a public issue are to blame. The man on the phone said no the person who wrote the letter is to blame for thinking such things. I said she wrote the letter as internal documents to other government agencies and he said if she didn’t want everyone to read them she shouldn’t have written them. I tried a few other arguments but this man blames Bachmann for asking question, he says Bachmann asked pointed questions about Huma and as a Congresswoman she shouldn’t have. I said somebody needs to.
I also said to him that government asks pointed questions of American citizens every day, nobody cares about that.
I mentioned Humas mother and father, he said Huma’s father was dead 20 years and everything else that Bachmann asks about were unfounded. He said they were only directed at Huma because she was Muslim. He says should we look suspect at all Christians due to Timothy McVeigh being a Christian? I reply, Timothy McVeigh was not a Christian. The man argues that he was. I say next you are going to tell me that Hitler was a Christian, and the man replies “He was.” I said, Hitler was not a Christian and he replies “Yes, he was sir.”
There you have it. McCain’s office believes Hitler was a Christian and Boehner believes he should play golf with Obama as often as possible–and we wonder why and how the Republican Party has become what it is.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here