If you haven’t been following the back and forth between Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) and Senator John McCain (D-AZ), click here before reading on. It all started when Gohmert identified McCain for what he is – someone who is aiding and abetting the enemy that hit us on 9/11/01.
McCain, who never speaks poorly of Democrats, accused Gohmert of having “no intelligence”. Well, Gohmert has responded to the Wacko Bird, Via a statement published by the Daily Beast:
“Obviously, Senator McCain would be better off with ‘no intelligence’ since he does not know the Syrian opposition he met with is infested with al Qaeda and terrorist kidnappers. His ‘intelligence’ even caused him to support the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt that burned churches and killed Christians, as the senator stood against the will of the massive majority of Egyptians including moderate Muslims, Christians, and secularists who demanded the Muslim Brotherhood extremist persecutions must end.”
When it comes to McCain’s support for the Syrian rebels, the most damning evidence begins with the group he aligned himself with – the Syrian Emergency Task Force (SETF) and its one-time member Elizabeth O’Bagy, whom McCain has amazingly decided to hire. We have written extensively about the SETF, which is steeped in Muslim Brotherhood affiliations that McCain should not be allowed to plead ignorance over. In fact, Gohmert should be getting reinforcements from within the Republican caucus. Then again, he’s quite familiar with being abandoned on this front.
Of course, McCain is doing exactly what someone who has been busted usually does; he smears his accuser. Why else would McCain defend the likes of Reid, Schumer, and Durbin while accusing Gohmert of having “no intelligence”?
The answer is that Gohmert is doing what no one at his level or higher is doing; he’s calling McCain out for siding with America’s enemies.
We’d like to dedicate this song to Rep. Gohmert for deciding to call out one of America’s traitors (how can McCain be anything else if he supports al-Qaeda?):