Senator John McCain Confronted in Town Hall Meeting for Supporting the War on Syria

In-depth Report:

John McCain is supporting al Qaeda in Syria which is responsible for countless atrocities including the use of chemical weapons.

Let’s not forget that.

Since the outbreak of the insurgency in Syria, John McCain has been actively involved in meetings with the leaders of Al Qaeda who have been involved in terrorist acts. 

Senator McCain is in violation of US anti-terrorist legislation.  He should be arrested for supporting terrorism.

Since the outbreak of the insurgency in Syria, John McCain has been actively involved in meetings with rebel commanders. The Republican Senator met with armed groups in Syria in May 2013 and posed in a controversial “photo op” with leading Al Qaeda commanders. McCain described this encounter on his twitter as an:

“…Important visit with brave fighters in #Syria who are risking their lives for freedom and need our help” (twitter.com/SenJohnMcCain/… (John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) May 28, 2013

 

Hawkish US Senator John McCain (C) poses with infamous kidnapper in Syria, Mohamed Nour (seen with his hand on his chest and holding a camera)

Hawkish US Senator John McCain (C) poses with infamous kidnapper in Syria, Mohamed Nour (seen with his hand on his chest and holding a camera)

 


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