October 02, 2015 "Information
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Sen. John McCain has a personal stake in the ISIS and
al-Qaeda members currently being targeted by Russian fighter planes.
It was just two years ago that McCain found himself in the
embarrassing position of having to explain his
sleepover with a group of ISIS-affiliated terrorists in Syria.
He has repeatedly called for more direct US military involvement to
overthrow the Syrian government. Repeated stories of the failures of
the US rebel training program have only steeled his resolve. Facts
must not get in the way of McCain’s regime change plans for Syria.
But McCain’s plans for Syria have suddenly come to a screeching
halt with the arrival of the Russian military. ISIS and al-Qaeda and
their affiliated groups are suddenly under the Russian gun. Indeed
it appears that Russia has made more progress in two days of bombing
than the US-led coalition has made in a year.
Asked by Fox News’ Neil Cavuto what the US should do about
Russia’s attacks on CIA-trained (but al-Qaeda affiliated) fighters
in Syria, McCain responded:
I might do what we did in Afghanistan many years ago to give
those guys the ability to shoot down those planes. That
equipment is available.
Yes, McCain wants US fingerprints all over shot-down Russian
military planes and dead Russian military pilots. Does anyone want
to bet that none of his colleagues in the Senate will castigate
McCain for publicly threatening to shoot down Russian planes by
What would Fox News (and the rest of the US media) do if a
Russian Senator went on Russian television to publicly call for the
Russians to help Assad shoot down American military aircraft over
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