Misdirection? "Sure, look over here at these crash sites and forget about those others, there's probably nothing there anyway"...I do remember one prisoner was found, but he had Stockholm syndrome so bad, he refused to return on his own, I think it was in 76 when they found him.
McCain has enough of his own (internal) problems, he's got no business in the Senate. He certainly makes Trump's case for not being a war hero. He either sold out, after being broken, or simply turned on his fellow prisoners - whatever the actually happened, he BETRAYED AMERICA in that video. After that, McCain never should have been elected to public office for starters. For all we know, his hatred of Russians is a ruse, and he's been doing what they instructed him, disrupt the constitutional political processes whenever and whereever you can... like Obama.
Remember, boys and girls: if you keep finding (after all this time, "completely by accident") and selling-back the remains of your very, very, VERY rich enemy, you too will rise among prominence among your socialist peers!Consider how little a metal detector costs and how close-proximity to any U.S. military man ANY substantial amount of metal can be found. A scan may not find dog-tags but surely would find other metal. After all these decades the Vietnamese metal scrapyard people would have gone searching for ANYTHING metal to melt and sell for other uses. In short those G.I. bodies would mostly have been found by now. Realistically some will never be found, blown up by bombs or crashing aircraft. That isn't any cover-up, it's just war. But if one is found, any decision as to when to release the body (and in return for what) remains an individual case.
The only low life miserable self serving demon from hell who is known to have sold "Remains" of American servicemen was that bastard Bo Giretz, and it wasnt even human remains but chicken bones.If Bo ever shows up back in Thailand the Ex pats there will hog tie him, soak him in gas and throw him on an open pit and roast him alive
"All he has to do is pick up the phone, call the director of the CIA, the director of national intelligence and say, 'OK, what happened?' Because they certainly should know whether the former president of the United States was wiretapping Trump Tower."
This approach assumes the intelligence personnel involved, those who worked under Obama and the demoncraps, will tell the truth when asked, "what happened?"Trump is not so stupid as to make that assumption.Neither are we.
Yep, either Johnny is delusional or stupid, I see no other answer.He's proof govt can't be trusted.
He is used to dealing with LIVs and progs. He thinks WE are stupid.
Well, he is a prog after all. Wonder if he'll jump party's after his term is up?
John McCain has become an oldies act.
In response, McCain began railing against Paul, his voice trembling with anger: “I note the senator from Kentucky leaving the floor without justification or any rationale for the action he has just taken. That is really remarkable, that a senator blocking a treaty that is supported by the overwhelming number—perhaps 98, at least, of his colleagues—would come to the floor and object and walk away.”He then directly connected Paul to the Russian government: “The only conclusion you can draw when he walks away is he has no justification for his objection to having a small nation be part of NATO that is under assault from the Russians.“So I repeat again, the senator from Kentucky is now working for Vladimir Putin.”....Paul’s NATO-skeptic words notably echo those of President Trump, who ran on backing away from involvement with the alliance, having called it “obsolete” and lamented how it “costs us a fortune.” McCain, of course, vehemently opposed such words.The Arizona senator’s brusk accusation is the latest controversy to emerge from the Senate floor. Little more than a month ago, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell cut off Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren as she read a 1986 letter from Coretta Scott King suggesting Sen. Jeff Sessions actively worked to block the black vote.Citing a Senate rule against impugning the motive of a colleague, McConnell reprimanded Warren. The majority leader’s office did not immediately respond to request for comment on whether McConnell plans to similarly punish McCain for suggesting his colleague works for the Russian government.