Senator John McCain (R-AZ) is at it again, but Governor Mike Huckabee just dropped a reality bomb putting him in his place.
McCain is reportedly joining with Democratic colleague Christopher Coons to introduce legislation that gives Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals’ illegals (DACA) a path to citizenship, but denies President Donald Trump his funding to build a wall.
President Trump has made the wall a key facet of his border control; he simply wants the funding to help finish the job Congress promised back in 2006. And, he will get it.
The wall — or at least a fence, which some argue is one and the same as a wall — has already been approved. Back in 2006, Congress passed the Secure Fence Act, signed into law by then-President George W. Bush. It was never funded. But the border protection is both old and constitutionally rubber-stamped.
Republicans and RINO’s unwilling to support the border wall deal in the Senate need to get out of the way.
President Trump already won once by standing up to Democrats and calling their bluff. When the government shut down for three days in January, it was Sen. Chuck Schumer who capitulated and signed on to a short-term budget deal, not Republicans. It was Democrats who blinked first.
However, Governor Mike Huckabee came swooping in, slapping McCain down, and sending him scurrying back under the rocks he came from.
“John McCain’s “open border, no wall, amnesty” plan is reason he isn’t
@POTUS and @realDonaldTrump is. Less chance of being passed than Chuck Schumer and Maxine Waters teaming up on Dancing w/ the Stars and winning.”
John McCain's "open border, no wall, amnesty" plan is reason he isn't @POTUS and @realDonaldTrump is. Less chance of being passed than Chuck Schumer and Maxine Waters teaming up on Dancing w/ the Stars and winning.
— Gov. Mike Huckabee (@GovMikeHuckabee) February 6, 2018
BOOM! Mike is SPOT ON! Do you agree it’s time for John McCain to retire and call it quits if he can’t get on board and support the President’s agenda? Let us know in the comments below and share the news.
(h/t Washington Times)