Taya Kyle FED UP With McCain, Calls Him Out With Brutal Truth Bomb He Can’t Deny

Can John McCain just go away already?

We were stuck with having to vote for the RINO in 2008, and he couldn’t even beat Barack Obama. Then he spent the past election cycle berating Donald Trump – the man who actually COULD defeat the Democrat establishment. Needless to say, the two hardly have a positive relationship.

Recently, McCain went after Trump regarding the outcome of a raid in Yemen. “While many of the objectives of the recent raid in Yemen were met, I would not describe any operation that results in the loss of American life as a success,” he said in a statement.

Sean Spicer demanded an apology, and Trump said that McCain’s comments “embolden” the enemy.

It wasn’t just Trump and his friends in Washington firing back at McCain. Tara Kyle, the wife of slain Navy SEAL, “American sniper” Chris Kyle appeared on FOX and Friends this morning to respond to McCain.

She told Fox and Friends that “He certainly could apologize to the family for saying it was a failure because that insinuates that his life was given for nothing and it wasn’t,” she said. “They got 14 high-value targets. That’s a big deal. These guys went in and risked their lives, and they were very successful.”

She also noted that the loss of American life doesn’t automatically mean a military mission was a failure. As we supposed to believe that D-day was a failure because Americans died?

She then said McCain’s comments were “simply not true.” “It’s semantics. Sometimes it’s politically motivated when you say something is a failure or a success. I don’t think you can categorically say that. You have to be a little more detailed.”

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Will anyone miss John McCain once he’s gone? The man has been on office for far too long. For anyone in Arizona reading this, we’re begging you, replace this man already.

Source: Western Journalism danya deltzin

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