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Former Marine vs. John McCain: Pinheads, Patriots, and the Police State

Last month during a town hall meeting in Phoenix, AZ, with Senator John McCain (R-AZ), a Marine by the name of Blaine Cooper voiced his disdain for the Senator, along with other Congressional leaders, and Barack Obama, in a patriotic and impassioned speech. Cooper stated that the aforementioned guilty parties have turned their back on the American people, values, and core beliefs, even so far as aiding terrorists. While McCain stood there grinning like an idiot and posturing like an inpatient five year old, Cooper went on to state that while representatives like McCain were elected by their constituents to protect them from the enemy, they have, in fact, become the enemy.

To finish off this truly admirable speech, Cooper said that if he were elected to office, he would try McCain and others for treason against the United States of America. With the exception of McCain grinning like the elitist RINO that he is and a few liberal trolls giving the thumbs down and booing, several of the town hall members erupted in applause at Cooper’s speech. The Senator responded to Cooper’s speech with the same condescending demeanor he displayed during the possible Syrian intervention.

While his town hall speech in Phoenix is earning him widespread support and recognition among Conservatives, the Leftist regime we are all ruled under has certainly kept its eye on Cooper. According to Police State USA, Cooper was contacted by local police and interrogated by the FBI for remarks made on Facebook referring to the federal government as being a “police state”. During his 45 minute interrogation with the FBI regarding his “questionable” Facebook comments, they informed him that the alternative to him not coming down to the local police station was for them to raid his home. In addition, the FBI pulled up a file of every known Facebook post Cooper has made, as well as information about his wife and parents.

So, what the FBI does to address comments about them operating as a police state — is to act like a police state! Makes perfect sense. Luckily for Cooper, once he was deemed not a “threat”, he was released.  Who gave the directive to investigate Blaine Cooper?  And why?

What kind of nation have we become where the law enforcement agencies that are supposed to protect citizens and apprehend REAL criminals are forcing interrogation sessions with a former Marine and firefighter in training, who is simply exercising his First Amendment right? And whats more, why are real criminals and terrorists like the Tsarnaev brothers given a pass by the FBI when ties to Muslim extremism exist? Why was the Boston Police Department not notified of the suspicious activities of the Tsarnaevs, but the Prescott Valley Police Department was notified of Blaine Cooper’s activities, and then summoned him to come in for an interrogation for statements critical of the government?

It is under this Administration and sell-out politicians like McCain that honest, freedom loving patriots like Blaine Cooper are being treated like enemies and the Tsarnaevs are left alone to collect welfare. After being called treasonous by a fellow member of the armed services, all McCain can do is laugh nervously and offer up an incredibly lame and hallow rebuttal? The complete lack of interest and concern for this country and its citizens lies in McCain’s response (or lack thereof). He clearly lost the concern and sense of duty he must have had at one time while serving in the military and instead sold his soul for a congressional paycheck.

Whatever price you sold your soul for, Mr. McCain, I hope it was worth it.

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Gena Michael

Gena Michael is an Arizona transplant/U of AZ Political Science graduate living in Boston, MA. She values God, family, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. She enjoys cooking, traveling, girly stuff, guns, politics, and Boston sports.