Tweets from Islamist terrorists and their supporters confirm that the terrorists that John McCain met with partnered with ISIS, GotNews.com has learned.
Contrary to what you may have heard from media fact checkers, the overwhelming evidence points to McCain meeting with terrorists allied with ISIS.
Senator John McCain’s spokesman Brian Rogers was caught lying about the senator’s ties to Syrian terrorists. In fact, McCain wanted to have a “sleepover” with the Syrian terrorists, according to disgraced neocon think tank staffer Elizabeth O’Bagy.
In 2013 I interviewed and exposed Elizabeth O’Bagy. O’Bagy, who was paid by the Syrian rebels, was caught lying about her Ph.D. and fired–only to be rehired by John McCain as a foreign policy staffer. I asked McCain’s spokesman, Brian Rogers, about O’Bagy’s description of McCain wanting to have a sleepover with the Syrian kidnappers. He confirmed it.
Now Rogers is claiming he knew but won’t name the terrorists in the photo with McCain–lest they be harmed.
Rogers has been all over the place on McCain’s photos with terrorists. Matthew Boyle of Breitbart News points this out:
But there’s just one problem with McCain’s office’s story. Now, McCain’s team says the senator didn’t meet with any bad figures but declines to name them, for what seems to be a legitimate reason—although those who are publicly leading combat against ISIS and against Bashar Al-Assad’s regime are probably publicly known figures there.
Just last year, however, McCain’s office had no clue who the senator met. When allegations surfaced that the senator may have met with terrorists who kidnapped someone, Rogers—McCain’s communications director—went on the record to multiple media outlets to say he didn’t know who he was meeting with, and if he did meet with kidnapper terrorists, that would be regrettable.
“None of the individuals the senator planned to meet with was named Mohamad Nour or Abu Ibrahim,” Rogers told CNN in late May 2013, right after the trip. “A number of other Syrian commanders joined the meeting, but none of them identified himself as Mohamad Nour or Abu Ibrahim.”
Rogers added later in his statement to CNN that he and the senator did not know who he was meeting with.
Here are the facts.
John McCain met with Syrian kidnappers and terrorists in May 2013.
McCain had small contingent of US security, as well as the Asafat al-Shamal (Northern Storm) brigade. Met w 5 FSA commanders.
— Alexander Marquardt (@MarquardtA) May 27, 2013
In August 2013, the Northern Storm Brigade took Mannagh a.k.a. Mengh airport working with ISIS.
There are no credible reports that ISIS attacked Northern Storm Brigade as a result of that meeting.
In fact, jihadists actually claimed ISIS and Northern Storm Front were working together.
There were claims ISIS was hunting Northern Storm brigade members.today it turns out they fought together in Mengh
— Shami Witness (@ShamiWitness) August 6, 2013
— Aymenn J Al-Tamimi (@ajaltamimi) August 6, 2013
Still, we have to ask…
Are we really supposed to believe that McCain wanted to have sleepover with people he didn't know? http://t.co/64SeiqZ9vS
— Charles C. Johnson (@ChuckCJohnson) September 19, 2014
Media “fact checkers” claimed Senator Rand Paul was wrong when he said that McCain met with ISIS on a trip there. But they were wrong instead.
— The Lead CNN (@TheLeadCNN) September 18, 2014
— Olivia Nuzzi (@Olivianuzzi) September 17, 2014
Will the media now apologize?