McCain violated Logan Act

Senators McCain and Graham have a personal vendetta against President Trump and put that ahead of what is good for the country. McCain, however, may have gone over the line, legally speaking.

Senator John McCain has not stopped putting his own petty and personal self-interest ahead of America. It seems that once he became a politician, service to country became a smokescreen for his raw ambition and whatever good he did 50 years ago has been undone by an unbroken record of constant greedy ambition and and unethical self-interest.
But now the faux maverick Senator who is a paid puppet of the globalist elite has perhaps strayed over the line of the law. Senators McCain and Graham have a personal vendetta against President Trump and put that ahead of what is good for the country. McCain, however, may have violated the Logan Act.

After President Trump gave the Australian Prime Minister a deserved dressing down, and details were shamefully leaked (with many details being fake news) McCain decided it was his job to call the Australian Prime Minister and annunciate American foreign policy, in contradiction of the President. Of course, like the salacious fake CIA report he peddled to torpedo our President, this lowlife globalist didn’t let facts get in the way of his narrative or even check them. 

McCain spoken of how our alliance with Australia was vital and how we respected them and etc. The unspoken but very real communication was that Trump doesn’t represent America’s foreign policy, McCain does. He thinks he is the President. The other unspoken but real communication was that Trump doesn’t value our alliance with Australia or respect them as a  friend and ally. He doesn’t respect a dangerous and wrong-headed immigration deal that Australia pushed through with Obama in the waning days of his regime, and it Australians shower us no respect for pushing for such a deal that has no advantages for us and only advantages from them. 

By telling the Australian Ambassador what he thinks our policy should be and intimating that America is behind Australia, even if Trump isn’t, McCain undermines the President in a dangerous way. And thay might violate the Logan Act.

The Logan Act (1 Stat. 613, 18 U.S.C. § 953, enacted January 30, 1799 ) is a United States federal law that forbids unauthorized citizens from negotiating with foreign governments having a dispute with the U.S. It was intended to prevent the undermining of thegovernment’s position.

The subtly of what McCain has done might confuse lawyers and courts into saying he is technically not violated the letter of the law, but make no mistake there is nothing McCain holds on higher esteem than destroying a man who bested him and his friends and insulted him. All McCain wants is to destroy President Trump, even if that hurts the rest of us.

McCain should be recalled. Whether he is technically in violation of the letter of the Logan Act he has definitely violated the spirit of the Act. And for that reason he is guilty.