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John McCain Steals from Veteran’s Paychecks….You Won’t Believe Where He is Funneling the Money..

American soldiers are paying for the Afghan Special Immigration Visas program, which was made back in 2009, with decreases in their health care coverage and increases in their pharmacy co-pay. John McCain backed the amended Afghan Special Immigrant Visas.

This is McCain’s track record though and it shouldn’t be surprising at all. Veterans in Arizona, McCain’s home state, have protested outside his office. One protest was a demand for housing for homeless vets.

Operation Detain McCain was comprised mostly of US military veterans. They showed up at Senator McCain’s office on September 5th, 2015 and according to the website, to “demand that he be held accountable, arrested, tried and convicted for his shameful acts against the Veterans of the United States.” It is unclear what became of the effort.

Via Breitbart:

Of course Sen. McCain takes issue with this characterization, preferring to cast himself as a champion of veterans issues. Recently, he has heavily inserted himself into the investigations of the extreme failings of Veterans Affairs hospitals. Many perceive these recent actions as simple political theater, meant to save face after failing the veterans by not being a steward of their cause until the VA hospital scandal became a PR nightmare.

This newest war against the vets and in favor of Afghan immigrants is once again led by McCain.

NumbersUSA explained the wide range of taxpayer-funded programs the Afghanis are eligible to receive.

“Recipients are entitled to every benefit to which refugees are entitled, including travel loans, eight months of refugee cash and medical assistance, social services, up to five years of job training, job placement, and English classes,” along with employment authorization and a Social Security number.

The SSN allows them to claim Earned Income Tax Credits and Additional Child Tax Credits. Every child born on U.S. soil is automatically awarded U.S. citizenship, thanks to liberal Supreme Court Justice William Brennan’s 1982 footnote in Plyler v. Doe. They, in turn, can sponsor “relatives” to join them in the U.S., whether or not American communities prefer to have impoverished, tribal, devout Muslims resettled en-masse into their neighborhoods. This is thanks to the 51-year long chain migration tradition of giving migrants control over U.S. immigration policy, successfully advocated by Democratic Sen. Ted Kennedy and his Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965.