An associate of Senator John McCain took the Fifth Amendment in order to avoid testifying before the House Intelligence Committee.
The committee originally issued the subpoena for David Kramer, who is a former State Department official and senior director of the nonprofit Soros funded “McCain Institute.”
According to Committee Chairman Devin Nunes of California, he wanted to speak with Kramer about his visit to London back in November 2016.
The court documents show that, during that visit, he met with the author of the dossier, former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele, at McCain’s request, to view the pre-election memorandum on a confidential basis. Kramer traveled back to the United States and gave copies of the memo to McCain, who later handed the document to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and many people from the Democrat Party.
According to our source, Freedom Daily, in 2008, presidential candidate John McCain proposed a health-care reform that was a giant step toward “laissez faire liberty” in heath care. In 2015, he joined all but one GOP senator in voting to repeal Obamacare. The next year he ran an ad in his primary campaign against a Tea Party Republican claiming he was leading the fight to stop Obamacare. That ad helped him win 51 percent of the primary vote.
Last Friday, McCain faced a choice on the Senate floor. He could vote all but two of his GOP colleagues for a “skinny repeal” bill and get to a conference committee, where negotiations from the House and Senate could devise a bill that might pass both chambers. Or maybe he could leave Obamacare, dooming any realistic effort at curbing it, given the uniform Democratic opposition to any real reform.
McCain stated that the reason for killing the reform was that the bill in front of him “fell short of our promise to repeal and replace Obamacare with meaningful reform.
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