Mar 02

Malkin Names Names at CPAC, Including the “Ghost of John McCain”

On Friday, Michelle Malkin delivered a no-holds-barred speech on immigration at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington.

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Branding both illegal and legal immigration as “invasions,” Malkin blamed not just Democrats but many of her fellow Republicans as well.

“Both parties are to blame,” she thundered. “And yes, I’m looking at you, retired Paul Ryan, and yes, I’m looking at you, Mitch McConnell!” She then brought the assembly to their feet when she gestured to the ceiling and added, “And yes, I’m looking at you, the ghost of John McCain!”

Malkin concluded her speech with a direct assault on that most tired, erroneous, and establishmentarian of shibboleths: diversity.

“Diversity is not our strength!  Diversity is not our strength. Unity is.”

For more, see USA Today.

Listen to the entirety of  Malkin’s speech.


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1 comment

    • Gary on March 3, 2019 at 12:59 pm

    Michelle Malkin is so spot on in bringing the inconvenient truth to light. Especially focusing on never-Trumpers and the GOP Establishment cabal like she did. For example, McCain, who the Left loves, destroyed any chance of bringing down Obamacare and replacing it with a superior healthcare system. Now look at where we are…welcome to “Medicare-for-All.” I hope you’re all satisfied with this result who thought McCain was such a wonderful Republican, after changing stripes as a Democrat in order to get elected. He should have remained a Democrat, at least then we would know his true intentions…not false pretenses.
    Michelle Malkin should head up the Republican Party, being the true Conservative she is, and bring some “unity” back. Get rid of the Rinos and Establishment and do some cleansing before the Trump supporters start their own party…which may nor be a such a bad idea at that!
    Malkin is one of the few that is not afraid to call a spade a spade. God bless her!

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