Michelle Malkin blasted deceased Sen. John McCain in an anti-immigration speech she gave Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
“And yes, I’m looking at you, the ghost of John McCain,” Michelle Malkin said to a standing ovation after blaming GOP party leadership, including former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, for not dealing with the immigration crisis.
“The most important issue we face is immigration and we need to be talking about it for more than one panel for 20 minutes,” Malkin charged from the CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference) stage. “My first CPAC in 2002 was to talk about my very first book Invasion which exposed how border failures and systemic non-enforcement of our visa program rules created the national security crisis that led to 9/11.”
Immigration was a defining issue in the 2016 election that saw the American people make Donald Trump President of the United States. Malkin hailed President Donald Trump “as he battles the Beltway swamp, the deep state, the administrative state, and the fake news fourth estate. But there is no sugarcoating America’s long-term forecast.”
Malkin’s Friday address went after members of both political parties and those who seek to “marginalize and criminalize mainstream conservatives, anti-jihad groups, and immigration hawks as “hate groups” and push us out of the public square” like Color of Change and the Southern Poverty Law Center. She also named, “Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, the Bush family, Mitt Romney and the ghost of John McCain.” More
WOW! Michelle Malkin is a real spitfire… God bless her. This was the best speech at CPAC so far! She had her sledgehammer of truth busting through all the lies and it was powerful!
It would be difficult to say it better than Michelle Malkin did because she doesn’t pull any punches.
— Joe Allen (@RangerJoe79) March 2, 2019