Vietnam Veterans Speak Out About John ‘Songbird’ McCain (Video)

Vietnam Veterans Speak Out About John ‘Songbird’ McCain (Video)

John ‘songbird’ McCain, the so called ‘war hero’ not only buried information about POWs left behind in Vietnam, he lied about what happened to him. The group ‘Vietnam Veterans Against McCain’ speaks openly about McCain’s so called heroism as a POW in the Vietnam conflict.

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This video was making waves during the time that McCain was a presidential candidate in 2008 and is even more relevant today to combat the negative onslaught against President Donald Trump.

Main stream media works hard to hide the truth about McCain, but American veterans reveal what really happened.

 McCain, who has risen to political prominence on his image as a Vietnam POW war hero, has worked very hard with the help of the government to hide the shocking information about American prisoners in Vietnam who did not return home.

McCain’s facade is one of a crusader for the interests of POWs and their families, but in reality, he is a fraud whose worked very hard to hide evidence and conceal records that would reveal the truth.

To this day, McCain doesn’t talk about the missing men, and the press never asks him about them, but the Vietnam vets continue to speak out about the truth.

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