Ragin John McCain’s Regime Change NGO Kicked Out of Russia

by Scott Creighton

This is fun.

John McCain has been running a regime change NGO in Russia for some time now and it’s finally been officially told to pack it’s bags and get the hell out of Moscow.

The Russian Justice Ministry has put the International Republican Institute (IRI) chaired by US Senator John McCain and Media Development Investment Fund on the list of foreign and international nongovernmental organizations whose activity is recognized undesirable in Russia. ITAR Tass News Agency

You might recall Ragin John getting all “buddy buddy” with neo-Nazis in Ukraine prior to and during that color revolution.

Ten pictures that show Ukraine's protests are filled with toxic Neo-Nazi groups

Mr. Nazi’s political affiliations are pretty remarkable. Some of you might recall his close relationship with various Vietnamese businesses around the same time he was blocking efforts by Vietnam war vets to get the POWs returned from that hell hole.

His NGO being banned from Russia also puts him in pretty rare company.

“The Prosecutor General’s Office earlier said five foreign organizations were undesirable in Russia. The NGOs, which have been included in the list of the Justice Ministry, are the National Endowment for Democracy, the OSI Assistance Foundation, the Open Society Foundation, the U.S. Russia Foundation for Economic Advancement and the Rule of Law and the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs.” ITAR Tass

We can expect John to go “Full McCarthy” after this development, I promise you that. That should put him right in line with Killary.

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