John “Songbird” McCain has won our Moron of the Month Award for December, 2016 for calling for war with Russia over the fake news from Barack Hussein and the lapdog media who insist, without providing a shred of evidence, that Russia hacked our election.

The Democrats must find someone to blame for their landslide loss, and there is no target more convenient than Vladimir Putin and Russia.

John McCain is a disgrace to the United States. He was given the nickname “Songbird,” by his North Vietnamese captors for his willingness to tell them anything they wanted to hear about US military operations and for making propaganda recordings for them.

After the Vietnam War there was a list of 33 former POWs who were to be tried for treason. John McCain is reported to not only have been on the list, but at the very top of the list. Richard Nixon ultimately pardoned all POWs.

As reported by Daily Mail, Donald Trump continues to shower president Vladimir Putin with praise, Sen. John McCain is leading GOP criticism of Russia’s recent hacking.

The Arizona senator called Russia’s alleged cyber attack to influence the 2016 presidential election an ‘act of war’ on Friday.

‘When you attack a country, it’s an act of war,’ he said on Ukrainian TV after meeting with President Petro Poroshenko.

‘And so we have to make sure that there is a price to pay so that we can perhaps persuade Russians to stop this kind of attack on our very fundamentals of democracy.’

McCain, who serves as chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, also scheduled a hearing next week on foreign cyber threats that will focus on Russia, according to CNN.

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, NSA Director Mike Rogers and Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence Marcel Lettre are scheduled to testify.

McCain is also pushing for the creation of a Select Committee in Congress to investigate allegations that Russia hacked the US to help Trump win the election.

Both he and Republican Sen Lindsey Graham issued a join statement saying they intent to ‘lead the effort’ in Congress for stronger sanctions against Russia.

‘The retaliatory measures announced by the Obama Administration are long overdue,’ the statement began.