It's not even summer yet, and this election year is jumping the shark.
Sen. John McCain's (R-AZ) re-election campaign on Monday mocked his primary opponent for entertaining constituents' chemtrail conspiracy theories. But it turns out McCain last year forwarded to the Environmental Protection Agency a letter from a constituent concerned about chemtrails, and asked the EPA to respond.
In the April 2015 cover letter, McCain notified the EPA that a constituent had "encountered a problem."
"Because the situation is under your jurisdiction, I am respectfully referring this matter to you for consideration," the letter reads.
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