John McCain stabbed Donald Trump in the back with his vote to kill any chances to repeal Obamacare.

Since that betrayal, Trump has repeatedly taken shots at McCain.

Now in a surprise move, Trump got revenge on McCain in the best way possible.

In 2012, the Supreme Court upheld Obamacare Chief Justice John Roberts claim that the law’s individual mandate passed muster because it was a tax and not a penalty.

Roberts invented this ruling out of thin air.

Obama himself had repeatedly stated the mandate was a penalty.

Roberts caved to pressure exerted by the media and Obama and provided the decisive vote in a 5-4 decision in upholding Obamacare.

But Jeff Sessions just struck back and may have delivered the final nail in Obamacare’s coffin.

The 2017 GOP tax cut bill repealed Obamacare’s individual mandate.

19 states have filed a lawsuit claiming the Obamacare mandate was unconstitutional.

And Sessions directed the Justice Department to no longer defend the law in court.

The Justice Department is arguing that the regulations under Obamacare – which mandate what type of health insurance you must have and the benefits the insurance plans must provide – are part of an unconstitutional scheme.

The legal argument is that since the mandate was repealed as part of the tax law, it no longer serves a revenue purpose.

Since the mandate is no longer a tax, the regulations tied to the mandate are unconstitutional.

The Trump administration has done everything in its power to gut Obamacare.

In addition to repealing the mandate, Trump signed executive orders allowing cheaper health plans to be sold across state lines.

Now the administration is refusing to defend Obamacare in court.

And while the left may howl, the Obama administration set this precedent.

The Obama Justice Department refused to defend the Defense of Marriage Act in court to placate the radical homosexual voting bloc of the Democrat Party base.

When McCain delivered his famous “thumbs down” vote last summer, pundits predicted Obamacare was here to stay.

But Trump never gave up on ridding America of the Obamacare disaster.

Trump pressed ahead and signed the tax cut bill into law that repealed the individual mandate.

The President would also state at every rally that there were executive actions he could take to eradicate Obamacare.

Sessions surprise announcement that the administration would no longer defend the law made good on Trump’s promise.

And McCain’s vote may have even given Trump a cleaner shot to kill Obamacare once and for all by bypassing Congress – where Republicans like McCain clearly lied about their promises to repeal Obamacare – and instead use the legal tools at the administration’s disposal to wipe Obamacare off the books.

The legislation Trump supported – that McCain voted against – gutted, but did not eliminate, the Obamacare regulations.

That’s why it was labeled a “skinny” repeal.

But this court case could wipe it off the books entirely.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.