By Ray Starmann
At today’s lavish globalist get together, aka the John McCain funeral, the late Senator’s daughter went on an anti-Trump tirade that was a testament to establishment ideology and deep state speak.
After being bombarded hour after hour by the mainstream media, including sycophantic Fox News, about what a great guy the man nicknamed at the Naval Academy, ‘McNasty’ was, his daughter saw fit to express her hatred towards President Trump and everything he stands for, in what can only be described as conduct unbecoming.
Riding to the pulpit on her high horse, and with her eyes on some future spot in the Capitol building, Ms. McCain stated:
“We gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness — the real thing, not cheap rhetoric from men who will never come near the sacrifice he gave so willingly, nor the opportunistic appropriation of those who lived lives of comfort and privilege while he suffered and served,” she said, her voice first choking back tears then raising to anger.
Was John McCain great? He endured torture and conducted himself well as a POW during the Vietnam War. But, does one period of time encapsulate a man’s entire life?
John McCain’s conduct both personally and in the US Senate post-Vietnam War, lacked a lot of greatness and some would say was often reprehensible, like that time he cheated on his wife and mother of his children, who was suffering from stage 4 brain cancer and then divorced her to marry barely legal Cindy Lou Hensley, the heiress to a beer fortune. Don’t see any greatness there. Just some avarice and a whole lot of cruelty.
To spite Trump, he flew across the country and cast the deciding vote that destroyed any chances for affordable health care for 22 million desperate Americans, by keeping the train wreck Obamacare afloat. That is not the action of a great man. That is the conduct of a man who is vindictive, and who doesn’t give a damn about the nation he claims to serve.
And, how about the millions of silent men and women who have served this country, quietly, honorably and who drained deep the chalice of courage? They were and are great, and they conducted and conduct themselves with more decency, humanity and social aplomb then Senator McCain ever did.
Continuing with her rant, she accused the President of espousing ‘cheap rhetoric.’ Mr. Trump’s words are not cheap, nor are they rhetoric. Like a man called Reagan, he means what he says, and he does what he means. He’s got the economy going, when the funeral’s keynote speaker Barack Hussein Obama, once told Americans to accept 2% economic growth and breathe deeply as the poison called globalism destroyed the American worker. Mr. Trump wishes to protect the nation’s national sovereignty by constructing a wall on the Mexican border, while McCain, quoting from the George Soros playbook, stated in his farewell address that “we weaken it when we hide behind walls, rather than tear them down.”
Quite Orwellian isn’t it? Open borders equal national security. Opioids and MS-13 bring peace and harmony.
Ms. McCain then went on to bash President Trump for growing up in comfort and privilege. But, Senator McCain was born into Navy royalty. Both his father and grandfather were four star admirals. In fact, and what some consider to be a Navy cover up and directly his fault, aviator McCain’s showboating wet start on the USS Forrestal caused a Zuni rocket to launch on the deck of the aircraft carrier, causing a fire and explosions that killed 134 men.
Having a four-star dad sure gets you out of a court martial when you screw up. Comfort and privilege Meghan?
Later, she said to applause, “The America of John McCain has no need to be made great again because America was always great.”
The America of John McCain, Ms. Meghan, is the Democratic Party and they believe that America was never great. If you haven’t noticed, many conservatives, minus the toadies on Fox News, aren’t ardent supporters of your late father.
In another clear swipe at Trump, she said some resented her father for being “a great fire who burned bright” and what he revealed about their own characters. Those critics, she said, still have an opportunity to emulate her father’s legacy.
Ms. McCain’s father despised, and she and much of the Washington, DC establishment despises Mr. Trump for one reason and one reason only: he is a self made billionaire, who never worked a day in his life for anyone, while her father and his fellow globalist minions only received one kind of paycheck their entire lives, from the US Treasury.
That is the essence of Ms. McCain’s hate and many of those in this nation who despise the President. They are jealous of him and know deep down, that they don’t have the brains, nor the moxie to accomplish what he has and that includes winning the Presidency and restoring America to its former greatness, when it wasn’t on the auction slate to the highest globalist bidder.
Ms. McCain’s conduct today was unbecoming.
What else would you expect from the McNasty’s?