Joyanna Adams

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John McCain….Always Taking the Low Road

Nobody’s Opinion

So, how does the average Trump supporter like me feel about John McCain dying?
Not much. Come ON…let’s be honest. He was getting to be a real pain in the…

Even though the channels are all fawning and playing his PR prepared speech to make himself remembered as such a great man, a warrior, a KIND and gentle spirit. I didn’t see that.

What I saw was a man who was born into privilege and power, and who used that power until the very end.

Even though, through no fault of his own, he was shot down over Vietnam and tortured violently…clearly it left a lasting mean scar on his soul. Whenever John McCain tried to be a ‘nice’ guy, it was really hard to buy the act.

John was damaged by that experience as anybody would be. He came back and abandoned his wife who had stood by him, for another. He admitted that he “broke” under his torture and I have written before about how John McCain breaking under torture affected hundreds of Americans lives. He gave up…a lot of intelligence and info..but hey, he was a patriot!

Hero’s are the patriots who do NOT give away information. That…takes courage. And history is full of those men, who never got recognition for it.

But then again, they weren’t sons of famous admirals.

Of course, the brave John McCain forgave himself for that. And because he admitted his failure at what in his mind was a forgivable ‘weakness’ everyone else was supposed to love his honesty.

Politicians. What can you do?

All today everybody kept saying that John was “willing to work with the other side.” The other side being liberals.

Okay.

What did THAT do for Americans?

Joining with Nancy Pelosi on “Campaign Finance Reform” he made sure that corporations could control all political processes, have unlimited power to influence campaigns, and individual voices would be silenced. EVEN though they sold it as taking money out of politics.

It did the opposite.

John McCain made sure that the ‘dossier’ got into FBI hands so that President Trump could be brought down.

John McCain….hanging out with ISIS…in Syria.

And most of all, keeping Obama’s Obamacare alive and punishing the rest of the nation because he wanted to be remembered for the last “fuck you” to President Trump for saying he wasn’t a war hero.

Talk about narcissistic. He LOVED the power of being named, “The Maverick.”

In the end, his vicious attacks on the President was all about HIM. Making sure he had a big legacy. Making sure he was remembered and worshipped as a former President, even though he ran a pretty lame campaign against Obama.

Who, by the way, where WAS that “rebel” side when he ran against Obama? Without Sarah Palin, he would have lost with even a bigger margin.

In the end, his brain damage was right out there for everyone to see.

It wasn’t his fault that he was born the son of an admiral, but the damage he did to our country, in the end, was a LOT more than what he ever did for us.

Now, they will use John McCain as just another way to attack President Trump.

Bush and Obama will use his funeral to make a big hero out of a man who represents the globalists world view, which is what President Trump and the American people do NOT want.

Yes, funerals make great platforms for politicians to try to effect the next election.

So, to answer the question…hearts always go out to families that love their fathers, but as for the rest of us…John McCain dying?

Let’s hope it’s the beginning of the end of the establishment that we all hate.

I for one, am NOT going to miss him.

John McCain doesn’t want President Trump at his funeral. If he TRULY cared about America, he would have “taken the high road” right?

So, if he won’t take it, why should we?

I plan to ignore the whole thing.

 

August 26, 2018 - Posted by | Deaths, Deep State, Uncategorized |

1 Comment »

  1. Hopefully John McCain got to heaven a minute before the devil knew he was dead

    Like

    Comment by Yesido | August 27, 2018 | Reply


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