Lawmaker anger builds after White House aide allegedly mocks ‘dying’ McCain.
Just cool your heals. McCain seems to be in a position to be able to make statements every day – so why can’t people submit their replies. He must not be too close to dying with the statements on who can attend his funeral.
I know that Megan loves her Dad as any person would; but, she has to understand that her Dad is not on the right side of history.
John McCain has always voted and collaborated with the Democratic Party/Hillary Clinton and delivered the dossier to the FBI and was part of this plot to over throw the government. That is unforgivable. He was a traitor to the American people who voted for the President.
Is he playing “dead” since the heat is getting hot in the kitchen and he was part of Obama/Hillary’s over throwing the government?
Air Force General NUKES McCain
05/10/2018 Source: AAN by: AAN
Thomas McInerney, a retired Air Force General and military analyst, offered a controversial defense of enhanced interrogation techniques on Fox Business Network.
Fox Business Network host Charles Payne asked McInerney, a former Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force, for his take on McCain’s opposition to Gina Haspel, Trump’s nominee for CIA Director.
McCain said on Wednesday, after Haspel’s hearing with the Senate Intelligence Committee, that “her role in overseeing the use of torture is disturbing,” adding “her refusal to acknowledge torture’s immorality is disqualifying.”
(Sorry, if McCain is on his death bed – he sure has a lot of opinions.)
“Should they be evaluating this nominee on her feelings, or based strictly on the facts and her commitment not to use it anymore because it’s no longer legal for us?” Payne asked McInerney on FBN.
“Well she can’t use it anymore because we have determined in Congress that it’s not legal,” McInerney said. “The fact is John McCain — it worked on John. That’s why they call him ‘Songbird John.’ The fact is those methods can work, and they are effective, as former Vice President Cheney said. And if we have to use them to save a million American lives, we will do whatever we have to.”
McCain spent five years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam after his plane was shot down during combat.
(Yeah and some of those prisoners did not come back and a lot of others came back – so McCain is not the only one.)