Was Meghan McCain’s display – all theater?
During her tenure at Fox, I doubted her authenticity since her Mother is a Democrat and her Father was a RINO. With all that influence – there was doubt in my mind. She came across much nicer during her gig at Fox.
Which is the real Meghan? Today, she touted herself as being tough but came across as hateful (toughies don’t cry) when eulogizing her father. When she worked at Fox she gave an impression she was not a Democrat. She then left Fox to work for The View and tended to pull as a sensible person because they didn’t need more hate – the View had those spots filled.
But, today, the worm turned and showed her true colors. Did she pull a “RINO” gig on us today? Her Dad would have been proud. But Daddy is gone now and she will have to pull her own weight.
Meghan McCain Rebukes Trump in Powerful Eulogy for Her Father
By MIHIR ZAVERI
September 1, 2018
Meghan McCain, John McCain’s daughter, delivered a powerful speech at her father’s funeral on Saturday, and in a reproach of President Trump, said the “America of John McCain has no need to be made great again because it was always great.”
Ms. McCain’s speech contrasted her father’s legacy with the “opportunistic appropriation” and “cheap rhetoric from men who will never come near the sacrifice he gave so willingly.”
“He was a fire that burned bright,” Ms. McCain said. “A few have resented that fire for the light it cast upon them, for the truth it revealed about their character, but my father never cared what they thought. And even that small number still have the opportunity, as long as they draw breath, to live up to the example of John McCain.”
During Ms. McCain’s speech, she struggled to hold back tears, but appeared to make good on what she said was her father’s desire for her to show the world her toughness in her eulogy.
Ms. McCain described how her father instilled that toughness in her — by making her get back on a horse that had bucked her off, causing her to break her collarbone.
But she also described a man who was sculpted by challenges in the Vietnam War and by the brain cancer that eventually took his life.
She said: “My father was a great man. He was a great warrior. He was a great American. I admired him for all of these things, but I love him because he was a great father.”
She said Mr. McCain was defined by love, especially a love for the country and even stronger love for his wife and children.
“The best of John McCain, the greatest of his titles and the most important of his roles, was as a father,” Ms. McCain said.
The writers who wrote this article referred to McCain as MS when she is married (MRS.)