By: Red Pill | 05-05-2018 | News
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Report: McCain Associates Say President Trump Won't Be Invited to Songbird’s Funeral

There's an interesting scoop floating around the inner circles of the establishment GOP in Washington, DC - which seems to suggest that Senator John McCain (R-AZ) is not only near the end of his life - but that he doesn't want President Trump to be invited to his funeral.

The report first surfaced from alleged confidants of the incredibly unpopular 81-year-old John McCain, who alleged to the New York Times that there are already plans being derived for “Songbird” John McCain’s funeral.

As per the initial discussion, it was alleged that Vice President Mike Pence would be formally invited to attend the senior Senator's family funeral, although President Trump, who has knowingly held a history of bad blood with McCain, isn't going to be invited.

McCain has done everything he can during Trump's Presidency to not only undermine his authority but prevent him from accomplishing major changes that would benefit everyday Americans, a tactic that has roughly 3/4th’s of the nation viewing McCain as a hateful, vindictive, and despicable man.

Liberals, of course, attempt to hail McCain as some type of unsung hero, simply because he resists the “Make America Great Again” agenda that the President has put forth in his “America First” restoration plan.

What's similarly amusing is the fact that Democrats from the “Resist” faction of the party, alongside the radicals of Black Lives Matter (BLM), and even Antifa; give praise to McCain when his family has a history of both racism and bigotry.

As <a href=""> The Goldwater reported </a>last summer, John McCain’s great-great-grandfather is actually a Confederate soldier who chose to serve under the first-ever Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), Lieutenant General Nathan Bedford Forrest.

It's the hypocrisy that movements such as BLM suggest that McCain is honorable for refusing to assist President Trump with his policy and agenda when the very origins of the BLM movement claim to stand against alleged racism.

Still, despite President Trump loving all people, of every ethnicity, innuendo, or creed; those Democratic Party organizations wrongfully accuse the Administration’s membership of perpetuating such atrocities.

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Simultaneously, the ignore the well-documented racism of the likes of the Democratic Party, who themselves founded the KKK, as well as that of John McCain, who is on film calling Asian reporters racial slurs as well as attacking female journalists based upon their sex.

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Essentially, far-left organizations intentionally ignore the real and legitimate bigotry from their own party and point fingers at the President who has done nothing except assist minority communities throughout his tenure, even boasting the lowest-in-history unemployment rates for African-Americans and Latinos.

McCain has helped to further divide the country with his rhetoric and opposition to President Trump, and in doing so lost the support from even the standard-Conservatives of America who once also viewed John McCain as being a hero.

As more evidence has been uncovered of the treatment of John McCain whilst serving in Vietnam as being exponentially better than that of his fellow men who served beside him, he's even lost support among Veterans of the Armed Forces.

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One could even critique the fact that for decades John McCain sat on the Armed Services Committee, and to this day there are still roughly 40,000 homeless Veterans in our nation sleeping on the streets.

More concerning would be the fact that for years it was considered “off-limits” to criticize John McCain based solely upon his military service, an atrocity in and of itself.

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While we automatically give thanks to the men and women who serve bravely in our Armed Forces, and stand tall to honor them; then-Candidate Donald Trump changed that perception of ignorance of one's actions based upon their service alone during the 2016 election l for President, where he repeatedly blasted John McCain on the campaign trail.

This is a hot topic of debate even among Trump supporters. Those like myself believe that President Trump was right in his criticisms and that any public figure should be open to criticism without any protections.

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Trump isn't alone in his critique, with Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) also having criticized McCain in agreement with Trump saying that “Were lucky McCain is not in charge.”

Others believe that attacking those like McCain should be off limits, which while I respect their opinion, I firmly disagree with it.

One could go a step further and say that because of then-Candidate Donald Trump remaining true to the people and defying political correctness with his honesty, that this is what first caused the spat between McCain and Trump that's evolved into an unmentioned hatred behind closed doors.

McCain holds contempt for President Trump for exposing him for what he is, when had Trump not ran for office it would likely still be considered taboo to critique John McCain.

Let's just be honest here. Donald Trump is blunt, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. It's partially why we elected him.

John McCain is a nasty, vindictive, and spiteful man who can't seem to get over the fact that he's not untouchable in terms of criticism and that he lost his bids for the Presidency.

The truth is, there are numerous stories about John McCain including from some who served with him, who suggested that his broadcast to the world, where he allegedly “gave in” to his torturers cost numerous Americans to lose their lives in Vietnam as a result of giving the enemy American positions.

McCain’s father, John Jr., and grandfather, John Sr., were both full Admirals that served honorably and climbed rank to achieve their positions.

In fact the Naval Destroyer the USS John S. McCain is actually named after both of them for their service.

John McCain Jr., from 1968 to 1972, was the Commander-in-Chief of U.S. Pacific Command, and this was during the same time that his own son, John McCain, was held captive in Hanoi.

During that time, Admiral McCain was not only in charge of every US force in the Pacific region, including those fighting in Vietnam, but many have long-since that his son John McCain was given special treatment as a result.

Quite frankly, the pictures of other POWs had been appearing to look as if they've been starved, ribcages exposed, through malnourishment or even having been beaten in horrifying atrocities, will bring a tear to your eyes.

<a href="">BBC News </a>interviewed a Vietnamese captor in 2008 who said that John McCain was in his clutches during the war and that McCain was never tortured.

Tran Trong Duyet said to BBC, “But I can confirm to you that we never tortured him. We never tortured any prisoners."

Whether or not that's true is up for debate.

There's also heavy debate about the authenticity of some of the alleged photographs, and because accuracy no doubt matters were embedding a thread from Reddit which has alleged photographs in comparison for you to decide.

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To be even fairer, I've posted the below Twitter poll that will last one day from the time of this article being posted to take opinions from the readers.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">I want your honest opinions, political correctness not necessary.<br><br>John McCain hates Trump. Zero doubt. <br><br>Is John McCain a hero?<br><br>Is John McCain a traitor?<br><br>Is John McCain just spiteful, but still a hero?<br><br>Is John McCain both spiteful and a traitor?<a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#QAnon</a> <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#GreatAwakening</a> <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#McCain</a></p>&mdash; Courtney T. ♠️♦️♣️♥️ (@IWillRedPillU) <a href="">May 5, 2018</a></blockquote>

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In my eyes, those men put it all on the line for America, <i>many of whom were forced to serve</i>, and still didn't give in to the demands of their torturers. Many even died during the abuse.

Even worse is how Vietnam Veterans were treated upon their return. I absolutely understand that this issue involving McCain and Vietnam is an offensive topic to some, but to avoid generalization I'm reporting what's already alleged about the events.

May God of mercy on those brave men's souls who didn't survive Vietnam, or those who returned and have passed away since. They served their nation with honor and dignity, and they've forever a place in our hearts as heroes.

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Taking a look at chubby-faced McCain in his “captivity,” from the historic photos which have circulated of McCain receiving hospital treatment, however, well… a picture is worth a thousand words.

There's heavy debate as to whether McCain is, in fact, a “hero,” and that's for you as a unique individual to decide based upon examining the evidence and allegations made against him.

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I won't critique anyone who serves and thank them for their service because they <i>did, in fact, serve,</i> but other men that were in those camps have. They have a right to have their stories heard as well.

In McCain’s own account of the events, after he was captured as a POW he claims he was taken to the infamous Hanoi Hilton prison camp, where he would endure alleged harsh interrogation tactics.

After three to four days of the alleged torture, McCain himself claims that he told his captors, “I’ll give you military information if you will take me to the hospital.”

This is a tough subject to discuss for many, with some siding with McCain saying that anyone in his position would do the same. Others argue that a soldier with loyalty would rather die than give up American lives.

Regardless, <i>McCain did speak and give information to the Vietnamese opposition</i>, and it did cost lives of Americans.

In a recent memoir, McCain has still remained bitter at Trump, critiquing the President of the United States of America even on his deathbed.

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Remember, it's McCain who has historically tried to undermine the President during this first term in office.

Obamacare would likely have been repealed had John McCain not voted against the repeal.

The full repeal literally lost by just McCain’s vote, which many have alleged McCain spoke and said, “Let's see you ‘Make America Great’ now, Donald,” just after he voted against the repeal.

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It's safe to say that no matter what their publicists say to the general public that the people of this country see through the semantics, and understand that both Donald Trump and John McCain despise each other.

So is the report true in terms of McCain not inviting President Trump to his funeral? We're unsure, but it seems very possible.

McCain, when he passes, will be remembered as a Senator from Arizona who lost the Presidency, a POW in Vietnam, and likely as a man who did whatever he could in his final years to shut down President Trump.

I'm unsure as to why McCain hated him so much, but he definitely seemed to hold contempt in his cold heart.

After years of speaking out against Obamacare, the cost the potential repeal to be flushed down the toilet because of that hatred.

He's on his last leg for certain, according to recent reports, and it looks as if when he goes that an era of neoconservative warmongering will also go with him.

His activities and promotion of “moderate rebels,” who later turned out to be Islamic State fighters, also should be heavily criticized.

The Obama and McCain backed interventionist policies in Syria are one that has caused fractures even today in the Trump base, with many simply being fed up with foreign wars altogether.

When McCain leaves the Earth, that era likely vanishes too. Trump voters have rebuilt the ideals of the Republican Party, and are in the process of voting out the “swamp” which long-since pushed the policies of McCain.

The new face of the GOP is much different, it's the Party of Trump. Popular candidates now support the agenda of the President, and it's changing the Republican Party in a way that prior to the Trump Presidency was a pipe dream.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Going home to Arizona to be with my family - will be back on <a href="">@TheView</a> Tuesday. Thank you all again for your prayers, patience, understanding and compassion during this time. It means the world to me and my entire family. 🇺🇸🌵</p>&mdash; Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) <a href="">May 4, 2018</a></blockquote>

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With Meghan McCain, John McCain’s daughter, saying he's going home to Arizona to be with her dad, it would appear as if his suffering on Earth is almost over.

Whether McCain allows Trump to attend his funeral or not, will remain to be seen, but we can only hope he finds the peace in death that he clearly didn't find in life and let go of the animosity in which he's allowed to circumvent prosperity for our nation when he finally exists this plane of existence.

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Anonymous No. 25164 2018-05-05 : 21:20

If the funeral will only consist of McCains friends, they can hold it in a phone booth.

Carsrus No. 25165 2018-05-05 : 21:59

McCain is a treacherous TRAITOR and spiteful vile sob bastard . He threw out his first wife upon returning from NAM because she was seriously injured and disfigured in an auto accident while HE WAS SONGBIRD ! Married a RICH blond Bimbo- after leaving her . 50,000 Vietnam Vets will SHOW UP AND CHANT TRAITOR outside the Capitol building if they DARE ATTEMPT TO LIE HIS TRAITOUROUS DEAD BODY IN THE CAPITOL ! This evil Satan will descend into HELL AS SOON AS HE CROAKS, and burn forevermore !

Anonymous No. 25171 2018-05-05 : 22:45

I won't be attending either. But I am sure a lot of LIBERALS & SOCIALISTS will be there for one their own … that tried to screw over America. Like Sen linsey G.

Anonymous No. 25177 2018-05-06 : 01:05

THE POLLOCK TWINS PROVE GOD IS REAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Anonymous No. 25190 2018-05-06 : 03:35

I am sure Trump is devastated by this news.

Anonymous No. 25191 2018-05-06 : 03:35

I'll shit n piss on this faggot ass traitors grave and hate fuck his daughter and sodomize her.

Tonebalone No. 25196 2018-05-06 : 03:50

I am retired Navy. John McCain's record as a Naval Aviator is well known. As a student pilot, he crashed two training planes. That is two more than other pilot trainees are allowed to crash. It is suspected that this was because his dad was an Admiral in the Navy. Later in his sorry career, he performed a "wet start" on the flight deck of USS Forrestal, which ignited a Zuni rocket on the plane behind him, resulting in a mass conflagration which killed 134 sailors. Fortunately for humanity, he was shot down over N. Viet Nam. This was also a result of his shitty piloting skills. He managed to parlay his fucked up record into a middling political career. In my opinion, it is not a snub to not be invited to this sap sucking shit-turd's funeral.

Anonymous No. 25198 2018-05-06 : 04:00

Thanks for the insight, Tonebalone. What is the general consensus towards Songbird Mccain within the ranks of the Navy?

Anonymous No. 25203 2018-05-06 : 05:06

I think my viewpoint is shared widely in the Naval Aviation community. Of course, it is probably wise to await Johnny Neptune's opinion. At least he can spell and grammar check my reply.

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Anonymous No. 25277 2018-05-07 : 02:12

Does anyone really give a shit about this traitor, since he turned his back on the GOP?

Joe No. 25383 2018-05-08 : 02:12

Reaping what youve been sowing huh traitor? Thats a good pic of that evil backstabbing liar!

Anonymous No. 25453 2018-05-08 : 15:50

After listening to his Tokyo Rose type radio speech, I come to a bigger question.

Given that the Intel agencies recorded and knew he was a TRAITOR. Why was he allowed to have a honorable discharge and gain access to the highest levels of US Government?

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