John McCain’s Funeral Converted to a Career Politician Opportunity to bash Trump

John McCain’s funeral turned into a political event where career politicians did nothing but used the opportunity to bash Trump. The hatred these people are spinning in the country is going to lead to bloodshed. They are convinced that if they can just keep talking shit about Trump they will get rid of him and restore the system to career politicians only who promise change with every election and then change nothing. It is really becoming so blatant that they hate any outsider who will interfere in their private fiefdom. They could care less about the people and have no problem raising taxes and lowering benefits as they line their pockets from both sides. They simply assume if you keep telling the same lie always, then it will become fact.

I was totally shocked to read the new Economist Magazine where they wrote that McCain was an “outspoken defender[] of free trade, workable immigration reform, balanced budgets and the rule of law against the ravages of President Donald Trump.” id/pg 28; Sept 1-7th 2018 edition. Trump has offered to eliminate all tariffs if everyone else will and cut such a deal as he did with Mexico. He has moved to address the freeze of all government wages which most object to and his deficit is an issue while Obama’s deficits were never mentioned by anyone. Then the Supreme Court upheld Trump on immigration because that is precisely the power of the president. I just cannot fathom how what is being reported is just outright FALSE!!!! 

When the Economist Magazine writes this garbage, I really feel that all the news is becoming just propaganda to mislead the public for some hidden agenda. I do not understand how you can claim that Trump is engaged in ravaging the rule of law regardless of your political position left or right. Even bashing Trump for sleeping with a Porn Star years before when Clinton was getting oral sex from a 21-year-old intern in the White House. Mark Twain’s view was that voting for career politicians never made a difference or else they would not let us vote. It seems he hit the nail on the head for they are really very angry that Trump was elected and they are afraid of real change. This seems to me the real conspiracy with the Press joining the corruption like CNN to try so desperately to reverse history and keep the career politicians in place and the money flowing to feed the corruption machine.

McCain had even publicly stated that the political system has declined, but he has done much to ensure it will decline further encouraging an all-out war on Trump and refusing to ever respect that the people voted for Trump because they were fed up with career politicians. Trump is no saint but McCain was no saint either. Mark Twain was correct – they are all just corrupt. McCain even advocated ravaging the rule of law using the IRS to ruin adversaries and that is outright illegal.

I have never been an admirer of John McCain and have seen his past as one giant cover-up to create a fake image of a man who simply had the privilege of a high ranking grandfather to escape responsibility for his actions. Nevertheless, I found it personally offensive that such a funeral was turned into a political event that is constantly trying to reestablish the elite ruling class of career politicians and refuse to respect any democratic process or that Trump is there not for personal qualities, but he was seen as the lesser of the evils compared to them.

This view that I have encountered ever since Trump was elected was that the people are “stupid” and this is just a fluke that they think they can reverse the election with the help of the press like CNN to constantly talk negatively to undermine the nation and people. They have refused to admit that their mismanagement of the country has led us down a path of absolute insanity. The press is just acting no different than Pravda did in the Soviet Union. It is all about conditioning people to accept career politicians running your life into the ground and destroying the future of your children like Hillary handing banks the prize that students cannot go bankrupt on worthless degrees. Even Forbes reported that the majority of degrees are worthless and students cannot find jobs with their degree and cannot afford a house because of student loans.

My OPINION of John McCain has been shaped by his track record. It was John McCain who sponsored the Magnitsky Act to cover-up the attempt to manipulate the Russian elections in 2000. Many called him a war hero simply because he was captured. McCain is alleged by other POW’s to have been given the nickname “songbird”, for he would tell the Vietnamese whatever they wanted not to be tortured. He was always in favor of war. He endlessly argued for the war in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, and wanted to invade Ukraine against Russia. He wanted to bomb Iran. Hell, if he could report there were terrorists in Canada he would have supported an invasion there too. It seemed like he was just angry at the world for being broken and turned into someone who read messages on the radio for the Vietnamese. There have been plenty of people who viewed him as a war criminal or a traitor. That has been a debate that is endless.

Meghan McCain in her eulogy for her late father, John McCain, used the event to attack President Donald Trump. She said “John Sidney McCain III was many things. He was a sailor, he was an aviator, he was a husband, he was a warrior, he was a prisoner, he was a hero, he was a congressman, he was a senator, he was a nominee for president of the United States.” She continued, “These are all the titles and roles of a life that has been well lived, they are not the greatest of his titles nor the most important of his roles. He was a great man. 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 live lives of comfort and privilege while he suffered and served.”

John McCain killed many sailors but his grandfather was a Four Star Admiral so he was transferred and escaped changes because he was PRIVILEGEDMcCain IncidentJohn McCain, when a Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Navy as a Navy pilot, played a hog-dog maneuver on July 29, 1967, that killed 134 sailors. McCain while on the deck of the carrier U.S.S. Forrestal, pulled a trick by doing a “wet start” up of his jet to show off. This created a large startling flame and sudden shocking noise from the rear of a jet engine. He also seems to have apparently armed a weapon that resulted in launching a powerful Zuni rocket across the carrier’s deck hitting other parked planes. The subsequent massive explosions, fire, and destruction went several decks below and nearly sunk this U.S. aircraft carrier. This stunt resulted in the deaths of 134 sailors and seriously injured another 161 sailors blinding some. They do not see John McCain as a hero by any manipulation of the past.

Any other Navy pilot causing this type of death and destruction on his own ship would have been grounded and charged and sent to prison for decades. Not McCain. For you see, his grandfather was a famous Four Star Admiral and his father was at the time a Navy Four Star Admiral. McCain was simply transferred and everything was covered-up. What is alleged to have happened thereafter is on that mission in Vietnam, McCain was so disliked by other pilots for what he did and his privileged status, they deliberately left him out to get shot down pulling away to leave him flying alone as an easy target. That is the real alleged story of his capture.

Wikipedia, not a reliable source to say the least for it is manipulated by government, says: 

“During the Vietnam War, he was almost killed in the 1967 USS Forrestal fire. In October 1967, while on a bombing mission over Hanoi, he was shot down, seriously injured, and captured by the North Vietnamese. He was a prisoner of war until 1973. McCain experienced episodes of torture and refused an out-of-sequence early repatriation offer. His war wounds have left him with lifelong physical limitations.”

John McCain admitted he confessed as a POW. Back in 1973, John McCain testified before a congressional panel about his time in captivity. He said he was denied medical care, beaten and placed in isolation. Curious, they say a liar who tells his story so many times, he forgets what he said before. In John McCain’s bestselling autobiography, Faith of My Fathers, published in 1999 when McCain had his eye on the presidency, he states plainly that he felt bad throughout his captivity because he knew he was being treated more leniently than his fellow POWs, owing to his high-ranking father and thus his propaganda value.

Other POWs at the same camp Hoa Lo have bluntly stated that the Vietnamese considered him a prize catch. They even called him the “Crown Prince,” which McCain acknowledges in the book. That is not consistent with being tortured. It would only make sense where there was a threat of being tortured and he did whatever they asked as long as they DID NOT torture him. John McCain said he reached his breaking point and wrote a confession for war crimes, according to an official transcript:

 

They wanted a statement saying that I as sorry for the crimes that I had committed against North Vietnamese people and that I was grateful for the treatment that I had received from them. This was the paradox — so many guys were so mistreated to get them to say they were grateful. But this is the Communist way.
I held out for four days. Finally, I reached the lowest point of my 5  1/2 years in North Vietnam. I was at the point of suicide because I saw that I was reaching the end of my rope.
I said, O.K. I’ll write for them.
They took me up into one of the interrogation rooms, and for the next 12 hours we wrote and rewrote. The North Vietnamese interrogator, who was pretty stupid, wrote the final confession, and I signed it. It was in their language, and spoke about black crimes and other generalities. It was unacceptable to them. But I felt just terrible about it. I kept saying to myself “Oh, God, I really didn’t have a choice.” I had learned what we all learned over there.” Every man has his breaking point. I had reached mine.

Senator McCain appeared on 60 minutes and told Mike Wallace during an interview originally broadcast on October 12th, 1997 and then it was re-broadcast again on June 6th, 1999, that under threat of torture, he publicly issued a “confession” stating he was wrong for fighting for America. Yet McCain did challenge Cheney on the torture going on at Guantanamo Bay saying Waterboarding was torture. For that I respected him. The transcript of the 60 Minutes interview from 1997 shows that McCain stated:

“I was guilty of war crimes against the Vietnamese people” and “I intentionally bombed women and children,” which was the confession his North Vietnamese captors had him read. Some have claimed that McCain admitted being a war criminal. Those were words he was handed to read and it would not be fair to claim he admitted to being a war criminal in that context.

WALLACE: (Voiceover) People who know McCain well say he can hold a grudge. He also has a legendary temper. But if McCain can be hard on his friends and even harder on his enemies, he can also be very hard on himself.

Sen. McCAIN: I made serious, serious mistakes and did things wrong when I was in prison, OK?

WALLACE: What did you do wrong in prison?

Sen. McCAIN: I wrote a confession. I was guilty of war crimes against the Vietnamese people. I intentionally bombed women and children.

WALLACE: And you did it because you were being tortured and you’d reached the end of the line?

Sen. McCAIN: Yes. But I should have gone further. I should have — I never believed that I would — that I would break, and I did.

 

 

There is plenty of controversy over McCain being portrayed as a hero. John McCain has done his best to keep POW information secret. In 1989, legislation began in the House of Representatives known as Truth Bill 1989 which would have compelled the complete transparency regarding all POWs and missing men from Vietnam. It included: “[The] head of each department or agency which holds or receives any records and information, including live-sighting reports, which have been correlated or possibly correlated to United States personnel listed as prisoner of war or missing in action from World War II, the Korean conflict and the Vietnam conflict, shall make available to the public all such records held or received by that department or agency.” John McCain opposed this bill with the Pentagon. He created his own legislation that restricted the number of documents to be released on POWs, which became known as the McCain Bill. This is what became law in 1991. It destroyed any access to the truth.

Later, John McCain stuck his fingers in the Missing Service Personnel Act, which had been revised in 1995 by families demanding to know what happened to their missing family members who were POWs. The Act stated: “Any government official who knowingly and willfully withholds from the file of a missing person any information relating to the disappearance or whereabouts and status of a missing person shall be fined as provided in Title 18 or imprisoned not more than one year or both.” A year later, in a closed House-Senate conference on an unrelated military bill, John McCain, attached an amendment to the act that eliminated any such enforcement removing all criminal penalties while deliberately reducing the obligations of commanders to report on their men who were POWs or missing to the Pentagon.

It was McCain who blocked the families from knowing what happened to their missing loved ones. Many see this as Congress aiding McCain to hide his past all to maintain this privileged position of a war hero. Meanwhile, I do not believe that anyone has ever seen the full transcript of what John McCain said for the Vietnamese. The Pentagon has a copy of the confession but refuses to release it thanks to John McCain’s legislation that was self-serving. Pentagon Refuses to Release John McCain Confession

There were 173 men left behind. According to sources, they were simply executed by the Vietnamese when they were no longer a bargaining chip. There are other POWs who have come out opposing John McCain. Naturally, nobody is given credibility against McCain by the press or Congress.

The Career politicians have simply used McCain’s funeral to attack Trump in a desperate move to regain control of Washington and the entire press has joined in the effort to try to influence the upcoming elections. John McCain has even publicly said that he should have asked Senate colleague Joseph Lieberman to run as his Vice President even though he was a Democrat. This showed that the party really did not matter. Career politicians are a secret club – a brotherhood behind the curtain. McCain voted for Hillary – not Trump. This is why they turned his funeral into a bashing event for Trump because he is not a member of the club.

When you really pull back the curtain, it is really disgusting. It reflects why we are going to hell in a hand-basket as they say. This is never about doing the right thing. It is just about maintaining the status quo.