Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) may have died last summer, but his legacy of belligerence is far from dead as his progeny, Meghan, recently ran her mouth on ABC’s “The View” to blast Julian Assange for exposing war crimes cheered on by her father.
“The politics of this have always been completely hypocritical on both sides,” McCain said during a heated debate on the TV show today.
She believes that Democrats should have pushed for Assange to be apprehended during the Obama administration so more acts of war sanctioned by her father and his colleagues could be hidden from the public.
“This is something that a lot of people who have put national security first — I put myself in that category — have been warning about and warning about and warning about,” McCain said. “And the only time the Democrats started caring is when it started affecting them politically and Hillary Clinton’s emails were released.”
Sunny Hostin, Senior Legal Correspondent and Analyst for ABC News, put McCain in her place, explaining the importance of independent journalism in a free society.
“I think that if you have a problem with Julian Assange and what he released in terms of national security, then you need to have a problem with the Pentagon Papers, you need to have a problem with the Panama Papers, you need to have a problem with the Iraq and Afghanistan war logs being released,” Hostin, who used to work as a CNN legal analyst, said.
“Our Constitution does protect Julian Assange,” Hostin declared.
“I think what you said was just straight propaganda, just so we’re clear,” McCain said.
“Well, if the law is propaganda, then I’m sorry,” Hostin retorted.
This is when Meghan demonstrated anger reminiscent of her volatile father, who once used a vile slur to denigrate his beloved wife in front of a gaggle of reports after losing his temper. She proclaimed that she hopes Assange “rots in hell!”
Meghan is one of the largest ‘Never Trumpers’ in the conservative movement. Although she is not really a conservative, she gets to masquerade as one publicly due to nepotism. Her family has used nepotism for its advantage for many generations.
“If Trump wasn’t president, I don’t think I would be successful here,” McCain said, admitting that her role on “The View” is to bash Trump from a faux-conservative angle. “For that reason, I guess I’m grateful that Trump is president. It’s just made my job a little easier because I know why it happened.”
“[Trump] spends his weekend obsessing over great men because he knows it, I know it, and all of you know it, he will never be a great man,” McCain said on the show. “My father was his [Trump’s] kryptonite in life and he was kryptonite in death.”
Although Meghan believes her father was Trump’s kryptonite, McCain spent the last years of his life getting humiliated repeatedly by Trump. He failed at doing anything to stop Trump, except maybe to save Obamacare in one last classless showing of spite.
Trump also accomplished what the “great man” McCain never could: defeating the Democrats and becoming President of the United States.
“I was never a fan of John McCain and I never will be,” Trump said.
The John McCain era of the Republican Party is as finished as he is, regardless of how much his daughter whines about Trump everyday on a liberal media program.
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