Classy to the very end, huh maverick?
Not only is the Arizona Republican —who is Democrat in almost everything but name— still refusing to resign after four months of absence from his job as Senator, he has decided to publicly refuse to have President Trump speak at his funeral and is urging former Vice President Joe Biden to run for president in the 2020 presidential election.
In the gushing New York Times article detailing the senator’s stream of deep state visitors, they reveal several conversations that have taken place so that John McCain could ensure that his work against the American people can continue into the foreseeable future.
“Here John knows he’s in a very, very, very precarious situation, and yet he’s still concerned about the state of the country,” Mr. Biden said in an interview. “We talked about how our international reputation is being damaged and we talked about the need for people to stand up and speak out.”
As he battles brain cancer and the debilitating side effects of his aggressive treatment, Mr. McCain himself is reckoning with his history and the future, as he and a stream of friends share memories and say what needs to be said.
John McCain saying what needs to be said, and what needs saying is Joe Biden needs to carry the globalist banner for the Democrats and the deep state for 2020.
The Republican senator encouraged the former Democratic vice president to “not walk away” from politics, as Mr. Biden put it before refusing to discuss a possible 2020 presidential run. Mr. McCain is using a new book and documentary to reveal his regret about not selecting former Senator Joseph I. Lieberman as his running mate in 2008.
John McCain is also demanding that the President of the United States be barred from his funeral service that is slated to be held in Washington DC’s National Cathedral. Classy.
His intimates have informed the White House that their current plan for his funeral is for Vice President Mike Pence to attend the service to be held in Washington’s National Cathedral but not President Trump, with whom Mr. McCain has had a rocky relationship.
The White House has yet to comment on the requests by the Arizona senator.
President Trump also did not attend the recent funeral of former first lady Barbara Bush in Houston, Texas. The official line from the White House was that this was done in order “to avoid disruptions due to added security, and out of respect for the Bush Family and friends attending the service.”
The real reason of course: the Bush family —like McCain’s— is a deep state aligned household that is still deeply bitter about the 2016 win of President Trump over their favored candidate, Hillary Clinton.
McCain is also, through his associates, demanding that someone like himself be appointed to fill *his* senate seat since Arizona is no longer allowed to choose their own representatives. John McCain’s wife Cindy McCain is the current frontrunner to be appointed to the seat, as is tradition within the
State of Arizona Principality.
And some of his associates, though not his family, have started to quietly put out word that they want a “McCain person” eventually appointed to fill his Senate seat, a roster that includes his wife, Cindy.
If the senator were to die —because let us be honest, pigs are going to fly before he resigns— before the end of May, the appointed replacement will have to fight to retain their seat this fall in the 2018 elections. If McCain were to die after May, under Arizona law, the appointed senator will retain their seat until the 2020 election. The appointed senator will also have to be of the same party that John McCain was when he was elected, should he decide to become a Democrat before the end.
The citizens of Arizona will know soon whether they will vote this year or in 2020 as the senator said this week that end may be coming very soon., In an NPR audio excerpt this week of his memoir, the senator states “I don’t know how much longer I’ll be here.”