Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Senile Senator John McCain Claims That The
Russians Have Hacked Obamacare Replacement Bill...


DownTrend -- Six term Arizona Senator John McCain’s decreasing mental capacity is becoming more difficult to conceal on a near daily basis.

The old man who is losing his marbles was still trying to rebound from a bizarre Senate Intelligence Committee Q & A with former FBI Director James Comey when he went, slipped the bounds of reality again on Tuesday.

The octogenarian politician – who if he were a horse would have been euthanized long ago – unleashed a bizarre and paranoid comment regarding the Senate’s ongoing overhaul of the disaster that is Obamacare.

McCain suggested that while his allies in the Democratic party haven’t seen the new bill that the Russians have hacked into congressional computers and obtained critical information on the replacement for Obama’s crowning of a healthcare catastrophe that only screws productive people and small businesses.

The Hill is reporting “McCain: No American has seen healthcare bill, but I’m sure Russia has”:
"Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said he hasn’t met an American who has seen the Senate Republicans’ healthcare bill yet, though he’s “sure the Russians have” gotten their hands on it, Bloomberg reported.

Asked Tuesday whether he has seen a copy of the legislation, McCain said he has not.

“Nor have I met any American that has,” he added, according to Bloomberg. “I’m sure the Russians have been able to hack in and gotten most of it.”

McCain is one of a number of senators growing frustrated with Senate Republican leaders’ efforts to draft the healthcare overhaul measure.

Both Democrats and Republicans in the Senate have complained that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has crafted the bill largely behind closed doors and without the input of his fellow lawmakers."
McCain’s obsession with Russia and the nefarious conspiracies that the media continues to promote would be one thing for an ordinary senior citizen but this is one of the most powerful members of the United States government.

It’s been increasingly apparent that McCain is unfit to continue to serve and he continues to prove it every time that he opens his mouth.

At what point does the Senate start to strip this pathetic old man of all of his power when it comes to matters of war, national security and foreign policy?
Blog Author's Comments: It was a huge win for the GOP in Georgia yesterday, much to the chagrin of the Democrats and liberal media. Now, I move on to Arizona and Senator John McCain. It is way past time for a special election in Arizona in an attempt to oust McCain. He really does need to be put out to pasture so he cannot continue to make a fool of himself and be a member of the Republican Party. But because this is his sixth term in office I have to ponder the mental capability of the Arizona voters who continue to reelect him.

President of Russia, Vladimir Putin lives in McCain's head rent free, while the tired old man fantasizes about WW3. McCain is like the bitter actress no one wants anymore, the Jane Fonda of politics. He is never going to be an admiral, or fly jets again, or be president, or be sworn in for a seventh term, or accept his diminishment with grace and dignity. He should at least be asked to undergo a competency hearing. Yet Sen. John McCain is the Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. We can and should be able to do better than McCain. I do respect his service to our country as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, but he has played that card far too long. And he does what he can to be a constant thorn in the side of President Donald Trump.

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