Slickly hones acting skills
Within days of learning that Cindy Lou Hensley McCain has hired a Beverly Hills talent agency to arrange speaking engagements and book global events for her, she is featured as the first guest on a new NBC series, “Her Take with Cynthia McFadden.” The show carries the tagline, “some of the women are famous, many not, but all have a ‘take.’”
Of course, Cindy’s “take” is criticizing President Trump. Would anyone expect anything less? The McCain‘s have never gotten over the fact that Donald Trump was swept into office when McCain barely carried the state of Arizona by a mere 8 points as a failed 2008 presidential candidate. Republicans took McCain’s mother’s advice and held their noses as they voted for Johnny.
The Anheuser-Busch beer heiress has found a niche combating human trafficking. Mixing her metaphors, she asserts border walls don’t deter human trafficking in the United States. The actual reason for border security is to stop the hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens who intentionally breach our sovereign border, though she obviously missed that crucial aspect.
She also criticizes the lack of civility in public life, something she contributed to in raising her boorish daughter, Mega. (Not a typo.)
Cindy McCain is so bonded to exposing human trafficking, she reported a parent whose child was a different ethnicity to police at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport accusing the family of child trafficking. This bizarre action, for which she later apologized after initially lying about the circumstances, took place although she is the adoptive mother of Bridget, who was born in Bangladesh, and bears no resemblance to the former junior rodeo queen.
In the NBC interview, as Cindy laments the current lack of civility in Washington, she claimed it was something her husband detested. Her flawed recollection was of a man “who engaged in debates based on issues that could lead to bipartisan solutions,” which is a newly burnished image for the mean-spirited and crude John McCain whose vulgarity was publicly extended to her. He was best known for fighting Republicans at every turn as he teamed with Democrats on myriad issues and was more bonded to amnesty for illegals than he was to securing our nation’s border. This is a prime example (19-second video) of his sterling character as his single vote put the screws to the “skinny repeal” of Obamacare.
In the interview, Cindy McCain said “she still is a Republican,” though with a caveat: “I just don’t agree with many parts of my party right now.” Many of “her party” never agreed with her Republicrat husband.
During the 2016 Trump/Clinton election, the McCain family let it be known they would not be supporting the Republican nominee. The other candidate was scandal-plagued and deceitful Hillary Clinton, described by McCain a “rock star.“