When it comes to the McCain family and the Arizona Republic, its personal publicist, too much is never enough.
John McCain, the man who obsessively carried the newspaper’s open border agenda grew larger in death than the Republicrat ever was in life. Every scintilla of contrivance relating to him exploded to disproportionate coverage, including his unprecedented three funerals. When he behaved ignobly, as was his custom, readers of the local newspaper were kept in the dark. This phenomenon goes back decades. Coverage of his deep involvement in the Keating Five scandal was more accurately reported in the Phoenix New Times, a free tabloid. After seemingly endless coverage following McCain’s death, the Republic printed a glossy, full color magazine insert reviewing his life from its own glowing perspective. It bore little relationship to the low regard in which he was held by Republican Party activists who overwhelmingly voted to censure McCain. He retaliated by working to purge them as elected Precinct Committeemen — the backbone of the Republican Party election apparatus, with the help of Gregory Wendt, a San Francisco-based Obama donor and others of his ilk who hold conservatives in contempt.
Yvonne Wingnut Sanchez now performs as the McCain family toady, since John McCain’s assigned personal groveler, Dan Nowicki’s two-decade long career shoveling for the “maverick,” appears to have died along with McCain.
Widow Cindy Hensley McCain, the Anheuser-Busch beer heiress, has recently hired a Beverly Hills talent agency that will arrange global speaking engagements for a $multi-thousand fee. No doubt the demand to hear her speak will be great. One of her pet topics is human trafficking, which she has proven she is ready, willing and able to lie about witnessing. Stealing prescription narcotics from those she was supposedly providing philanthropic aid is another topic with which Cindy has more than passing interest.
The agency will need to book gigantic arenas to accommodate the massive crowds that undoubtedly will flock to hear Cindy Lou’s words of wisdom:
“As I focus on the next phase of my humanitarian endeavors, I’m thrilled to work with UTA to leverage my charitable passions to carry on my husband’s legacy by reaching new audiences and continuing to improve the lives of others.”
Recent AZ Republic McArticles carried these inane headlines:
Meghan McCain’s husband apologizes for homophobic ‘rage tweeting’ against Seth Meyers
Cindy McCain reveals new details about how John McCain’s dog Burma died
Meghan McCain’s raw grief: ‘I still can’t go back home to Arizona’
McCain’s son Jack helps open exclusive policy summit, the Sedona Forum