After three funerals that spanned the country, most rational observers regarded John McCain as dead and buried.
That thinking turned out to be delusional. Republicrat John McCain, who relentlessly promoted amnesty for illegal aliens, has in fact, been elevated to deity status. His vengefulness, foul mouth, deceit and abysmal ignorance, have been pushed to the back burner as history concerning this marginal man, has been rewritten.
Sounder minds stalled a proposal to rename the Russell Senate Office Building after McCain. It was originally called the “Old Senate Building” and renamed for Democrat Georgia Sen. Richard Russell in 1972.
Now two other Democrats, part of an established Arizona political family, will likely have their names removed from the Udall Foundation’s Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, named in their honor. Founded in 1992, it was a tribute to longtime Arizona Congressman and environmentalist Morris Udall and his brother Stewart Udall, who was Secretary of the Interior. The Udall family is rooted in the American West. Its role in politics spans over 100 years and four generations. Udall politicians have been elected from four different states: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Oregon
Arizona Senators Kyrsten Sinema (D) and Martha McSally (R) are co-spearheading the effort to dump the Udall name. They are joined by CD 9 U.S. Rep. Greg Stanton (D).
Terminal 3 at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, in the midst of a nearly $600 million renovation, has been renamed to honor the man who crashed three jets — due to his arrogance and lack of judgment.
Those who have actually paid attention will remember John McCain as the man who was so enraged at twice losing the presidency that he publicly declared that neither he nor his family would vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump.
It should not be forgotten that was the envious McCain who personally hand-carried the bogus “dossier” to then-FBI Director James Comey, the sole intent of which was to take down President Trump. Democrat Party-financed operative Christopher Steele, a former British spy, fabricated the now discredited, 35-page, lewd dossier for the Democrats and Hillary Clinton’s campaign. When revealed as the messenger, McCain defended his actions using profanity and adding, “I did what duty demands I do.”
McCain referred to his pal, Hillary, as a “rock star” he could support in 2016.
Connecting the glut of McAwful dots requires more time than most of us are willing to devote to such reprehensible pursuits.
“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,” solemnly intones Cindy.