Arizona’s abundance of political Mc’s: Only one has brains

January 18, 2020

With a proliferation of senators or wannabes with Mc attached to their surnames, it might be easy to mistake Arizona for a Gaelic clan. Unlike the close-knit clans, however, the breed that have taken up residence in the political realm of the saguaro laden state are far from buddies.

The dramatic and easily offended Mega McCain, daughter of the unreliable, hot-tempered and profane former senator with the same last name, is sounding a great deal like dear old dad who choreographed his own three funerals, including pointedly disinviting President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania.

Mega, whose specialty is crassness, is now taking on AZ Sen. Martha McSally, a former Air Force officer and combat fighter pilot, who has been in life or death battles while Mega was busy getting tattooed. Appearing on Friday’s broadcast of ‘The View,’ Mega ripped into Sen. McSally, a former two term member of congress saying, McSally “didn’t earn” her appointment to the seat formerly held by Sen. John McCain.

Mega McCain was commenting on Sen. McSally calling CNN congressional correspondent Manu Raju a “liberal hack,” in response to his impertinent question about President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial.

In 2016, the McCain family let it be known that their votes would not be cast for Donald Trump, a political novice — who achieved what John McCain built his career on trying to attain, though he spectacularly failed. The take away? They voted for “rockstar” Hillary Clinton.

Mega went on to deride McSally, saying:

“And she does have an extremely tight race. Arizona could turn blue, which I mean — pigs may start flying around the studio if that ends up happening — I never thought I’d see the day. But she is fundraising off of this with Trump supporters. But unfortunately, there’s a lot of states like Utah, like Arizona, like Nevada, that I think people just assume are going to be full red forever, and it’s not. It’s very independent and fringy, and I think there’s a reason why it has such a long history, especially in Arizona, with people like Barry Goldwater in place.”

Political wizard Mega McCain added, “I actually think she’s playing her cards completely wrong. One hundred percent I don’t think this is the right way to do it, but do you know who’s playing it completely right?

My other senator, Kyrsten Sinema, with her fashion choices on the Congressional floor. I think we have it. Look at her, that’s my other senator. Look at that outfit. I love everything she’s doing. She’s very independent. She’s a Democrat, but she’s like very — she votes on the right as well, and I think she (McSally) should take more pages from Kyrsten Sinema.”

Mega is influenced by fashion rather than policy, dismissing Kyrsten Sinema’s forays into Communism and vulgar rants before reconfiguring herself as a Prada wearing Democrat. She obviously knows little about Barry Goldwater, who definitely wasn’t the conservative we’ve been led to believe.

In deriding Martha McSally, Mega McCain uses the same terminology used by the clearly not-ready-for-prime-time candidate, Daniel McCarthy. Watch this ‘Sunday Square Off’ interview on an empty stomach. McCarthy is intent on aiding Mark Kelly aka “Mr. Gabby Giffords” in turning over both of Arizona’s senate seats to the Dems. And if Kelly dresses up to her standards, that should be enough to make Mega happy.

This is Daniel McCarthy’s televised appearance on ‘Sunday Square Off.’

 


McCain’s vicious anti-Trump schemes revealed posthumously

January 3, 2020

Though he’s been dead since August 2018, John McCain has the enduring quality of Dracula. 

Aaron Klein, writing for Breitbart News, exposes the envious Arizona senator’s link in attempting to take down President Donald Trump, the non-politician who generated massive voter support and achieved what McCain mistakenly viewed as his due: The Presidency of the United States.

Read Klein’s “U.K. Spy Steele Claims John McCain Aide Leaked ‘Pee’ Dossier to BuzzFeed.”

McCain’s temper was legendary. His wrath was notorious. He spoke viciously to his own wife in front of others, though her great wealth afforded his luxurious lifestyle and more homes than the was able to count. No one ever accused him of being a nice guy. Arizona Republicans knew him as a deceitful colluder with Democrats, after promising to work on issues that resonated with the conservative base.

He was so irate over Donald Trump’s spectacular victory, McCain, who meticulously planned his own funeral, explicitly disinvited Pres. Trump and First Lady Melania. Daughter Mega McCain delivered a scorching, rebuke of a eulogy on her father‘s behalf.

McHatred is the backstory to Aaron Klein’s stellar report.


John McCain tops famed double agent Mata Hari

December 27, 2019

Mata Hari was a Dutch exotic dancer and courtesan,* convicted of being a spy for Germany during World War I and executed by a firing squad in France.

John McCain, now interred after three meticulously self-planned funerals, faced no firing squad, but was every bit as much of a double agent as Mata Hari, whose name is synonymous with clandestine dealings.

Breitbart reporter Aaron Klein, aided by researcher Joshua Klein, has done an outstanding job of revealing McCain’s long tentacles into the now discredited, salacious and fraudulent Steele “dossier,” and the lengths to which the former Arizona senator went to malign and attempt to topple Donald Trump — a man he despised for achieving the one thing the vengeful McCain lusted for but failed to attain: The Presidency of the United States.

Exhibiting his widely known classy style, McCain defended his contemptible actions with these words: “I discharged that obligation, and I would do it again. Anyone who doesn’t like it can go to hell.”

You can’t be too busy to read, “IG Report Reveals Steele Funneled Claims Through John McCain After FBI Dropped Him,” These few sentences should serve as the enticement:

The IG [Inspector General] report also verifies that a McCain aide obtained the Steele reports directly from Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson, meaning that when McCain transferred the anti-Trump charges to [now disgraced former FBI Director] James Comey he had to have known that the material originated with a firm that specializes in controversial opposition tactics.

Fusion GPS was paid for its anti-Trump work by Trump’s primary political opponents, namely Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) via the Perkins Coie law firm.

States the IG report:

Several weeks later, on December 9, 2016, Senator John McCain provided Comey with a collection of 16 Steele election reports, 5 of which Steele had not given the FBI. McCain had obtained these reports from a staff member at the McCain Institute. The McCain Institute staff member had met with Steele and later acquired the reports from Simpson.

The unnamed McCain staff member is known to be David J. Kramer, who also infamously provided BuzzFeed with the Steele dossier.

It’s worth remembering McCain called scandal-plagued leftist Hillary Clinton a “rock star” he could support for president.

* A euphemism for a prostitute with a retinue of powerful, often political, clients.

Clarifying brackets inserted by SRAZ.


McLunacy continues to infect dying AZ Republic

December 22, 2019

Sunday’s edition of the seriously failing Arizona Republic newspaper features an above-the-fold, Page One report, titled “Would McCain have voted to convict? Impeachment poses tantalizing question.”

No joke.

 What exactly is “tantalizing” about the obvious?

A year following three cross-country funerals, the grieving newspaper has not been able to accept the fact that the man who called himself a “maverick” to explain his career-long collusion and votes with Democrats, though opportunistically running as a Republican, is gone.

Posing the question as to whether he would have voted to convict President Trump is beyond foolish. McCain, not only publicly declared that neither he nor his family would vote for Donald Trump in 2016, McCain was integral in attempting to take Trump down by hand-carrying what has been revealed as the fictitious so-called dossier to then-FBI Director James Comey.

McCain was a petty man who, after losing twice in his quest for the presidency, was consumed by raging jealously that businessman Donald Trump was able to easily capture the presidency that eluded him. He was so angry that he pointedly excluded President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania from attending the D.C. memorial, to which the Obamas and Clintons were invited.  Yes. Vengeful McCain made up his own guest lists, notable for exclusions.

For an overview, read our fact-filled exposé, John McCain: The undead. This is who the man actually was, not the “self-styled maverick with an unpredictable streak” the newspaper describes.

The aptly nicknamed Arizona Repulsive is reeling over the fact that Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), long considered to be McCain’s sidekick, has become an ardent Trump supporter.

 “This thing will come to the Senate, and it will die quickly, and I will do everything I can to make it die quickly,” Graham recently told CNN.

One of McCain’s apologists is quoted as saying, “He (McCain) probably would have taken Lindsey Graham to the woodshed.”

That should answer the absurd headlined question, “Would McCain have voted to convict?”


Partisan impeachment farce moves forward in the House

December 18, 2019

Pelosi, Nadler out, President Donald Trump responds

The vote on the Dem’s partisan-based impeachment contrivance, specifically aimed at overturning the 2016 vote of the American people, is scheduled today. After hours of showboating “debate,” on the rules, the final vote is expected to take place between 6:30 and 7:30 p.m (ET). Watch here beginning this morning.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi who apparently no longer wants to be the face associated with this sham has turned duties over to U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO). By an intriguing coincidence, House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler was mysteriously called away to an undisclosed family emergency in New York City Tuesday, missing the last procedural step before articles of impeachment come to the floor.

President Donald Trump, not one to silently let his sworn enemies define him, responded with this 6-page letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Pelosi has played the role of Whip, reining in non-compliant Dems, with what are acknowledged to be threats. For many, it will be the only significant vote they ever cast. Americans, who stunned the Hillary-supporting Dems in 2016 will not be inclined to give them second terms. Vote map here.

The House is on its sham, party-line course to impeach the president. But a two-thirds vote in the Senate is required to convict and remove him from office. The Senate needs 67 votes to remove President Trump. It will not meet that marker. Even if all Democrats vote for conviction, no less than 20 Republicans also must support removing the president. Not a single Republican has fallen into that camp.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was quoted as saying, “I’ve written this whole process off. I think this is a bunch of B.S. I don’t think the president did anything wrong.”

We’re happy to have Graham in President Trump’s corner, yet it’s intriguing to ponder if he’d have been so magnanimous if his Trump-hating buddy John McCain was still alive. It’s worth remembering that it was a jealous and unapologetic John McCain who personally hand carried the discredited Steele “dossier” filled with vile, and now disproved, allegations about Trump, to then-FBI Director James Comey. The controversial document was funded by the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.  McCain previously referred to Clinton as a “rock star” he could support for president.


Impeachment circus: Dem law prof. channels McCain, mocks kids

December 5, 2019

Constitutional scholar Prof. Jonathan Turley, not a Trump supporter, comes to the president’s defense at impeachment hearing

Democrat partisan Stanford law professor Pamela Karlan, who donated $1,000 to Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign, veered off into the stratosphere at the impeachment farce Wednesday when she was asked how the powers of a president differ from those of a British king.

Karlan, a childless, married lesbian, eagerly jumped at the opportunity to slam the Trump family, by invoking their 13-year-old son, saying kings had virtually unlimited authority while the Constitution limits presidential powers. To illustrate her point, she referenced President Trump’s son, Barron.

“The Constitution says there can be no titles of nobility, so while the president can name his son Barron, he can’t make him a baron,” Karlan said to laughter and appreciative applause from the Democrats in the hearing room.

First Lady Melania Trump’s rapid response elicited an apology from the boorish law professor, who later said she regretted her comment.

Karlan’s comments bring to mind the slur that John McCain used to mock Bill and Hillary Clinton’s then-teenage daughter, Chelsea. McCain, appearing at an Arizona fundraiser asked a room full of high dollar donors, “Do you know why Chelsea Clinton is so ugly?” He then provided his own answer, saying, “Because Janet Reno (then-U.S. Attorney General) is her father.” Mannish and single, Reno was 6′ 2”.

Pamela Karlan stood in stark contrast to Constitutional scholar and George Washington University Law professor Jonathan Turley, who told the House Judiciary Committee that he did not vote for Donald Trump for president, but said the Democrats were abusing their power in bringing this “slipshod” partisan case and “setting a dangerous precedent.” Turley, cautioned against the impeachment, saying that to proceed on this course against President Trump based on the current evidence “would be to expose every future president to the same type of inchoate impeachment.” His full statement can be viewed here.

 


Ailing Ginsburg revs up impeachment contrivance

November 24, 2019

At their core — assuming they have one — Democrat politicos know President Donald Trump has done nothing to warrant impeachment. They’ve used every trick in the book, from bogus Russian and Chinese collusion, to Ukrainian quid pro quo dealings, which recently morphed into Godfather-like “extortion and bribery,” after deciding to “ditch the Latin,” in a futile effort to gain traction in their attempts to oust the duly elected Republican President. Nothing sticks, because there is no ‘there,’ there.

Adding urgency to their deception, the Dems are up against an 86-year old ticking time bomb whose fuse is primed to ignite. Former ACLU lawyer Ruth Bader Ginsburg was nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court by Bill Clinton. Her 1993 senate confirmation vote was nearly unanimous, with only three Republicans voting in opposition. When it suited his purpose, John McCain claimed to be pro-life. Ginsburg clearly was not, McCain voted in support of her confirmation.

Ginsburg has never hidden her contempt for the U.S. Constitution, as evidenced by this 2012 suggestion (brief video) to Egyptian revolutionaries.

Nearing 90, she has undergone repeated, serious bouts of lung, stomach and pancreatic cancers requiring surgeries and lengthy radiation treatments. Earlier this month, she missed Supreme Court oral arguments due to a stomach infection and previously, due to broken ribs suffered in a fall.

Ginsburg was initially evaluated Friday at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C. She was then admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore after experiencing what was described as “chills and fever,” where she received intravenous antibiotics and fluids, according to this Nov. 23, Supreme Court press release that minimizes the severity of her condition — though serious enough to require a change of hospitals.

Ginsburg passed on retirement during Obama’s administration, opting to be replaced by Hillary, a major miscalculation in which conservatives can rejoice. Since the election of President Trump, she has clung to the SCOTUS seat by her fingernails rather than grant him the opportunity to make a third appointment to the high court after Neil Gorsuch (2017) and Brett Kavanaugh (2018) provided a 5-4 Republican majority on the court.

On Nov. 8, 2019 SRAZ wrote,Trump impeachment driven by specter of Ruthless Court.“ If you haven’t read it, you need to. If you did, it’s well worth reviewing. It provides the backstory to the impeachment urgency.