Jake Tapper interviewed his comrade John McCain. They discussed the topic of legacy, the thing all politicians suddenly become concerned about when their days of pillaging and exploiting the United States are coming to an end.
“I hope this is not our last interview, I know a lot of people want to interview you.”
McCain quips that “a lot of people wanted to be the last.”
“I hope I don’t run this clip for another fifty years, but how do you want the American people to remember you?,” Tapper asked.
“Uh, he served his country.”
If by that McCain meant “served us up on a tray to our enemies, profiteers and globalists,” then there’s no problem, his ‘legacy’ is secure. Count on it, Johnny.
However, he admits,
“…and not always right. Made a lot of mistakes. Made a lot of errors, but served this country, and I’d hope we could add ‘honorably.’”
Indeed. A lot of McCain’s actions were detrimental to this nation or failed to act in our interest, reports Rick Wells.
What McCain probably hopes is forgotten is him stepping on a resolution to investigate the background and security clearances of Huma Abedin, and demeaning the patriots in the House who had called for it. Who knows how much damage could have been avoided if we had responded to that serious security breach at the time.
Certainly the word “honorably” will not be used when referencing the sellout globalist. It simply does not apply to him. The phrase would more likely be “he served himself,” or “he served those who purchased him.”
Tapper pronounces this anti-sovereignty operative as having served “honorably”. We’re sure many Americans will disagree on that point.
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