Wednesday, May 10, 2017

A Cornucopia Of McCain Craziness

Senator John McCain waxes bold...
No, no.
Senator John McCain whacks his old...
Nah, too subtle.
Senator McCain cracks a cold...
Nope, not that.

Senator John McCain screeches batshit crazy anti-Trump innuendos while exposing himself to prominent European guests.

There, that's it.
President Trump’s sudden firing of FBI Director James B. Comey is bad for the country and will not be the end of the Trump-Russia affair, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) told a group of foreign diplomats and experts Tuesday night. 
Although McCain did not directly accuse the White House of firing Comey to thwart the FBI’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s possible Russia ties, he did say that if that was the intention, it would fail.
McCain, clad only in his own fecal material, shocked his guests by implying that the lawful, legal actions of the President of the United States in exercising his Constitutional discretionary powers while heeding the advice of his duly appointed Cabinet ministers, were in reality a criminal conspiracy to conceal a James Bond/Spectre type takeover of the United States by Vladimir Blofeld.
“This scandal is going to go on. I’ve seen it before,” McCain told a meeting of the Munich Security Conference core group. “This is a centipede. I guarantee you there will be more shoes to drop, I can just guarantee it. There’s just too much information that we don’t have that will be coming out.”
Senator McCain's remark to the group first referenced a unicorn but was later amended (under McCain's protest) to refer to a centipede. McCain is deathly afraid of centipedes.

Likewise for the "There’s just too much information that we don’t have," remark which was originally transcribed as, "The information is just too damn high."
He called Trump’s actions against Comey “unprecedented” and said the position of FBI director has held special meaning in American public life dating back decades.
Of course Comey's termination was not unprecedented.  The July 1993 firing of FBI Director Bill Sessions occurred during the FBI investigation of the Whitehouse travel office scandal and Vince Foster's death the very same month. Senator McCain later clarified his use of the term "unprecedented" to mean "not within the last thirty days."

When quizzed about these discrepancies, Senator McCain attributed them to the presence of undigested corn in his stool.

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