John McCain has malignant brain cancer

The Senate’s latest health care reform bill failed because the Republicans were missing one vote — that of John McCain, because we were told he was in a hospital for some treatment.

Now we know what treatment.

Joe Tacopino reports for the New York Post, July 19, 2017:

Arizona Senator John McCain has been diagnosed with brain cancer, his hospital said in a statement Wednesday.

The former Navy officer underwent a procedure to remove a bloodclot last week at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix and more studies have revealed that McCain has a malignant tumor known as Glioblastoma.

“The senator and his family are reviewing further treatment options,” the statement read. “Treatment options may include a combination of chemotherapy and radiation.”

Glioblastomas are described as highly malignant, according to the American Brain Tumor Association.

From Wikipedia:

Glioblastoma, also known as glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), is the most aggressive cancer that begins within the brain. Signs and symptoms of glioblastoma are initially non-specific. They may include headaches, personality changes, nausea, and symptoms similar to those of a stroke. Worsening of symptoms is often rapid. This can progress to unconsciousness.

The cause of most cases is unclear…. Glioblastomas represent 15% of brain tumors….

Despite maximum treatment, the cancer usually recurs. The most common length of survival following diagnosis is 12 to 15 months, with fewer than 3% to 5% of people surviving longer than five years. Without treatment survival is typically 3 months. It is the most common cancer that begins within the brain and the second most common brain tumor after meningioma. About 3 per 100,000 people develop the disease a year. It most often begins around 64 years of age and occurs more commonly in males than females.

Born in 1936, John McCain will be 82 next month.

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~Eowyn

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59 responses to “John McCain has malignant brain cancer

  1. I know this will make many angry but I say good riddance to the Manchurian traitor. I place him, Jane Fonda and John Carry in the same leaky boat.
    RJ

    The McCain story is a curious one. Records of McCain’s period as a POW were classified upon his return from North Vietnam. His commanding officer, while a POW, was Colonel Ted Guy who submitted a series of charges to military prosecutors citing McCain for, among other things, treason.

    Thirty-three POWs faced court martial with McCain, by far, accused of the most serious crimes. It was also McCain, son of an admiral who was also the son of an admiral who had to be protected.

    John McCain was awarded a full pardon for his crimes by President Richard Nixon. Thus, the worst traitor in American history became the “war hero” to a generation.

    McCain was hounded by Marine Sgt. Major John Holland, Army Colonel Earl Hopper and the CIA’s Ted Sampley, all dead now, who cited McCain for crimes as serious as planning air defenses for the Hanoi government to aid them in downing American pilots.

    Hopper credits McCain with helping shoot down sixty American aircraft. Others who served with McCain claim it was John McCain that nearly sunk the nuclear super-carrier USS Forrestal, killing or wounding nearly 300 of the crew.

    This would be funny if it weren’t true. If John McCain had been around during World War II, the two primary languages in North America would be German and Japanese.

    During McCain’s time in the US Senate, when it was known that American POWs were still being held in Southeast Asia, McCain worked to block repatriation though evidence of surviving POWs was overwhelming.

    It was then that John McCain began being referred to by those in the military, intelligence and veteran’s community as “the Manchurian Candidate,” after the character played by English actor Lawrence Harvey in the John Frankenheimer film of the same name.

    Many Americans have wondered why Russia hasn’t opened its intelligence files on McCain, files that include recordings of 32 propaganda broadcasts he made while a “prisoner.”

    https://journal-neo.org/2013/10/27/ghosts-of-vietnam/

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  2. Hhmmm… that’s odd. I thought ‘McCain’ WAS the definition of ‘brain cancer’? Just saying out of my wondering….

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    • True, he is a cancer on the world as many of these illuminati are, but we still should pray for him anyway and pray he finds salvation before it’s too late. WWJD. We have to try and rise above the evil and not be like them and ridicule…though it sure is tempting!

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  3. I am no fan of McCain, but this is terrible news. Like him or not, he should be in our prayers. May God have mercy on him

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  4. “How much do you love me, Cordelia?”
    “I love Thee according to my bond.”

    I pity John McCain for his ill health and I wish him well. But let us recall his career, rather quickly.
    As a Navy Officer, John McCain crashed his jet into the USS Forrestal, resulting in the deaths of 134 of his fellow sailors. His father was an admiral in the Navy, and he avoided a court martial.
    When he was taken hostage by the Viet Cong, he immediately caved and sang like a canary to his captors regarding his fellow prisoners of war. After he returned from the War, President Nixon pardoned him.
    As a Senator, John McCain went to the Middle East on more than one occasion, and met with some leaders of ISIS.
    Having had a bad childhood or a troubled adolescence is no excuse for a career in crime. Otherwise, Justice itself would demand that Charles Manson walk free. Am I comparing John McCain to Manson? No: John McCain’s choices and actions have resulted in the deaths of more people, even when we dismiss the Forrestal incident.

    I do not wish death upon Mr. McCain. But every single person alive will die, no matter what we do. Pity and sympathy should be limited to what the person’s problem is, and not to dismiss his deeds. I wish Mr. Cain to receive the medical attention he requires—medical attention he voted against the V.A. providing his fellow veterans—and I wish he would resign, rest up, repent, and get ready to meet God with a clean slate. This is what Justice and Mercy demand.
    And let us Thank God that this man never became President.

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    • What a fitting, truthful, and lyrical epitaph for that miserable failure of a human being.
      I second your wish that McCain resign and repent. That is my prayer.

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    • Steven . . . As is usual for you, you have written a response which is eloquent, and extremely thoughtful. Since each of us will die at some point in time, I hope that McCain will have the fortitude to “do what is right” and resign his office immediately. The business of the USA goes on, regardless of who may be ill or dying, and McCain needs to step up his game and call an end to his Senatorship. I must agree, thank Heavens he did not become the POTUS. Sometimes the Good Lord watches out for us and we don’t even know it. I was not aware of the scenario regarding the USS Forestall, that is dumbfounding that he escaped court martial . . . this leads me to think that when Trump verbalized that McCain was not a “hero,” he was right on the money.

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    • As much as he disgusts me, and he does, I don’t wish illness on anyone. Nonetheless, it comes to most of us eventually. Based on how he has lived his life he has much to be concerned about.

      I totally agree that it is past time to repent, and to mean it.

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    • I believe his “hostage” situation was planned to draw sympathy and support away from what happened on USS Forrestal.

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      • Kevin J Lankford

        Just like his daddy, I suspect his “deathbed” confessions will be classified top secret. I’m sure they were both very knowledgeable about the “SS Liberty” also.

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  5. It’s difficult for me to believe what I’m hearing about McCain’s condition. He has just returned from a trip to Pakistan with MA Senator Warren. The timing of it all is troubling. His escapades in Syria and Ukraine, along with his blatant involvement in the Russian farce against Trump were closing in fast. Perhaps this is the most appropriate “way out”. Either way, he should retire for everyone’s sake. The following article sheds much light on his past http://www.unz.com/runz/american-pravda-when-tokyo-rose-ran-for-president/

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    • It is hard to find a more despicable example of a self-serving scam artist than McCain. He’s been a punk his entire life and isn’t entitled to anything in my opinion. That said, I don’t wish horrible disease on anybody. He will have an eternity to reflect on his selfishness and cruelty.

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  6. — stevenbroiles — Ditto. God works in mysterious ways.

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  7. I wonder if this disease is the cause or consequence of his support for utter evil. Evil such as jihad.

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  8. I’ve been there and done ALL that Mr. McCain will go through this late in his life. I have rejected him but I cannot bear any bad feelings towards a human being that is condemned to a most devastating decease and tortuous treatment that in the end is going to anhilate him slowly as if given a last opportunity to reflect on the past and the present when his soul is taken away, God have mercy.

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  9. He is a con man, a liar, a crook, a cheat, an adulterer, an extreme example of nepotism, he aids and abets the “enemy”, he’s an opportunist, his actions have clearly shown him to be a christian with lower case “c”…he’s a politician through and through. I see why hellary and john get along so well.
    his biggest concern should be getting right with the Lord for all the evil he has conspired in his sick head.

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  10. I honestly hope he gets a FULL recovery from his Cancer,puts his effort towards getting OUT of Politics and getting right with God. Even THEN,he’ll have a lot to answer for when he reaches The Gate.

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  11. traildustfotm

    Honestly, although Senator McCain disgusts me, I am praying for him right now. I would not wish cancer on him.

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    • TD . . . I love the fact that you are such a compassionate person. I would agree with you that Senator McCain disgusts a whole lot of us. While I would not wish cancer on anyone . . . . . is cancer really any worse than the lives that the American military personnel that were left behind were forced to live. McCain was instrumental in shutting down any further legislation that would allow for seeking to find any remaining Americans in VietNam . . what kind of lives did these men lead on a day to day basis? How did their mothers, fathers, siblings, wives, children of these lost men feel about the fact that they were forsaken by our country? I would say, at least in my mind, getting to come back to this country, live the high life as a Senator, with four houses, and then getting brain cancer as an old man of 82 . . . was this not a better life than being left in a God-forsaken foreign country until the time of death? If I were given the choice between being left to rot in a foreign country, or having brain cancer . . . I personally would choose brain cancer. The most mercy I can muster under the circumstances is that I wish him a speedy death, so that the time of suffering will be short. Although, that just leaves him all the more time in Eternity to think about the egregious things he has perpetrated!

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      • I will happily filter a beer on his grave after he is gone. If they bury him at Arlington, I swear there are soldiers who will dig up his corpse.

        No pity for traitors

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        • I hear ya’. I totally understand.

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        • R L . . . It really would be disgusting to have him buried at Arlington, a traitor laid to rest among the valiant! The very thought of that is extremely disheartening to say the least.

          Just so that I understood you correctly . . . by filter a beer on his grave after he is gone . . . can I take it that means you would be willing to piss on his grave after he is gone? I would just bet there would be quite the line up of men with full bladders willing to take a crack at that!

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  12. You bet, Truck!

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  13. According to the latest news clips McCain tells his commrads in Congress, “I’ll be back> (or something to that degree.) I think if we look at the way McCain has lead his life, I think we can say that he has a habit of usually doing what is good for himself, regardless of what may be good for those around him. Taking into account that it would appear that he plans on “holding on to his Senate seat” . . . . . I would say that he is a selfish old bastard under those circumstances! He doesn’t care that we as a nation have critical legislation that needs to be crafted and passed, which means we need EACH and EVERY Senator in their seat, ready to perform their duties to the fullest. If he weren’t a selfish old bastard . . . he would resign NOW. This would allow for the seating of another person who has, hopefully, full health and mental faculties (the prognosis of those with the type of brain cancer he has is frankly dismal at best.) But no, true to himself . . . he will hold onto that seat and screw the American people. If he cared one whit about this country, he would quit now, and quietly go about contemplating the various egregious sins he has committed against numerous fellow citizens and their families, and spend what time he has left trying to repent and seek forgiveness before he has to report before the Judgement Bar!

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    • Well, they’re probably looking for another self-serving RINO as we speak. I could easily do a week on this mutt. He isn’t the only one, unfortunately. I keep waiting for his little queer buddy, Lindsey to catch something incurable.

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      • lophatt . . . I agree about Lindsey. What has he ever done that was of any note? Nothing that comes to my mind. We have several serving in our Congress that need to just go away!

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        • Yep, he’s just another self-serving tool. He particularly offends me Because he’s queer as a three dollar bill and everybody knows it but he pretends to be “Macho Man”.

          He and the Hanoi Canary are tight. They probably hang out at the Soros Lounge together. I’ve watched these two for years. They are particularly noxious in a toxic population. None of these creeps work for us. They all must go.

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      • Paul Rino Ryan fits the requirements perfectly.

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  14. I can feel the sentiments all of us share towards Mr. McCain, I for one, have come to dislike him for his past actions and for being an obstacle in President Trump’s agenda. I ask you from my heart, for just one moment, to have compassion, it doesn’t mean redemption for he will have to surrender his soul to GOD.

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  15. I hope not to have offended anyone with my words.

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    • Alma . . . I have never known you to have enter anything that other’s could take offense to. I offer to have the same degree of compassion for him, that he had for all those young men who were left behind in the jungles of VietNam . . . nothing could be more fair than that. After all even The Lord Jesus Christ showed indignation when he found the money changers in the temple. I feel indignation over the antics of his lifetime, I hope he can get himself straight before The Lord.

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  16. ManCavePatriot

    My faith tells me to forgive, but NOT to forget. I will NOT assume God’s role.

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  17. Thank you Alma and ManCave: Meanwhile, I’ve been wondering all day about term limits. I know that Congressmen/Senators will never vote this for themselves, despite the example and precedent set by George Washington (2 terms…then go home—we are a CITIZEN government, NOT a professional office-holder government). I count it as the most grave failing of our founding fathers that they did not include term limits in our Constitution. After all, they made limits on age and citizenship, why not length of time in office? They had been SO focused on NOT allowing a dynastic system to develop….how did they SKIP this step?????….and yet, here we are. I am so sick of Kennedys, Bushes, Clintons, Pelosi (her dad was Mayor of Baltimore when I lived there), and a ton of other surnames that we just can’t shake (how about, Byrds of W. VA…that was a dynasty).
    This is how our legislative branch comes to a total standstill decade after decade on issues that they are elected to set “right.” They are more calculative about their chances of re-election –of offending one group or another—than they are of their duties to the people on the whole that elected them in the first place….

    So, what to do? Does anyone see in future of a grass-roots addressing State Legislature conventions toward term limits to amend the Constitution? Probably slim to none of success…(the only one that ever succeded this way was the repeal of Prohibition :)!!!!!! ), but the way things are set up…this would be the only way to bring it about.

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    • CalGirl . . . You have brought up such an important point. I don’t think that at the time of our Founding Fathers, anyone thought that a “citizen patriot” serving in the Congress, or any other political office would willingly ride these posts to their dying day. At that time it was rather assumed that one stepped up and did their civic duty, and then they returned to their private life. I just wished that this was the mindset of today. Unfortunately, far too many of today’s politicians have learned that they can parley their time in Congress into being a Millionaire. They get hooked on the power, prestige, and money that serving in office brings them.

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    • Asking the cause of the problem for a solution is a waste of time. The only way you’ll get anything out of them is if they are afraid they’ll be chased through the streets and hanged.

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  18. He is a war criminal and evil.

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  19. The rapacious, wretched Senator McCain will do everything to fight this disease at the expense of America’s taxpayers who are subject to Obamacare’s draconian limitations.

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    • Zorro . . . Yes, all Senator’s have the very best of health care, unlike the average Joe. He will indeed be flying all over creation to find some way of stopping the inevitable. The real chances of beating this particular kind of brain cancer are almost nil . . . but he will fight on, and as you say, “at the expense of America’s taxpayers . . .” At the end, we will still have one dead senator, regardless of all the effort.

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      • Yep, just like Hillary. They’ll have to bury him face down lest he claw his way to the surface.

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      • Auntie:
        If McCain were a patriot who put America first, the costs for his care would not be so objectionable. He should resign, but will never let go of his position and the power that goes with it.

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        • Zorro . . . I could not agree with you more! If McCain had been valiant in furthering the well being of the USA, it would not be as repugnant an idea to spend so much in chasing a cure for his ailment. As you have indicated, “He should resign, but will never let go of his position and the power that goes with it.” When an individual has this kind of mindset, it is rather difficult to go thru the steps of repentance, and seeking true forgiveness for the sins that have been committed. In his case they are many.

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          • he should resign, but I think as long as he stays on and would be the deciding vote on certain things like healthcare reform (which doesn’t have enough votes to pass because of him…and others); he in essence is giving Trump and all who support Trump the middle finger.

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            • MomOfIV . . . Talk about . . . “tell it like it is.,” . . . “in essence [he] is giving Trump and all who support Trump the middle finger.” It is for exactly this reason that I wish him a speedy demise. He would rather bugger-up the American people, and allow the People’s business to move forward, than to let go of his personal power. So I wish him a speedy return to that God from whence he came. Sometimes one person must suffer so that the greater good may be accomplished.

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  20. When the Constitution was created,I don’t think,in their wildest dreams,the Founders thought there could ever be the degree of Corruption in American Politics we see today-back then,it was just unthinkable that our elected officials would go to such depths. Had they considered the fall of Man’s moral values,either they’d have put MORE protections in place or they’d have simply decided against attempting to create the Nation they ultimately gave us. We,AS a Nation,should be ashamed of ourselves for the dismal job we’ve done in upholding the high standards the Founding Fathers set in good faith for us.

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    • I agree to a point. I don’t think we should take the blame for shameless, politicians that we have no control over. There was a time when honor and dignity meant something. To a large degree, one’s respectability was important to them. That prevented a lot of activity that we see on a daily basis.

      That doesn’t mean they didn’t have scoundrels. They did. They were ostracized and, to a large extent, their careers were over. What todays employees of the NWO do would have gotten them strung up, or at least tarred and feathered.

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      • lophatt . . . I guess the only remedy to overcome the “shameless politicians” that have speedily taken us down this path . . . is that we have to work doubly hard to turn the tide. I do so hope that President Trump will prove valiant in ferreting out all the evil doers, those who are both civilly corrupt and morally bankrupt. We see glimpses of moving in that direction.

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    • truck . . . thank you for putting into writing something that I ponder over time and time again. There is no doubt that . . . “We, as a Nation, should be ashamed of ourselves for the dismal job we’ve done in upholding the high standards the Founding Fathers set in good faith for us.” We saw in the WWII generation, true greatness, but somehow my generation, the Baby Boomers, have turned our backs on what we should have remained true to. We were self serving, we did not guard our schools and socialism began to be taught, and now the proceeding generations dwindle in unbelief, because they have not been taught anything else. I grieve over this profound breakdown.

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  21. Even though he’s very evil, I pray that he accepts Lord Jesus as his Savior in case McCain dies. Jimmy Carter had ‘brain cancer’ and he seemed to have it ‘cured’ very quickly. Especially for someone his age (90). Of course the ‘elite’ don’t usually have the same ‘treatments’ that us rabble are subjected to, which is why they usually live much much longer. They may even have their deaths faked and have their consciousness transferred, becoming a cyborg. Check out Daniel Estulin’s book about Transhumanism, it’s pretty crazy what DARPA et al have come up with.

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  22. GOD IS GONNA CUT YOU DOWN TRAITOR McCAIN, sometimes mercy is best not served https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ht7mxF9XZiA

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