Karma comes in three: John McCain, F. Lee Bailey & Bill Cosby

Or look at it another way: It’s God giving these three men one last chance to repent, before they must answer for their sins.

(1) Sen. John McCain (RINO-Az)

Nominally a Republican, McCain is a never-Trumper who gave the FBI the wholly fake “Russian prostitute golden shower” dossier on Trump, and actually said US leadership was stronger under Obama, when surveys found the military during the Obama administration to be plagued with low morale.

A warmonger (“neo-Con”) who has never met a war he doesn’t promote, McCain met with Syrian jihadists while going postal on Syrian Christians. He is loathed by military veterans for making political capital as a “war hero” when he “sang like a canary” to the VietCong and made a ‘Tokyo Rose’ propaganda recording. More unforgivable still are his tireless efforts to suppress information on America’s still-missing POWs.

On Wednesday, July 19, 2017, the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix said in a statement that McCain has the most common but aggressive type of brain cancer called glioblastoma. Without treatment, survival is typically 3 months; with maximum treatment, the cancer usually recurs, with fewer than 3% to 5% of patients surviving longer than five years.

Despite that, not only has McCain refused to resign, he also trashed President Trump’s decision to end the Obama administration’s irrational and counter-productive policy of the CIA arming and training Syrian jihadists.

(2) F. Lee Bailey

F. Lee Bailey was one of O.J. Simpson’s four defense lawyers in Simpson’s trial for the 1994 murder of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. (On Thursday, July 20, 2017, O.J. was given parole for his 2007 robbery of sports memorabilia and will be released from a Nevada prison this October.)

A famous criminal defense attorney, the 83-year-old Bailey is now flat broke, reduced to living with a hairstylist.

Last year, Bailey filed for bankruptcy after a string of scandals inside and outside the courtroom left him disbarred and shamed, including an accusation that he misappropriated funds from his defense of an alleged drug dealer.

Unable to practice law, Bailey runs a consulting business above his girl friend’s hair salon.

Bailey’s lawyer pal, Alan Dershowitz — a friend of convicted millionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein who frequently flew in the latter’s private plane to Epstein’s pedo-island, as well as provided legal assistance to the pedophile — blames “the vindictive way” Bailey’s been treated on his defense of Simpson.

Bailey continues to insist that a Los Angeles jury had reached the correct verdict in acquitting Simpson of the murders. (SFGate)

(3) Bill Cosby

The 80-year-old actor/comedian, accused by many women of rape and sexual assault, recently got off the hook when his trial for the 2004 sexual assault of Andrea Constand ended in a mistrial on June 17.

Not only has the prosecutor vowed to re-try Cosby, the National Enquirer reports that according to a source “close to Cosby,” the actor has senile dementia. The source says:

“Bill is showing signs of dementia. Some of his reasoning skills seem impaired. He’s been terribly forgetful and his normal behavior has changed. He’s doing strange things, like cutting a sandwich and eating it with a fork — and it’s not because of his vision. The problem is getting him to remember his lines, his own words. At some point, if his wife doesn’t step in — and right now that doesn’t seem like a real possibility — he’s going to need a caretaker, someone who is adept at handling a patient with dementia.”

Even Cosby’s attorney, Brian McMonagle is taken aback by his client’s impaired functioning.

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19 responses to “Karma comes in three: John McCain, F. Lee Bailey & Bill Cosby

  1. Him and OJ got much better treatment than the people of Germany did at Nuremberg trials, and the evidence was more clear with Him and OJ. What a corrupt and evil judicial system we have in Amerika.
    Germany fought the NWO and lost, is USA next?


  2. traildustfotm

    I can’t help but draw similar conclusions, Dr. Eowyn. McCain was actively backing the very people who turned North Africa, Syria and Iraq into a massive killing field and Christian genocide. A man doesn’t get much worse.

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  3. Reblogged this on kommonsentsjane and commented:

    Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

    So true. John McCain is on the water’s edge.



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  4. Jackie Puppet

    I doubt any of them are going to repent, certainly not Songbird McCain.

    We know the Lord works in mysterious ways, it’s just too bad for humanity’s sake that this didn’t happen a few decades ago…

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  5. I am in total agreement, if a person commits a crime he/she must pay twofold -here and before GOD’S SUPREME COURT.

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  6. It is so amazing reading about these three infamous characters’ final days that life, GOD, Karma, whatever it is, they are paying their dues and we are witnesses of their demise.

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  7. It has been said that those whom the gods would destroy they first drive mad. There has always been sexual and political depravity going on throughout history; We who think things are bad today ought to look at the Roman Empire: The criminal depravity of Nero and Caligula are the stuff of legend.
    Modern feminists and leftists are quick to pounce upon the record of St. Augustine; Once a libertine himself, his mother, St. Monica, spent 18 years praying for his conversion. And repent and convert he did, and not only did he go on to become one of the Church’s greatest saints, but his influence sufficiently crippled a good deal of depravity going on throughout Western Civilization for centuries to come. I used to like to think of all the damage Freud, Marx, Darwin and Nietzsche did to Western Civilization (and the rest of the human race), but the strengths of Western Civilization were not destroyed by these men alone: Their successors, men such as Jung, Bernays, Kinsey and Hefner were not able to finish the job (although God Knows they tried).

    Justice is coming for us all. I have posted my desire for McCain to repent. I hope Bailey and Cosby do, also. But I am not holding my breath: King Henry VIII—who died of syphilis—refused to make one last confession, and he insisted on dying in his sins. This is the normal state of human affairs, most regrettably. So these men strut their hour upon the stage, and they will soon be gone, to be replaced by a new generation of moral cretins! Such is the Mystery of Iniquity! Such is the mystery of free will! There are millions of ways to be wicked, but there is only One Way to be Good.

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  8. I doubt very much that there has ever been a more corrupt bunch than the one we have now. Of course, we are just looking at the employees. The real controllers are hidden. They take excellent care of their employees, however:

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  9. Of the three men mentioned McCain, Bailey, and Cosby . . . it’s rather hard to figure out how they should be ranked in order of being evil. In my estimation I would place them: 1) McCain 2) Cosby 3) Bailey.

    Lophatt was kind enough to throw Queen Killary into the mix, in which case I would rank them: 1) McCain 2) Killary 3) Cosby 4) Bailey.

    Since each of these individuals is getting towards the end of their life, and taking into consideration the degree of sinfulness they are carrying . . . I can only say that if all four of the above die close together–there will be quite the hold up at the Lord’s Judgement Bar (since there will be a great deal of activity to peruse.) I hope I don’t get stuck behind that bottleneck, you know how much I hate to stop and wait!

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  10. Voices from the Edge of Eternity
    Compiled by John Myers

    Last Hours On Earth Of The Noted French Infidel, Voltaire

    Pages 21-22:

    “When Voltaire felt the stroke which he realized must terminate in death, he was overpowered with remorse. He at once sent for the priest and wanted to be ‘reconciled to the church.’ His infidel flatterers hastened to his chamber to prevent his incantation, but it was only to witness his ignominy and their own. He cursed them to their faces and, since his distress was increased by their presence, repeatedly and loudly exclaimed, ‘Begone! It is you that have brought me to my present condition. Leave me, I say — begone! What a wretched glory is this which you have produced for me!’

    “Hoping to allay his anguish by a written recantation, he had it prepared, signed it, and saw it witnessed. But it was all unavailing. For two months he was tortured with such an agony as led him at times to gnash his teeth in impotent rage against God and man. At other times, in plaintive accents, he would plead, ‘O Christ! O Lord Jesus!’ Then, turning his face he would cry out, ‘I must die — abandoned of God and of men!’

    “As his end drew near his condition became so frightful that his infidel associates were afraid to approach his bedside. Still they guarded the door, that others might not know how awfully an infidel was compelled to die. Even his nurse repeatedly said that for all the wealth of Europe she would never see another infidel die. It was a scene of horror that lies beyond all exaggeration.

    “Such is the well-attested end of this man who had a natural sovereignty of intellect, excellent education, great wealth and much earthly honor.”

    —The Contrast Between Infidelity and Christianity


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    • Wow. I had no idea Voltaire’s last days were so tortuous.

      “‘I must die — abandoned of God and of men!’”
      In believing himself abandoned and unpardoned by God, Voltaire committed the “unforgivable sin of the Holy Spirit,” as God never abandons us and will always pardon even the blackest sins of the remorseful. Jesus said He has an “ocean of mercy”. How much more can He demonstrate his mercy and love for sinners than by willingly allowing Himself to be crucified unto death?

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  11. Here is another incredible story. I was talking with a friend who went to a Reformed Dutch church back in Iowa. He said that at this church service, this guy walked up to the pulpit and talked with the pastor. The pastor gave him the pulpit. This guy said that he was a damned soul and that he was going to go to hell after he died. He told the congregation to not reject Christ. He then left the pulpit and walked out of the church.

    I believe that the Lord has much mercy towards humanity. But I also believe that, after many times of sending messengers to people to repent and come to Christ, that they have crossed the line of no return and that they can never be saved.


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