On July 19, 2017, the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, announced in a statement that RINO Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) had been diagnosed with the most aggressive strain of brain cancer known as Glioblastoma, also known as glioblastoma multiforme (GBM).
Dr. Solmaz Sahebjam, a neuro-oncologist at the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Fla., said, “Glioblastoma is considered to be advanced by the time of diagnosis. At this time, it is not curable, meaning there’s no way to get rid of it. The aim is to control it as long as possible.” According to the Arizona Daily Independent, patients with McCain’s glioblastoma have a 95% mortality rate within 13 months of diagnosis.
Despite his malignant brain cancer diagnosis, McCain was determined to thwart President Trump’s plans by inflicting as much political damage as possible. On July 28, 2017, he was one of three RINO senators to kill the GOP’s last-ditch effort to repeal Obamacare by joining Senate Democrats in voting no. The other two RINOs are Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska. (See “John McCain, another snake-tongue flicker, scuttles Obamacare repeal“)
About four months later on November 6, 2017, McCain was seen wearing an orthopedic or walking boot on his right leg because, we were told, of a “minor tear” in his right Achilles’ tendon.
The news spurred speculations in the Alternative Media that McCain’s medical boot was not for a torn Achilles’ tendon, but rather to conceal an ankle bracelet or monitor. See “Are Hillary’s and John McCain’s orthopedic boots actually ankle bracelets?”
16 days later on November 22, 2017, McCain tweeted a pic of himself and his wife, Cindy, showing his orthopedic boot had moved to his left leg. Below are side-by-side pics of McCain on Nov. 22 (l) and on Nov. 6 (r).
McCain’s ridiculous explanation only added fuel to the ankle monitor rumors. Old people’s skin gets very thin and easily bruised. The ankle monitor probably was chafing 81-year-old McCain’s skin, so he had the monitor moved to his left ankle, thus necessitating a walking boot on his left leg for concealment.
McCain was not seen publicly since December 2017 when he returned to his family’s compound in Cornville, Arizona before the Senate’s Christmas break. Nor was he in photos of the McCain family and friends celebrating the July 4, 2018 holiday at the compound. (ADI)
Despite his disappearance in person or in photos, including not showing up to vote in the Senate, McCain — through his office — continued to make public statements and policy positions, which prompted Republican strategist Constantin Querard to make the following observation on June 26, 2018:
The real problem, more accurately the likely scandal that is largely being ignored both by those close to the Senator, by virtually the entire media, and by Washington DC as a whole, is that Senator McCain is simultaneously invisible from the public for obvious reasons, while remarkably active in terms of public statements and policy positions. Again, if you know people who have suffered from this disease, you know full well that in their later months, none of them would likely be participating in philosophical or political policy debates. None of them would likely be drafting policy positions for press releases.
13 months after McCain’s brain cancer diagnosis on Saturday, August 24, 2018, McCain’s family announced that he had chosen to discontinue medical treatment. The next day, August 25, 2018, his Senate office said McCain had died that afternoon, at age 81, surrounded by his wife and family.
The death of John McCain is mourned and grandly eulogized by the same two-faced MSM who had heaped scorn on him when he ran against Barack Obama for the presidency in 2008. In the Alternative Media, however, there are those who question whether he had really died from brain cancer. Their skepticism stems from the following:
(1) Q Anon predicted McCain’s death a month before
On July 25, 2018, at 18:28 (EST), the Trump White House insider who calls himself Q published his 1706th post — of an image of John McCain making the “hands up” surrender gesture, and referring to McCain as “No Name”.
Note that Q’s post was published at 18:28 (EST) or 6:28 PM (EST), which would be 4:28 PM (Mountain Time). Arizona is on Mountain Time.
According to CBS News, John McCain died on August 25, 2018, at 4:28 PM (Mountain Time).
In other words, Q published his post #1706 a month before McCain’s death, at exactly the same time when McCain died (4:28 PM Mountain Time).
A day after McCain’s death, Q published post #1932, with the words “Suicide weekend?”, “Hands up?”,  and [0:28].
“Suicide weekend?”: McCain had died on the weekend of Saturday, August 25. Is Q intimating that McCain’s death was from suicide?
“Hands up?”: A reference to the image of McCain with his hands up, signifying surrender.
[0:28]: Is this a reference to the time of Q post #1706’s 18:28 (EST), i.e., 6:28 PM (EST), which is 4:28 PM (MT), McCain’s time of death?
: According to JustInformedNews,  refers to the “metaphorical kill box”. In military jargon, a “kill box” means targeted killing. As defined in the Department of Defense Dictionary, kill boxes are “a three-dimensional area reference that enables timely, effective coordination and control and facilitates rapid attacks.” Kill boxes are three-dimensional cubes of space on a battlefield in which members and allies of the United States military are completely free to open fire. (The Atlantic)
If Q indeed had predicted John McCain’s death to the minute a month before, that means McCain could not have died from brain cancer. Instead, he was executed (“kill box”) or allowed to commit suicide (“suicide weekend”).
(2) John Kasich said McCain was “put to death”
On September 6, 2018, Ohio Governor John Kasich was interviewed by CNN’s Chris Cuomo, griping about President Trump being a “commander of chaos”.
At the 5:03 mark in the video below, Kasich said something shocking, which Cuomo simply ignored as if Kasich hadn’t said it. Kasich said:
“Its like 24 hours since John McCain was put to death“.
Here’s the video in MP4 format in case YouTube takes down the video:
By the way, John Kasich, you POS, President Trump is “getting things done”. Or do you think a booming economy of 4+% GDP growth, the lowest unemployment numbers in 49 years, decreases in illegal border crossings and refugees, peace with North Korea (I can go on) constitute not “getting things done”?
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