Not a SPOOF: Senator John McCain Undergoes “Minimally Invasive Craniotomy”

In the video below with Judge Jeanine, she covers the Senators surgery and asks the question, ‘What if anything will this have on the health care vote?’


Of course, it will be delayed, (Source)  as once again, the spineless Republicans who control both Houses of Congress prove they are not willing to play hardball with the left, they just want to play nice.

From the Office of U.S. Senator John McCain (Source)

USA Today

Dan Nowick

July 17, 2017

From the Office of U.S. Senator John McCain (Source)
Dan Nowick
July 17, 2017

|THIS TEXT = TWO INCHES| (or 5cm) and that’s the size of the blood clot removed from the brain of Senator John McCain during a “routine annual physical”

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.  The removal of the skull is not “minimally invasive” and the procedure to discover a brain clot is not conducted during a “routine annual physical”.


80-year-old Senator John McCain had brain surgery to remove a blood clot the width of your three middle fingers.  

The incurious media is astounding.

Selling a statement that brain surgery is “minimally invasive” and was part of a “routine annual physical” makes no medical sense.

When was the last time the reader had an annual physical and was told they had a blood clot on the brain?

Routine physicals are not designed to make this suggestion.



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Marco Rubio to vote for Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State

crew-22312113It appears as though we are no longer a two-party system,   in the United States, but two groups of individuals who wander around aimlessly trying to get as much face times and photo time as possible pandering to their constituents back home. 


An excellent example is Senator Marco Rubio (RINO-FLA)He is still suffering through P.T.S.D. he received during the debates by President Donald Trump.


January 23, 2017

Sen. Marco Rubio said Monday that he will support former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson’s to be Secretary of State, likely paving the way toward confirmation of President Trump’s nominee after two other key Republican senators threw their weight behind him over the weekend.

Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham, who, like Mr. Rubio, had initial reservations about whether Mr. Tillerson would be aggressive enough toward Russia, said Sunday that they’re satisfied he’ll be “effective” in pushing for U.S. interests when it comes to relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin.



In his own statement Monday, Mr. Rubio indicated that his decision about Mr. Tillerson was not made easily.

The Florida Republican and member of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations said that while he has “no doubts about Mr. Tillerson’s qualifications and patriotism.”

He was concerned about the extent to which the nominee would “make the defense of liberty, democracy and human rights a priority” if confirmed as secretary of state.

How odd that Rubio never brought these issues up during the hearings.

“I was encouraged by a number of his answers through this process,” Mr. Rubio said in a statement Monday.“

I will support Mr. Tillerson’s nomination in committee and in the full Senate,” he said.

Vaudeville is not dead!


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