The current, hyper partisan state of affairs in Washington DC is abhorrent and asinine.
What can truly be accomplished with the democrats consistently ignoring their constituents and eschewing their legislative responsibilities all in the name of disparaging a President, who by all economic qualifications, is leading this nation into greatness.
And the left just thought it was a clever slogan for a hat.
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Now, in the one place where she should have been free from such monstrous behavior, we have instead been subjected to petty partisan bickering and more potshots aimed at POTUS.
A memorial service for the late Sen. John McCain on Saturday turned into a clear rebuke of President Donald Trump’s divisive politics as his daughter, two former presidents and political dignitaries used their tributes to call for a return to civility.
“The America of John McCain has no need to be made great again because America was always great,” daughter Meghan McCain said, setting the tone for eulogies by Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush.
The audience of Washington power players erupted in applause.
Standing near McCain’s flag-draped casket and with Trump’s daughter among the audience at Washington National Cathedral, Meghan McCain delivered a broadside against the uninvited president without mentioning his name.
“We gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness — the real thing, not cheap rhetoric from men who will never come near the sacrifice he gave so willingly, nor the opportunistic appropriation of those who lived lives of comfort and privilege while he suffered and served,” she said, her voice first choking back tears, then raising to anger.
Twitter users quickly came to the side of the President, who, out of respect for McCain’s wishes, did not attend the service.
A funeral is a… weird time to roast a president….
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) September 1, 2018
This new trend of using funerals and eulogies to deliver political messages is really quite disgusting.
Sympathy from death as means to sway public opinion is next level corrupt.
Everyone involved should be ashamed of themselves.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) September 1, 2018
At most funerals I’ve attended, it’s God’s love that fills the room, not hate and animus for a person who is not even in attendance.
— CJ Pearson (@thecjpearson) September 1, 2018
Even the leftists in the blog-o-sphere were fuming:
Make Funerals Poltical Again.
— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) September 1, 2018
John McCain, while he had his disagreements with the President, would certainly not have wanted this spectacle to befall his final farewell to the world.
Shame on those who made it about themselves.