Tuesday, November 14, 2017

AZ Senator John McCain's Double Standard Regarding Sexual Allegations

John McCain’s Double Standard when it was alledged he was having sex with someone other than his wife, it was a smear campaign. McCain wasn’t asked to resign from the senate or to drop out of his campaign. However Moore is being convicted without due process. Couldn’t this also be a smear campaign?
In February 2008, The Post and The New York Times published stories alleging McCain had had an improper relationship with lobbyist Vicki Iseman. The stories both related that the senator had developed a close relationship with the lobbyist who had business before the Commerce Committee, which he chaired.
The severity of the allegations against McCain regarding Iseman were clear. He was potentially using his position in government to do favors for someone, who was at least his friend. At worst, she was his mistress and the senator was engaging in public corruption.
Clearly these allegations would be “disqualifying” not just for any seeking the highest office in the land, but for serving in the senate — if true.
After the piece was published, McCain’s campaign team swiftly issued a statement describing the story as “gutter politics,” and clearly part of a “hit and run smear campaign.”
So, let’s get this straight. When McCain is accused, it’s a smear campaign. When Moore is accused. The women must be believed and the allegations are disqualifying.
Little bit of a double standard there?
When John McCain was a POW in Vietnam, his gorgeous wife was seriously injured in a horrible car accident.  When McCain was released, he came home to a wife who was in very bad physical condition and who had gained a lot of weight due to the lack of mobility from her injuries. What did McCain do? He left her for a richer and younger woman.

Read the full story on how McCain treated his first wife at The Daily Mail: