Psycho John McCain Pushes POW's Relative Into Wall, Nearly Punches Wheelchair-Bound Lady
John "McNasty" McCain has a well-deserved reputation as a vulgar and delusional psychopath who should be locked up in a crazy house forever, but a Sunday feature on Walnuts' insanity includes an example from the recent past that tops anything else we've ever heard. First he knocked some poor lady into the wall of a Senate office building, and then he nearly punched out another old lady in a wheelchair.
About 25 members of the National Alliance of Families for the Return of America's Missing Servicemen and Women went to McCain's office in 1996, after the group's meeting in Washington. They wanted to see McCain and talk about their relatives who never came home from Vietnam -- McCain worked aggressively to end U.S. efforts to find the remains of American POWs in Vietnam, and he is despised by military families for selling out to the communist Viet Cong.
McClatchy's Washington bureau reported Sunday:
Six people present have written statements describing what they saw. According to the accounts, McCain waved his hand to shoo away Jeannette Jenkins, whose cousin was last seen in South Vietnam in 1970, causing her to hit a wall.
As McCain continued walking, Jane Duke Gaylor, the mother of another missing serviceman, approached the senator. Gaylor, in a wheelchair equipped with portable oxygen, stretched her arms toward McCain.
"McCain stopped, glared at her, raised his left arm ready to strike her, composed himself and pushed the wheelchair away from him," according to Eleanor Apodaca, the sister of an Air Force captain missing since 1967.
McCain's history of hot temper raises concerns [McClatchy]
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