WaPo Mourns the Timely Death of Their Traitor Friend McCain – Trump has Taken Control

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 27, 2018

The WaPo Editorial Board, along with most other communists, Jews and communist Jews, posted a glowing review of John McCain following his death.

The WaPo kikes closed the fawning pile of lies with a big lie: “The country has lost an irreplaceable asset.”

The truth of the matter is that the Jews, pedophiles and global communism have lost an irreplaceable asset.

In a separate article, they explain why this is so terrible for the kike agenda presently: because Trump has taken control, and there is no one left in the GOP to oppose him.

Paul Ryan is resigning from Congress. McCain resigned from life. Little Lindsey is about to be exposed as a boy-fucker.

The house is coming down.

Washington Post:

Sen. John McCain’s death heralds a sea change for congressional challenges to the Trump administration on national security, as the president’s two most vocal Republican critics pass their powerful committee gavels to two of President Trump’s biggest supporters.

McCain (R-Ariz.), who used his chairmanship of the Senate Armed Services Committee to question the president’s stance on issues such as Russia, torture and immigration, leaves control to Sen. James M. Inhofe (R-Okla.). Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), who has been a one-man Greek chorus of epithets decrying Trump’s chaotic approach to diplomacy, will hand the reins to Sen. James E. Risch (R-Idaho) at the start of the new year.

If the Washington Post is praising you, you are a traitor.

Please note that that quote includes both people who are praised by Jews AND people who are not persecuted by Jews.

That means that anyone who isn’t getting bad coverage in the media is a dangerous figure.

Anyone they do not attack, they support. That is their nature.

The departure of either committee chairman would be noteworthy, as both have attracted considerable attention for criticizing the White House over foreign policies they deem flawed. But together, they portend a sweeping change in how Congress may use its oversight authority to check the president’s international agenda, according to current and former lawmakers, lobbyists and policy watchers — a changing of the guard with potentially enormous consequences for holding the president to account during crises.

“Corker and McCain, the way they have led those committees, have been exceptions to the rule. . . . Both have done a good job of really probing and questioning and disagreeing with their own Republican president when they needed to,” said former defense secretary Chuck Hagel, who also served in the Senate as a Republican alongside McCain, Corker, Inhofe and Risch. “That will shift — there’s no question about it.”

The jig is up.

Time for you niggers to quit dancing that jig.

Trump has taken control.

Instead of having a war with Russia, we’re going to bring in Russian peacekeeping forces to shut down the Mueller probe.

McCain and Corker have been celebrated for the tenacity they have brought to oversight of both Democratic and Republican administrations. As a former presidential candidate, Vietnam War hero and one of the most recognizable American statesmen on the world stage, McCain was one of the few lawmakers who could often command more authority on national security than the commander in chief — which he used to dare presidents to cross him.

Since Trump took office, that has happened most frequently on matters concerning Russia.

McCain and Corker have been as pointed in their criticism of Trump’s actions vis-a-vis Russian President Vladimir Putin as they were instrumental last year in getting Congress to pass sanctions that checked the president’s authority to scale back punitive measures against Moscow without lawmakers’ approval.

Both also led repeated legislative efforts to reaffirm the United States’ commitment to NATO in the face of presidential statements they thought were intentionally designed to undermine it.

“No prior president has ever abased himself more abjectly before a tyrant,” McCain said of Trump’s performance during a July summit in Helsinki, in which the U.S. president suggested he might take Putin’s denials of interference in the 2016 election over the findings of his own intelligence community.


That’s done.

McCain was the ringleader of this band of shills, and the Holy Saint Glioblastoma has freed us from him.

McCain was among the traitors who distributed Hillary’s pissgate dossier.

This is a monumental event, having this diabolical anti-American agent out of office.

We are one step closer to serious business.