Senator John McCain Undergoes “Minimally Invasive Craniotomy”?…

|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” is just silly.

No idea why, but it’s just sketchy…

Suspicious cat remains suspicious.

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704 Responses to Senator John McCain Undergoes “Minimally Invasive Craniotomy”?…

  1. Bubba says:

    All that arms trafficking must be tough an that 80 year old body. Or, maybe, they’re getting too close to exposing him & Lindsey & the others in the senate arms services committee. Arsenal, diplomatic cover, Azerbaijan, Silk Way Airlines, Baku, NATO Generals, ISIS, White Phosphorus, Depleted Uranium. Do some research.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Marygrace Powers says:

      You nailed it Bubba – ALL of the above.

      Liked by 3 people

      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Oh, and Grassley, on Wednesday, is supposed to hold a Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing with one of the co-Founders of Fusion GPS. Glenn Simpson is his name, if he shows.

        Mr. Simpson’s firm, Fusion GPS, hired former British intelligence agent commissioned Christopher Steele to compile opposition research on then-candidate Trump, (when turned in to the “golden showers” report.

        For months Mr. Steele’s salacious 35-page dossier of unverified information was cited by Democrats as the reason for a special commission to investigate Mr. Trump and his aides for a supposed role in Russia’s hacking of Democratic Party email servers.

        Grassley has been on him (now threatening subpoena) since spring.

        McNasty may be hiding out. His fingerprints are all over this mess.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          Also just had a thought…….the original Senate yearly calendar called for 5 weeks off at this time. The Senate was only to be in session this one more week (17the-21st) then not back until Labor Day. (The only reason that August off was ever started was before the buildings were air conditioned, btw.)

          Anywhoo, that would’ve originally given McNasty time to heal from his incognito- craniotomy. TurtleHead knows…….

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          • Ozzie says:

            McCain, like a cheating spouse can never be trusted. Like most politicians they are loyal to nobody. Stark contrast to Trumps people. Trump nailed him day one, He just didn’t go far enough and call him a traitor.
            I’m to the opinion God will not be mocked, what you sow you will reap. I am waiting to see the outcome in the near future of many of these traitors. They sow some of the most destructive deception in our country, Let’s see what that fruit looks like.

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            • Old Lady says:

              I agree with you Big Mama. God gave us a leader and those trying to destroy him (and us) and our nation will pay the piper. God is a just God.

              Liked by 1 person

    • domain496 says:

      they should lobotomize him while they’ve got him under
      …be hard to tell the difference when he recovers

      Liked by 1 person

    • JCscuba says:

      Thanks, Sundance, great Job, I posted this on my site with link back to yours. J.C.

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    • pac7071 says:

      Agree with you there Bubba. Also this ‘minimally invasive’ surgery is bunk. This is serious stuff. Remember Ted Kennedy and how they attempted to downplay a his tumor. It’s long overdue for MCain to retire.

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    • filia.aurea says:

      That trip to Pakistan with Locohontes didn’t help either.

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  2. Melski says:

    All I can say is I hope, I hope, I hope… Enough said.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. dannz says:

    Put his lid back on, no brain in there.

    Liked by 7 people

  4. NoeliCannoli says:

    There is no such thing as “minimally invasive surgery” when it cmes to the brain. Sounds like region of pre-frontal and frontal lobes. Likely side effects postop include emotional dysregulation. Also customary surgical risks of hemorrhage, infection etc. At his advanced age, this is not a minor procedure.

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    • Of course there is such a thing as minimally invasive surgery even when it’s brain surgery. Instead of removing a big section of the skull for doing the surgery, they made as small a hole they could, thus making the surgery by definition minimally invasive. Just like e.g. gall bladder can be removed by making one large incision or through laparoscotomy. (Laparoscotomy means cutting 4 small holes for instruments and an optical fiber camera to perform the operation.) Laparoscotomy is minimally invasive as the incisions are kept to minimum, therefore requiring less time to recover from the surgery. Minimally invasive surgery is major surgery requiring full anesthesia, but it’s just done in a less invasive manner.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      It may have been minimally invasive simply because of current surgical technology available. but the idea that it was “found” at his “routine physical examination” is hooey, because he would have had symptoms – headache, blurred vision, pressure behind the eye, etc. 2.54cm = 1 inch, so we’re talking almost 2 inches. He was feeling something.

      Sounds like another Hillary Clinton recovering from pneumonia in a day story, or a seizure in a couple of hours like she did at that Sept. 11th event. The more I’ve watched her coming out of the “clinic” – daughter’s apartment, the more I’m convinced that was a body double. Woman looked and moved younger than Hillary.

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  5. Sounds like a brain tumor.

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Paul says:

    I may get some flack for stating this but screw john Mc Cain. Look what he’s done to our country . He’s annoying old evil peace of garbage. When he was in the airforce , look at the tragerdy he caused then . Every thing he seems to touch is death. I hope he drops dead. Dont be surprised he’ll be back doing the same BS . Running around on national television saying stupid things that he’s the one the behind it . Go to hell mc Cain .

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  7. Wink says:

    I would think that the swamp creatures might be worried that McCain while under medication might start spilling the beans on everything.

    Liked by 9 people

  8. MaineCoon says:

    CRS [Congressional Research Service]: Incapacity of a Member of the Senate, December 15, 2006, excerpt below.

    Abstract

    There is no specific protocol, procedure, or authority set out in the United States Constitution, federal law, or congressional rule for the Senate (or the House) to recognize “incapacity” of a sitting Member and thereby declare a “vacancy” in such office. Under the general practice in the Senate (as well as in the House), a personal “incapacity” of a sitting Member has not generated proceedings to declare the seat vacant, and sitting Members of the Senate (and the House) who have become incapacitated, and who have not resigned, have generally served out their terms of office. In one instance in the House, a Member-elect who was incapacitated and comatose, and thus could not present herself to take the oath of office (Gladys Noon Spellman, of Maryland), was found not likely to recover, and the House proceeded to declare her seat vacant after the beginning of the new Congress. However, no such precedent exists for a sitting Member of either House who has taken the oath of office, and a vacancy with respect to such a sitting Member would generally exist only by virtue of resignation, death, acceptance of an incompatible office, or expulsion.

    https://wikileaks.org/wiki/CRS:_Incapacity_of_a_Member_of_the_Senate,_December_15,_2006

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  9. Risasi says:

    Just imagine what they’d find if they “minimally invasived” Pelosi’s cranium. :shudder:

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  10. Dave says:

    It was a “horn” that was in early stage of growth. He expects the other one by spring! Actually, the clot was the result of the recent devastating news that ISIS was losing! He might suffer great monetary loss it appears.

    Liked by 15 people

  11. MIKE says:

    I hope he pulls out of this OK. Then I hope he retires immediately from unipartyitics. Still somewhat bitter I had to vote for this schlub.

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  12. JoD says:

    The jets have recently been turned up regarding Johnny’s never-Trumper “activities.”
    Even the usual radio talk show hosts have been hanging McCain and his “dossier” out to dry.
    Naturally, this “medical emergency” seemed well-timed to attempt to turn down the heat.
    I am not a doctor, nor do I play one on TV, but I do have some personal experience in this area.
    The medical report is PR Pap.
    These findings are absolutely NOT discovered during a routine physical.
    He has probably been symptomatic for some time.
    McCain has an extensive Melanoma history.
    The prognosis may be negative, but the timing is positively perfect.

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    • Esperanza says:

      We know he’s been symptomatic.

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    • TXBlueSquid says:

      Remember several weeks ago when he was speaking during a Senate hearing and he spoke strangely. I was watching that live on TV and I wondered if he had some type of early dementia. Masses inside the cranium, whether tumors or blood clots, cause also cause speech, memory and cognitive dysfunction. Just thinking that this is more serious than they are stating presently. I found it interesting that they are waiting for pathology reports. Are blood clots normally sent for pathology? I guess they would if the cause was not known. But, I agree with Sundance’s cat, the way this is being presented is suspicious, indeed.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        No, blood clots are not usually “sent” to pathology unless they’re attached to a growth of some type, a tumor. He had to have been symptomatic, went to MD. I had heard of the clip where he was noted to speak strangely, and that may well be signs of trouble.

        Again, something is going on – it would not surprise me if his melanoma has metastasized – to the brain.

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  13. I just saw on FB that he might miss the vote for healthcare. What does this do? Do we still need 51?

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    • M33 says:

      I was wondering this as well.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Well, TurtleHead announced on Friday, that the vote would be delay a week for McNasty. So……if McNasty is already planning to miss a supposed vote….hmmmm…….Oh, and don’t foget VP makes 51 if needed, but there is so much crap already in the bill….to buy votes……just like ObieCare, except this one will be called TrumpCare.

      What Trump is being told, and what get voted on are going to be different. After the Senate vote (whenever) it will then go back for Conference to get something that will pass. Then the voting round again before the going to the POTUS desk.

      From The Federalist…… http://thefederalist.com/2017/07/14/5-backroom-deals-inside-latest-senate-health-care-bill/?utm_source=footnotes-conser

      “………..The Buy Off Lisa Murkowski Again Fund: Section 106 of the bill includes new language ­page 13, lines 4 through 13, and page 18, line 12 through page 19, line 4­dedicating one percent of the new Stability Fund dollars to “each state where the cost of insurance premiums are at least 75 percent higher than the national average.” As a Bloomberg story noted, this provision currently applies only to Alaska, and could result in $1.32 billion in Stability Fund dollars automatically being directed to Alaska.

      The Alaskan Pipeline: The revised Section 126 of the bill includes modified language­page 44, lines 9 through 17­changing certain Medicaid payments to hospitals based on a state’s overall uninsured population, not its Medicaid enrollment. As Bloomberg noted, this provision would also benefit Alaska, because Alaska recently expanded its Medicaid program, and therefore would qualify for fewer dollars under the formula in the original base bill.

      The Moral Hazard Expansion: The underlying bill determined Medicaid per capita caps based on eight consecutive fiscal quarters­i.e., two years ­of Medicaid spending. However, the revised bill includes language beginning on line 6 of page 59 that would allow “late expanding Medicaid states”­defined as those who expanded between and July 1, 2015 and September 30, 2016­to base their spending on only four consecutive quarters. Relevant states who qualify under this definition include Alaska (expanded effective September 1, 2015), Montana (expanded effective January 1, 2016), and Louisiana (expanded effective July 1, 2016).

      The South Dakota Purchase: The revised bill includes a new Section 138, which makes services provided by a state to Indian Health Service enrollees subject to a 100 percent federal Medicaid match. Under current law, only services “received through an Indian Health Service facility whether operated by the Indian Health Service or by an Indian tribe or tribal organization” are subject to a 100 percent match. South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard has pushed this provision for over a year, saying he would expand Medicaid under Obamacare ­but only if the federal government would agree to provide a 100 percent reimbursement for all Medicaid services provided to Indian Health Service enrollees.

      The Buffalo Bribe:This provision, originally included in the House-passed bill, remains in the Senate version, beginning at line 12 of page 69. Originally dubbed the “Buffalo Bribe,” and inserted at the behest of congressmen from upstate New York, the provision would essentially penalize that state if it continues to require counties to contribute to the Medicaid program’s costs.

      More to Come?

      While the current bill contains at least half a dozen targeted provisions, many more could be on the way. By removing repeal of the net investment tax and Medicare “high-income” tax, the bill retains over $230 billion in revenue. Yet the revised bill spends far less than that­$70 billion more for the Stability Fund, $43 billion more in opioid funding, and a new $8 billion demonstration project for home and community-based services in Medicaid.

      Even after the added revenue loss from additional health savings account incentives, Senate leadership could have roughly $100 billion more to spend in their revised bill draft­which of course they will. Recall too that the original Senate bill allowed for nearly $200 billion in “candy” to distribute to persuade wayward lawmakers. In both number and dollar amount, the number of “deals” to date may dwarf what’s to come……….”

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    • Somewhere in Dixie says:

      It makes no difference. He would probably vote to keep it.

      Liked by 2 people

  14. MfM says:

    I’ve been seeing some other news media pick up on this. Of course not giving TCTH credit, but bringing up many of the same concerns.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. joshua says:

    he was OK until he heard he had blood on the brain, so he poked a full tampax into his left ear…and the rest is history…….

    Liked by 5 people

  16. maiingankwe says:

    My father-in-law just had a blood clot removed from his brain. The procedure took about fifteen minutes to complete. They drilled a hole, put a tube in and let the draining commence. He had the tube in for three days. He was constantly asking what size bit they used to drill in his skull. Never did get an answer because they kept referring him to the surgeon, and then he’d forget.

    The nurse in the ICU was really nice and allowed me to view his brain scan to see the blood clot and so forth. He had an area twice of what was measured in red that was explained to be old blood just sitting there on the front right side. He also had a smaller area of old blood on the other side, but was smaller, about the size Sundance had measured in red.

    My Father-in-law was in the hospital for more than five days because he didn’t have his Balance back yet. He also returned to the hospital a few days after because they had found a blood clot in his leg. I haven’t gotten an update and won’t until tomorrow.

    I explained the above because removing a blood clot from the brain is not an in and out procedure, and is far more serious than they are letting on. One would think with all of the Conservative doctors out there, they would provide a better story.

    I don’t wish any ill will towards anyone, but I cannot gather any empathy for this dispicable jerk. While I was washing dishes I couldn’t figure out why they would stop the whole health thing because he is out. It’s not like he is writing the dang thing. Something is definitely up.

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    • asawasa says:

      maybe because his no vote is already known and Mitch the turtle is waiting to see if they have to replace him or proceed with McCan’t.

      Liked by 2 people

    • I am hoping for speedy and complete recovery for your father-in-law.

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    • distracted2 says:

      Any procedure at his advanced age, is significant. There’s nothing minimal about it.

      Also, does this mean that the Senate is going to abstain from any votes for the rest of the term if McCain is incapacitated?

      I swear, Congress is useless. Absolutely useless. It is unable or unwilling – neither of which is good – to accomplish anything at all but draw a salary and talk to the media about Russia. And that is only to make a name for themselves in an effort to be reelected.

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      • 1american1st says:

        If they don’t get their crap together & start supporting the President that WE THE PEOPLE elected they might find themselves UN-elected in the upcoming Primaries.

        They should all be demanding that the low-life Democrats approve President Trumps picks in order to drain the swamp & stop the leaks. What is going on in the District of Corruption anyway?!?

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      • sturmudgeon says:

        Hey…careful with that “advanced age” business… I’m 82..

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      May God bless and heal your FIL and make these procedures and his recovery a testament to God’s mercy and grace!

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      • maiingankwe says:

        Thank you so much, talked to him today and he is in good spirits except for his food restrictions. When he was in there the first time he was eating like a king and had green chili with everything. I’m surprised he didn’t put it on his cereal, but he did put it on his eggs. Green eggs and no ham. 😁

        He went in the second time because he was all swollen up and couldn’t even bend his fingers. He was supposed to have people come to his house from the hospital, but they never showed up. Probably couldn’t find the dang place. I know I had to ask my phone for directions more than once, so they should’ve used a gps or their phone’s GPS. So, he’s not too happy about that either and thinks they could’ve caught it earlier if they had stopped by as planned.

        He’s on a no salt diet, but other than that he’s doing great and will come home soon we hope.

        Thank you for your kindness, be well,
        Ma’iingankwe

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          Lite Salt (more potassium, less sodium–good unless kidneys are compromised, in which case, too much potassium can be a killer) and smoked paprika can greatly minimize the desire for NaCl for flavor.

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          • maiingankwe says:

            Smoked paprika is a great idea, I will most definitely pass it on. I will also ask about his kidneys to make sure I don’t give the wrong suggestion on lite salt.

            Thank you so much for your help!

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  17. Bill W. says:

    Two points- First, he couldn’t have a better institute to do the procedure, especially the one in Minnesota, perhaps as well in Az. Even at 80, which is less ideal perhaps than at 50, all things the same.

    Second, aside from the complications mentioned as possibles, assuming their press release is drastically simplified, for the unknowing public, while it could have been a brain bleed (hemorrhage), given its quoted size, a dramatic simplification also could have been of a not too uncommon AV malformation, or remote chance of aneurism, etc. Another complication possible from the trauma, of such a 2″ “clot” is epileptiform or straight seizures, at some point post op. days to years. My guess is good possible that it actually was an AV malformation, of some duration, that got recognized, based on what I consider potential emotional symptoms. Or a serious acute traumatic hemorrhage event occurred, opposite of a stroke, perhaps complication secondary to possibly being on anticoagulants, that were not disclosed.

    Depending on the site and exact nature of the lesion, a number of behavior issues could be initiated post procedure, and just for completeness, the presence of the clot, especially if an AV or similar longer term lesion, easily could have been the cause of some of the contradictory behavior that has been on display, for some time now, that at least I have thought I had noticed, with disappointment. Also, headaches, and photic effects could have been experienced, by Mc Cain personally.

    Mayo is particularly the number one go to place, for the most difficult cerebral procedures, especially stereotactically, where possible. No, I have no connection to them, all this is on the web. This could lead to retirement.

    All this is conjecture, time will tell if details become released.

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    • blognificentbee says:

      What’s AV? Thanks for informative post.

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      • Bill W. says:

        arterio-venous malformation, a “birds nest” like tangle of tiny weak capillary like vessels, that tend to leak over time. Can become fair sized over time. The press release implies location was frontal lobe, emotions, anger management, etc..

        Also, forgot to include that it could be possible some brain trauma had occurred during “interrogations” during stay at Hanoi Hilton, that involved this result, but that is a bit of a reach, not too far, but a bit.

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  18. millwright says:

    The press release on Sen. McCain’s alleged “condition” IMO reeks of powder smoke. ( aka the fog of war ) vintage. Since we know nothing factual about his health history, medications, etc speculation at this point is a WAG but the statement is so vague and contradictory as to give lie to its intended purpose. Personally, I don’t see any cranial surgery involving penetration of the dura in an octagnerian as a minor procedure. Or one without possible downstream consequences as the described procedure involved the frontal lobe .

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  19. thesitrep says:

    Maybe he is really in protective custody rolling on the Clintons and Obummer.
    Well, a fella can dream.

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    • 1american1st says:

      McCain has been 1 step from being a full blown Democrat for decades. For the life of me I can’t figure out how he got elected in AZ in the first place. He only pretends to be a Reoublican during the Primaries, then he regresses to supporting the DNC & their flunkies.

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  20. dreadnok89 says:

    Hes running scared from that dopey dossier.

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  21. blognificentbee says:

    Relief, thank you Treeps. Was off of the Internet for a large portion of the day, then check in here to find my guilty thoughts about McCrook are not too far off from others. Whew, thought I would need to get my tinfoil hat on, until I got here! 😜

    1. Why is the first reaction from Turtle to delay he HC vote? Um, no!
    2. “Minimally” evasive surgery for a blood clot in his head. Um, no!
    3. He admitted just a few days ago his involvement in the pee-pee dossier, after all of these months. He just suddenly releases a statement and gets a blood clot within the same week? Um, no!!!!!

    I do not wish ill health on anyone – ever. But yes, sketchy is the word for this scenario.

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  22. Realist says:

    Blood clots on the brain an erratic irrational behaviour go together hand in hand.

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  23. Realist says:

    Dear Traitorous Lying RINO Mc Cain heard about the blood clot on your brain hope its nothing TRIVIAL

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  24. Maquis says:

    Since Senator McCain was not using his head for an appreciable length of time HRC asked if she could pop her brain in for awhile so she could participate in the Senate Healthcare proceedings just to make sure things go…South. Obviously the good Senator obliged.

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  25. Jimmy Jack says:

    Pelosi’ garbled talk and inappropriate laughter make me wonder if she had a stroke recently as well.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      It is NOT NORMAL! She makes me cringe she is so odd. I am embarrassed for her. Something is not right. I’ve wondered about a stroke or a series of small strokes, or dementia, or Parkinsons. Something is wrong with her brain.

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    • 1american1st says:

      The way that Pelosi has been talking for decades tends to make one think she was dropped on her punkin’ head when she was a baby. There can’t be any other explanation for her insane statements.

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  26. Ivehadit says:

    Not to br snarky if he is truly ill, but …I wonder if he is going to borrow Hillary’s glasses…

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  27. MissingAndrew says:

    American people would like to know SENATOR McCain Health Insurance plan,
    Obamacare?, medicare?, private? He seams to be very please with it.
    Maybe it should be discused on the Senate floor, so we ALL can have such excelent Healthcare

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  28. Martin says:

    If the eyes are windows to the soul, it seems Sen. McCain’s soul is bloody.

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  29. MissingAndrew says:

    Had Dr Carson make any comments on this?
    You do no need to BE a BRAIN SURGEON to KNOW that Intracranial hemorrhage is not something just discovered on “routine annual” physical. and that brain surgery for intracranial hemorrhage
    is not “minimally invasive”.

    FAKE NEWS,
    VERY FAKE NEWS.

    Let’s, just for moment, change the patient, lets say, someone on a Upper up on another branch of DC, will the reporting will be the same? or will be TOTALLY ALARMING?
    Impeachable for sure.

    However we all should be praying for Senator McCain speedy recovery.

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  30. cdnintx says:

    The timing seems suspect with the heat turned up on him recently……..during the routine physical the Dr. could have noted his bizarre behavior and requested further testing?…….who wants to bet he will now have amnesia……..dossier? what dossier?……..even though that part of the brain does not affect memory

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  31. 1american1st says:

    This is a good opportunity for Juan McCain to retire from his full time anti-Trump Senator’s position. Perhaps he could become a part-time consultant for the DNC or La Raza.

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  32. 6x47 says:

    Maybe this will cure McCain’s breathtaking stupidity.

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  33. MissingAndrew says:

    Maybe CNN should interview the Head of Neurosurgery at Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital, Dr Amelia Shepherd, M.D./s

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amelia_Shepherd

    FAKE NEWS, FAKE DOCTORS

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  34. ej says:

    So they gave him a lobotomy. That is good.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. TigerBear says:

    God willing……he won’t be able to return to the senate, and will be replaced soon! I am not wishing him ill, but I am hoping this medical issue will prevent his return!

    Liked by 2 people

    • 1american1st says:

      I agree 100%. I don’t wish him ill either, but he needs to retire.
      This time I hope the good folks in Arizona will choose a Republican instead of a Democrat in Republican clothes like McCain.

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  36. Gary lacey says:

    curious to why the MSM is whitewashing his diagnosis, he is after all a POS? A nobody!

    Liked by 1 person

  37. dbethd says:

    The suspicious cat was definitely rolling in my mind.

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  38. Randolph Oberlin says:

    Too many posters here acting like democrats. I don’t like McCain in the least, but I am not hoping for those I don’t like to drop dead. Hope he recovers and, after this medical episode, has enough sense to retire gracefully. He was horribly tortured as a POW.

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      Is there documentation as to “how horribly” he was tortured? I do NOT trust this guy!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Kiwi Kris says:

      According to his fellow inmates he was a collaborator & started squarking at the first opportunity. That’s why the Congress quickly absolved any & all soldiers from Vietnam of anything they did to aid the enemy after the war.. It was written essentially to cover up HIS aiding of the enemy. Do a few interweb searches – many of his “comrades” from the NVA prisons have gone on the record with the truth about “Songbird” McCain. The recordings of his propaganda broardcasts were recently unearthed in the Library of Congress where they had been “misfiled”. Of course we heard all about that from the MSM . . . NOT !!

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  39. Phil aka Felipe says:

    “Suspicious cat remains suspicious.”

    Color me suspicious too because of this:

    “Sen. McCain Faces Questions In Trump Dossier Lawsuit”

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/11/john-mccain-called-for-questioning-in-trump-dossier-lawsuit/

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  40. iRest says:

    Craniotomy, searching for signs of intelligent reasoning or the spine?

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