McCain’s Death Bed Secret Just Came Out About Who He Killed After Skeleton Suddenly Resurfaces



Recently McCain was responsible for the rejection of The ObamaCare repeal after joining the Democrats who voted against it in a 51-49 majority. As traitorous as that sounds, McCain has an even more traitorous and despicable secret of the past. July 29, 1967, marks a devastating loss for the US Navy after hundreds died and even more were severely injured. This fatal occurrence happened at the hands of no other than McCain himself who single-handedly blew up an aircraft carrier after trying to show off by ‘wet starting’ the aircraft he was preparing to pilot. In a true act of cowardice, McCain fled the fiery scene he created and watched from a secure area while his fellow Americans burned alive.

Via Freedom Daily:

John McCain graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1958 where he became commissioned as the second lieutenant naval aviator. His navy career was disastrous from the beginning, where he crashed 2 Navy jets and was involved with other nearly-fatal mishaps shortly after graduation. But because his father an grandfather were both four-star admirals, McCain got preferential treatment, and was able to continue to serve, despite being a horrible pilot. But tragically, McCain’s cocky actions as a young pilot while aboard the USS Forrestal Aircraft Carrier on July 31, 1967, would go on to kill 134 sailors, in a horrifying incident where his involvement was scrubbed from the Navy’s official records.

According to eyewitnesses that day, whose accounts were predictably buried by the Navy due to John McCain’s familial ties to two 4-star admirals, McCain decided to be a show-off, by doing a “wet start” of his jet. This reckless maneuver makes fuel build up in the engine before the plane is started. The result is a flame erupting from the tail of the plane, that’s accompanied by a startling amount of noise. After McCain started his engine in this manner, the electrical surge of this maneuver subsequently caused the accidental launching of a powerful Zuni rocket across the carrier’s deck, that hit two other parked planes that were packing 1,000-pound highly-explosive bombs.

The Burning Platform reported:

“This stunt and aftermath caused the death of 134 sailors and seriously injure (blow off arms legs, cause blindness and burns to another 161 sailors) and took the ship off the battle line for extensive repairs. Any other Navy pilot causing this type of death and destruction the Navy would have raped him and he would probably still be in the brig. Why not McCain? Well, first with many powerful connections this ‘little infraction’ was covered up by the Navy (our most politically involved/connected service by the way).”

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1 Comment

  1. Don Lott

    December 15, 2017 at 10:26 am

    Certainly not the first time in military history that the right “connections” made a big difference.

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