While Democrats and Rhino’s favor McCain now, since his death, the working class detested him. In fact, a recent poll shows that McCain was the third most unpopular Senators. His death doesn’t change that.
John McCain’s vice presidential running mate Sarah Palin was not invited to attend his memorial or funeral services, reported NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell. A Palin family source commented to O’Donnell, saying in part, “Out of respect to Senator McCain and his family we have nothing to add at this point.”
CNN found the whole thing pretty amusing, taking a break from their ‘trash Trump’ sessions to confirm McCain’s deathbed snub on Palin.
According to The Gateway Pundit:
“MSNBC booking producers Jesse Rodriguez and Michael Del Mouro first reported on O’Donnell’s scoop, tweeting, “NBC’s @KellyO reports: Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin has not been invited to attend memorial services for John McCain” and “No invitation has yet been extended to former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to attend McCain’s memorial services, sources tell NBC’s @KellyO.”
O’Donnell followed with, “10 years ago today, @SenJohnMcCain named @SarahPalinUSA as his running mate. She is not expected to attend memorial. The McCain family has not commented on the invitation guest list.” And “Palin family source says, “Out of respect to Senator McCain and his family we have nothing to add at this point. The Palin family will always cherish their friendship with the McCains and hold those memories dear.”
McCain died from a terminal brain cancer just a day after announcing that he would no longer be seeking treatment. President Trump was specifically named as being ‘banned’ from attending the funeral. Not that he would or even should have gone, but it was pretty petty, still.
Just as Palin had done, Trump also conducted himself respectfully and with class when given the news of McCain’s fina; snub- offering prayers to the family. You won’t hear that from the mainstream media, though,