Senator John McCain was not under duress by North Vietnamese communists when he blabbed military information and lent his voice to propaganda broadcasts, says GotNews.com‘s McCain expert.
The same nimble researcher who discovered the audio tapes of John McCain’s propaganda broadcasts for his North Vietnamese captors says “after reading his article and what he says in book – not under duress.”
“Really outrageous,” he adds.
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The McCain “Tokyo Rose” audio tapes have not been heard in almost 50 years. The last people who heard them — until yesterday — were American soldiers in the jungles of Vietnam.
— WeSearchr (@wesearchr) August 4, 2016
Our researcher sends us “a key quote” from an interview with John McCain at US News to illustrate his point:
When I saw it, I said to the guard, “O.K., get the officer.” An officer came in after a few minutes. It was the man that we came to know very well as “The Bug.” He was a psychotic torturer, one of the worst fiends that we had to deal with. I said, “O.K., I’ll give you military information if you will take me to the hospital.” He left and came back with a doctor, a guy that we called “Zorba,” who was completely incompetent. He squatted down, took my pulse. He did not speak English, but shook his head and jabbered to “The Bug.” I asked, “Are you going to take me to the hospital?” “The Bug” replied, “It’s too late.” I said, “If you take me to the hospital, I’ll get well.”
Senator John McCain is currently running for re-election as a Republican, although he is facing a primary challenger from the right in Dr. Kelli Ward.
He also didn’t get the endorsement of extremely popular and outspoken Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump.