Trump Warns McCain: “I fight back”

As a dead man walking, Senator John McCain is free to unleash the evil that lies within his tortured soul.

In the past he was partially constrained by his desire to be reelected. He no longer has that worry. He’s letting it all hang out now. His master, Satan, will be waiting for him at the gates of Hell, welcoming a brother.


President Donald Trump, hours after Sen. John McCain delivered a speech that repudiated the President, warned the Arizona Republican to “be careful” because at some point he will “fight back.”

McCain, while accepting the Liberty Medal in Philadelphia on Monday night, warned the United States against turning toward “half-baked, spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems.”

The speech was a repudiation of Trump, who the Arizona Republican has long feuded with, and the worldview that catapulted him to office.
Trump told Chris Plante of “The Chris Plante Show” on Tuesday that he heard the criticism and warned McCain to be careful.

“He was taking shots at you again yesterday,” Plante said. “You heard what he said yesterday, Sen. McCain?”

“Yeah, well I hear it. And people have to be careful because at some point I fight back,” Trump said. “I’m being very nice. I’m being very, very nice. But at some point I fight back, and it won’t be pretty.”

Responding to Trump’s threat, McCain bluntly told reporters Tuesday: “I’ve faced far greater challenges than this.”

McCain and Trump’s feud has dated back years, ever since the then-2016 candidate said the senator wasn’t a war hero because he was captured in Vietnam.

“He is not a war hero,” Trump told pollster Frank Luntz in 2015.
“He is a war hero,” Luntz interjected.

“He is a war hero because he was captured,” Trump said, cutting him off. “I like people that weren’t captured, OK? I hate to tell you. He is a war hero because he was captured.”

The feud continued throughout the 2016 campaign, with McCain regularly faulting the Republican standard bearer for comments he made on the campaign trail. McCain withdrew his support for Trump when the “Access Hollywood” video was made public, showing the 2016 Republican nominee bragging about sexually assaulting women.

Both Trump and McCain won re-election, but their feud continued, with the Arizona senator casting a deciding vote against the Republican health care plan.

The act of defiance stung Trump.

“Sen. McCain, you mean the one who voted against Obamacare?” Trump asked, rhetorically, during a sweeping August news conference. “You mean Sen. McCain who voted against us getting good health care?”

This public back-and-forth contributed to McCain’s speech Monday, where he was honored by Democrats and Republicans alike for a lifetime of service. McCain was diagnosed with brain cancer earlier this year.

The Arizona senator and his party’s 2008 presidential nominee described that “half-baked, spurious nationalism” as “unpatriotic as an attachment to any other tired dogma of the past that Americans consigned to the ash heap of history.”

I’m certain that Trump has a dossier on McCain as thick as a law book. McCain’s corruption, his womanizing, his treason in Vietnam–all of it just might leak.

Wouldn’t that be just too bad???!!!

Senator John McCain Turns Ugly When Confronted by Fox News Reporter with Legit Question (Video)

Thirty-five seconds of McStain’s famous rudeness on display.

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Down Low Atlanta Sheriff Out for Some “Muh Dikkin” Gets Arrested for Indecent Exposure


Latest reports say that Sheriff Mann has suspended himself for conduct unbecoming an officer. Read more here.

The suspension is for just one week. The Sheriff also pledged to donate a week’s pay to a charity.This story reports that some in Atlanta have been calling for Mann’s resignation.

Because Atlanta is overwhelmingly black, why bother to replace one black sheriff with another one, who may be doing worse things than looking for some man-on-man loving.

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ATLANTA -Atlanta police say a Dekalb County sheriff was arrested Saturday night in Piedmont Park on indecency, obstruction charges

According to an official police report, an officer patrolling Piedmont Park around 11 p.m. noticed the suspect, later identified as Jeffrey Mann fondling himself in an area of the park known for sexual acts after dark.

The officer stated in the report that Mann started to walk toward him and then completely exposed his genitals as he continued to fondle himself. The officer said he hid behind a tree to prevent Mann from seeing the reflective tape on his City of Atlanta police bicycle. When Mann came within a few feet of him, he pointed his flashlight at him. That’s when he took off running, according to the officer’s report

The officer said during the chase he identified himself as police and demanded the suspect stop but Mann didn’t.

“I ran behind the male, yelling, ‘Police, STOP!'” wrote the officer.

The bicycle officer said after chasing Mann for about a quarter mile across 10th Street to a residential area of Midtown, Mann gave himself up when he realized the officer was gaining on him and was taken into custody.

In the police report, it says Mann lost ground because he had to stop and tie his shoes

The Atlanta Police Department declined to comment on the arrest, saying that it is an ongoing investigation. Mann bonded out of the Atlanta city jail. Both charges against him are misdemeanors.

The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office released a statement on Sunday that read:

“DeKalb County Sheriff Jeffrey L. Mann was arrested last night, May 6, 2017, by the City of Atlanta Police Department on charges of indecency and obstruction. He is working with City of Atlanta to clear these charges.”

Mann, who was first elected sheriff in 2014 and served in the department since 2001, has been released from the Atlanta City Jail on bond.