Report: John McCain, Judas of the POW/MIA Movement

It's sickening how the families of the POW/MIA personnel were fully abandoned by their own government that made an oath to protect and defend them under these exact circumstances, knowing full well that they lay in some jungle prison in the Indochina regions, rotting from starvation, torture and ill-equipped to receive proper or even minimal medical treatment!

Being a veteran myself, I can only imagine the heart-throbbing pain that these families must be going through and cannot even bring myself to look upon the faces of people like McCain and John Kerry as anything other than traitors to their fellow veterans and traitors to the American people who put their faith in these colossally dishonest charlatans to do the right thing.

It is a shame to have to write these words, but Senator John McCain is a traitor to his people and to veterans and service members serving this great nation.

Many of you out there will be nodding in agreement as you're all well aware of what I'm about to reveal.  However, for many, this information I'm about to reveal is brand new and unbelievably jaw-dropping.

I would like to begin by going a bit into John McCain, the airman, and what events occurred prior to and leading up to his capture in Vietnam.


First, we must preface everything said after this point with the fact that both McCain's grandfather and his father were 4-Star Admirals in the US Navy (meaning that he was a high-profile and high-value acquisition for the enemy).

The following chronology is the “official” McCain camp version of his military experience:

  1. Enters the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland, graduating in 1958
  2. Enters Pensacola to train as a naval aviator, graduating in 1960
  3. Assigned to A-1 Skyraider squadrons aboard aircraft carriers USS Intrepid and Enterprise in the Caribbean and Mediterranean in 1965
  4. Assigned to aircraft carrier USS Forrestal, flying A-4 Skyhawks in 1967
  5. First bombing campaign, Operation Rolling Thunder, during Vietnam War in 1967
  6. Involved in burning jet accident when a bomb exploded, killing 134 sailors and taking 24 hours to control
  7. Assigned to aircraft carrier, USS Oriskany, continuing bombing runs and earning the Navy Commendation and Bronze Star Medals
  8. Shot down over North Vietnam and transferred to Hoa Lo Prison, nicknamed “Hanoi Hilton” in 1967
  9. Transferred to another camp in 1967 and was placed in solitary confinement in 1968
  10. McCain's father named commander of all US forces in Vietnam theater
  11. Subjected to severe torture and attempted suicide twice in 1968
  12. Makes anti-US propaganda confession
  13. Released from capture on March 14, 1973
  14. Attended the National War College at Fort McNair in Washington, DC in 1973-'74
  15. Flight status reinstated in 1974
  16. Awarded commanding officer of training squadron stationed in Florida in 1976
  17. Served as Navy's liaison to US Senate in 1977
  18. Retired from Navy in 1981 as captain and awarded a full disability pension
  19. During his service, he received Silver Star Medal, two Legion of Merits, Distinguished Flying Cross, three Bronze Star Medals, two Purple Heart Medals, two Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals, and Prisoner of War Medal

Remember that this is the official military chronicles of the senator by his own people.  Here's where myth separates from reality as the above narrative begins to collapse in on itself when examined through the eyes of those who served with John McCain, as well as special investigative reporters who followed his story closely enough to see gaping holes and, at times, bald-faced lies.

On the next page, we will uncover the shocking truth about how McCain helped cover up the fact that 600 soldiers and airmen were left to die in prison camps or were summarily executed:




  1. Josie
  2. Dale Franzen
  3. Dee

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