Biden Takes Credit for Encouraging McCain to Cheat on His Disabled Wife
“I insisted that they meet. And I take credit.”
This is the exciting new decency is it?
Biden gave his latest “everyone who disagrees with me is a threat to democracy” speech in Arizona to “honor the legacy of Senator John McCain”. (You would think that open borders would be enough of an honor.)
And the speech, in typical Biden fashion, started on an awkward note.
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John and I used to travel together. When John got back from all the time in Vietnam in prison — when he was released, he decided he wanted to go back to stay in the military. And he was assigned to the United States Senate and to the military office there that travels with senators when they travel abroad.
And John and I put in a couple hundred thousand miles together. And on our way to — I think I was going to either China — I forget what the destination was — China, I think. And we stopped in — we stopped in Hawaii. And the — the Chief Naval — of Operations was there showing me around. They did an event for me.
And John kept looking at your mom. Oh, I’m serious. (Laughter.) And he said, “My God, she’s beautiful.” (Laughter.) I said — and I said, “Yeah, she is, John.” And I said, “Well, you to go up and say hi to her.” He said, “No, no, no, no, no, no.” (Laughter.) “I’m not going to do that.”
Well, as your mom come — I won’t go into more detail, but I’ll tell you: I insisted that they meet. (Laughter.) And I take credit. I take credit for you guys. (Laughter and applause.)
That might be a romantic story about Biden playing wingman to McCain, except that he was married at the time.
Biden was actually encouraging McCain to cheat on his wife who was sick and had lost her looks.
Her car had skidded on icy roads into a telegraph pole on Christmas Eve, 1969. Her pelvis and one arm were shattered by the impact and she suffered massive internal injuries.
When Carol was discharged from hospital after six months of life-saving surgery, the prognosis was bleak. In order to save her legs, surgeons
had been forced to cut away huge sections of shattered bone, taking with it her tall, willowy figure. She was confined to a wheelchair and was forced to use a catheter.
Through sheer hard work, Carol learned to walk again. But when John McCain came home from Vietnam, she had gained a lot of weight and bore little resemblance to her old self.
Joe Biden knew all this and decided to send in his wife to help get Cindy and John together.
The McCain and Biden families have been friends for a long time. In 1979, now-first lady Jill Biden introduced John McCain to then-Cindy Lou Hensley.
“It was at a cocktail party in Hawaii, and I was with my parents. Jill’s the one — ‘Why don’t you go over and talk to him?’ I guess he was looking my way. I wasn’t paying any attention anyway,” she said.
What kind of man sends in his wife to encourage another man to cheat on his disabled wife? A Joe Biden.
McCain’s despicable behavior built a friendship with Biden, but destroyed his relationship with the Reagans.
Outside her Bel-Air home, Nancy Reagan stood arm in arm with John McCain and offered a significant — but less than exuberant — endorsement.
“Ronnie and I always waited until everything was decided, and then we endorsed,” the Republican matriarch said in March. “Well, obviously this is the nominee of the party.” They were the only words she would speak during the five-minute photo op.
In a written statement, she described McCain as “a good friend for over 30 years.” But that friendship was strained in the late 1970s by McCain’s decision to divorce his first wife, Carol, who was particularly close to the Reagans, and within weeks marry Cindy Hensley, the young heiress to a lucrative Arizona beer distributorship.
The Reagans rushed to help Carol, finding her a new home in Southern California with the family of Reagan aide Edwin Meese III and a series of political and White House jobs to ease her through that difficult time.
Until McCain filed for divorce, the Reagans and their inner circle assumed he was happily married, and they were stunned to learn otherwise, according to several close aides.
“Everybody was upset with him,” recalled Nancy Reynolds, a top aide to the former president who introduced him to McCain.
All of this may be ancient history, but it matters because Cindy McCain is now acting like the guardian of some sort of legacy of decency within the GOP, when she’s actually a homewrecker who colluded with Biden.
Biden and Cindy McCain aren’t the guardians of decency, but the most indecent people around.
But here’s Biden again.
And I just told your mom: John and I had something in common, we both married way above our station — (laughter) — way above our station.
Biden and McCain did have something in common. They both cheated on their wives and lied about it.
So you can see why Jill and Cindy get along so well.
Article posted with permission from Daniel Greenfield