July 17, 2017
You don’t look so good, Johnny boy.
After a few decades dedicated to systematically betraying the American people, there’s a solid chance Senator John McCain might finally be getting divine retribution for his diabolical deeds.
This better not be the universe playing tricks with my fragile heart, because by God, it’s being filled with a youthful sense of optimism at the moment.
But either way, I’ll allow myself the audacity of hope.
Sen. John McCain, 80, is recovering at his Arizona home following surgery on Friday to remove a blood clot above his left eye, according to his office. The clot was discovered during a routine physical last week, according to a statement.
Surgeons at Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix “successfully removed the 5-cm blood clot during a minimally invasive craniotomy with an eyebrow incision,” the statement said.
That’s bigger than a freaking golf ball!
What? No, I’m fine! I still have so much work to do! We still have so much to sell out to Jews…
An eyebrow incision is not a big deal, explained CNN Chief Medical Correspondent and practicing neurosurgeon Dr. Sanjay Gupta, but the bone was opened to gain access to the brain, Gupta explained on CNN’s New Day Monday.
“It’s a significant operation,” he said, adding that general anesthesia was used and “there was obviously an abnormality that was concerning enough for him to go through this.”
Gupta prefers to refer to the clot as an “abnormality” because lab results are still pending and, “it’s a pretty significant size of compression on that part of the brain.”
It’s official: McCain had a compressed brain.
But the location of the clot could be indicative of something more. “The operation seems to have gone well, but one thing worth noting is that Senator McCain has a history of invasive melanoma in and around that area,” Gupta said.
C A N C E R.
The clot was over the senator’s left eye, not far from the left temple where he was diagnosed with melanoma in 2000. The big concern is that this blood clot could signal a recurrence, according to Gupta.
“They’re calling it a blood clot. When it’s removed, you want to look at it specifically under the microscope and see if there’s anything that indicated this could be melanoma. You try to remove this early and aggressively,” he said.
No, you freaking rag head, you don’t. Unless you’re trying to help destroy America.
Which, from your name, I’d assume might be your motive in trying to cure McCain.
By the way, isn’t it funny that McCain, in spite of all his money and power, is still getting his cancer looked at by some curry-nigger doctor?
Cancer? I recommend an extreme treatment of daily curry. Make sure he poos in the street, too!
The diagnosis in 2000 was not McCain’s only history of skin cancer. He previously had three other malignant melanomas removed, on his left shoulder, left arm and left nasal wall (removed in 1993, 2000 and 2002 respectively). All were declared Stage 0, having been limited to the top layer of the skin, and were not invasive.
Wow, imagine being the doctor who saved McCain’s life. Imagine having that on your conscience.
I’d probably just shoot myself.
That’s probably why he has an Indian doctor – all the White ones either refused to treat him or offed themselves in remorse afterwards.
But seriously though.
We all need to direct our positive mental energies to McCain’s cancer.
A real man prays every night that his enemies get cancer. I’d like to think it helps.
It certainly can’t hurt.