Cindy McCain feeds blame-Trump vultures by posting stranger’s vicious message to her about her late husband

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The widow of the late Sen. John McCain exposed a vile message from a stranger who said she was “glad” the “traitorous” Arizona Republican was dead.

Cindy McCain shared the vicious message on Twitter just as President Trump had again criticized the late senator who died over six months ago after a battle with brain cancer. The timing of her tweet seemed to many to suggest she was blaming the president for inciting the hatred from others.

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“I want to make sure all of you could see how kind and loving a stranger can be. I’m posting her note for her family and friends could see,” she wrote Tuesday, along with a screenshot of the message.

“Your husband was a traitorous piece of warmongering s*** and I’m glad he’s dead. Hope your Mrs. Piggy looking daughter chokes to death on the next burger she stuffs down her fat neck, too, c***,” the woman wrote in her message and referring to the couple’s daughter Meghan McCain.

Trump lashed out at the late senator over the weekend, quoting former independent counsel Ken Starr in a tweet on the “stains” of McCain’s legacy, including his ObamaCare vote.

In discussing the infamous Steele dossier alleging ties between Russia and the Trump campaign, Starr contended in a “Fox & Friends” interview that while McCain is an “American hero,”  it would be “unfortunately a very dark stain” if it was true that his associate had passed the dossier to media outlets.

McCain’s daughter rebuked the president, telling him in a tweet, “No one will ever love you the way they loved my father.”

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On Tuesday, the same day McCain’s widow shared the message attacking her family, Trump spoke out about the Arizona senator during a White House meeting with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.

“I was never a fan of John McCain and I never will be. Thank you very much,” Trump said, correctly noting how the senator had reneged on many of his promises over the years. “I’m very unhappy that he didn’t repeal and replace ObamaCare. As you know [he] campaigned on repealing and replacing ObamaCare for years and then he got to a vote and he said thumbs down.”

Newly released court filings show McCain and former State Department official David Kramer had provided the Steele dossier to the FBI and various media outlets including BuzzFeed, which went on to publish it. The left has continued to cover for McCain and trash Trump for noting the facts which conservative commentator and author  Michelle Malkin spelled out in response to the president’s tweet.

While many Republicans agree with Trump, there was support for Cindy McCain on all sides after she revealed the hateful message she had received Tuesday.

But many denouncing the hate, spewed more of their own, lashing out at the woman who wrote the message to McCain. Another woman with the same name attempted to clarify that she was a different person and for the attacks against her to stop.

Many Twitter users, however, called out the not-so-subtle jab at Trump and condemned the blame being leveled at the president for the words and actions of a complete stranger.

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