On the July 26, 2017 episode of his Radical Agenda show, white supremacist Christopher Cantwell reacted to Sen. John McCain’s opposition to the GOP healthcare bill by celebrating his recent cancer diagnosis.
“Here at the Radical Agenda, we try to focus our energies on defeating the Left,” he said. “For the most part, that means defeating the Democrat [sic] Party. Since the Republicans are the only force in America capable of stopping the Democrats at the ballot, we’ve reluctantly accepted our role as partisans, and tried our best to obey Ronald Reagan’s 11th commandment.”
Cantwell remarked that this was a difficult feat, since the GOP is “full of globalist tools of the elite,” such as McCain, whose brain cancer he “celebrated privately.” Attacking “Cancer Boy” for continuously criticizing his fellow Republicans (or “punching right”), Cantwell declared that “we have no choice but to verbally stomp a mudhole in his tumor-improved skull.”
He went on to denounce the Arizona senator as a “tax-and-spend anti-white liberal” who “just can’t die fast enough,” and suggested that spree killer Jared Lee Loughner — who murdered six people and badly wounded Rep. Gabby Giffords in 2011 — should have targeted McCain instead.
“The only silver lining to this black cloud of bureaucracy, is that the regulatory environment destroying our medical system is probably what prevented a cure from cancer being developed,” he ranted. “Let us take comfort in the fact that John McCain’s cooperation with the left, is going to be what gets him killed, even if none of us ever get a clear shot at him.”
This morning, McCain cast a deciding vote alongside Sens. Murkowski and Collins rejecting the bill. Had it passed, an estimated 16 million Americans would have lost their health insurance coverage.
Here at the Radical Agenda, we try to focus our energies on defeating the Left. For the most part, that means defeating the Democrat [sic] Party. Since the Republicans are the only force in America capable of stopping the Democrats at the ballot, we’ve reluctantly accepted our role as partisans, and tried our best to obey Ronald Reagan’s 11th commandment.
This is no small task of course, because the Republican party is full of globalist tools of the elite, if you know what I mean. We really do try though, and that’s why when John McCain announced that he had brain cancer, I celebrated privately instead of dancing on his yet to be dug grave like the Democrats who were too stupid to realize that he works for them. Sadly, Cancer Boy just can’t help but continue punching right. So now we have no choice but to verbally stomp a mudhole in his tumor-improved skull.
This tax-and-spend anti-white liberal just can’t die fast enough. If only Jared Loughner had a better understanding of how the world works, perhaps he could have removed that tumor the way he tried to remove Gabby Giffords.
John McCain is what happens when the Republican Party mistakes illegal immigrants for “natural conservatives,” and if the only thing that can stop John McCain’s tenure in the Senate is cancer, then I say we start a new type of cancer charity: one that actually supports cancer.
As if the Democrats had not openly told the whole country that their purpose and intent was to “resist” the Trump administration, this warmongering neocon hack actually had the nerve to get up on the floor of the United States Senate, and blame his own party for stalled progress on repealing and replacing Obamacare. He said, “Stop listening to the bombastic loudmouths on the radio, television and the internet. To hell with them.”
The order of operations in that statement is important. If he had told the Senate to stop listening to the bombastic loudmouths on the television, one might assume he was talking about the fake news propagandists who keep insisting that the Russians tricked me into voting for the greatest president since at least Ronald Reagan. He was rather specific in mentioning radio first, because radio is the medium of the Right.
So hear the words of this bombastic loudmouth like you’ve never heard anything else in your life. The United States Senate, and the Republican Party in particular, can listen to us while we talk on the radio, or they can listen to us as we nail them to crosses. Our country is being given away to lesser animals, our economic incentives are breeding an infestation of parasites which threatens the survival of our race and nation, and against our better judgement we gave the Republican Party one last shot to straighten this mess out before we take matters into our own hands.
Repealing Obamacare was not just a promise made by Republicans as they begged us to put them back in power, it was the central focus of all of their campaigns. In line with Trump’s campaign promises, they already abandoned repealing the most critical part of the law: the prohibition of discrimination against insurance clients with preexisting conditions.
They have already abandoned defunding Planned Parenthood to the tune of half a billion dollars a year, which I remind you is not only the nation’s largest abortion clinic, but also a Communist activist organization that spent $30 million trying to get Hillary Clinton elected.
Still, the bill is too far right for this Maverick of the U.S. Senate. He actually had the nerve to tell us, “I voted for the motion to proceed to allow debate to continue and amendments to be offered. I will not vote for this bill as it is today.”
If repealing and replacing Obamacare does not mean allowing insurance to function properly by refusing to cover the uninsured, if it does not mean defunding the lobbying groups who created it, then what minor details does the Republican Party intend to alter? If those minor details are too far right for the likes John McCain, then just what minor details is this malignancy prepared to tinker with?
He gets up there and tells us the success of the Senate is important? We are talking about the survival of the market economy here. We are talking about literally limitless suffering and loss of life, as the final major economy with anything resembling a free market in health care, puts an end to what was left of our ability to form prices in the medical marketplace.
This country is about to fall to single payer, and in case you think that’s a good idea, I would remind you that when only one entity pays for something, this eliminates the competition for resources from which prices are formed. When the entire global medical system is run by central governments, prices for services will be decided by the likes of Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters, which is to say, by random guesses and kickbacks to campaign donors.
The only silver lining to this black cloud of bureaucracy, is that the regulatory environment destroying our medical system is probably what prevented a cure from cancer being developed. Let us take comfort in the fact that John McCain’s cooperation with the Left is going to be what gets him killed, even if none of us ever get a clear shot at him.