– A Source in the White House, Leaker, leaked a copy of the Orange Orators planned Eulogy for John McCain’s Memorial Service
– Alas, the Golden Preacher was not invited so the Eulogy was not delivered
First, Sarkes is a upset. Sarkes had thought that his Source in the White House, Leaker, was feeding Sarkes and Sarkes Corner EXCLUSIVE stories out of the White House.
In this case, Leaker sent a copy of the Orange Pontificators Eulogy to Tom Toles of the Washington Post. Perhaps the Washington Post, owned by Billionaire Jeff Bezos, offered more money to Leaker than Sarkes for this story. Sarkes pays NO money for stories as Sarkes Corner is a low budget operation.
Thanks to Sarkes Corner Contributors, Ashok Agrawal and Peggy Morgan, Subscribers to the Washington Post, for sending this to Sarkes.
In any case, the Eulogy was never delivered as the Golden Mouthpiece was not invited to John McCain’s Memorial Service at the National Cathedral. All was not lost, the Orange Duffer was able to get in a round of golf at his Trump International Golf course in Virginia.
WARNING WARNING WARNING: Since the Orange Windbag is wordy, his planned Eulogy to John McCain below is long, but worth the read. WARNING WARNING WARNING
Published by Tom Toles in the Washington Post:
Donald Trump’s Eulogy to John McCain (Draft, never delivered)
We are gathered here today to listen to me speak. I have many things to say, all of them valuable. And true. Very, very true. No Fake News like the Enemy of the People.
We have been reminded that life does not last forever, but I should point out to you that I myself am very much still alive, both personally and politically. I am the healthiest President in History. The angry Democrats working for the out-of-control Mueller investigation have done their best, in their Witch Hunt, to hurt me politically, but here I am. I have accomplished more than any other President in History, History!
But enough about me. We are here to remember what John McCain thought about me. Not enough. They say “speak no ill of the dead,” but what about “speak no ill of the president”? That’s important, too. More important. Not everybody seems to have heard it.
A lot has been said already about heroism and loyalty. As for loyalty, Sen. McCain wasn’t loyal to me. And I shouldn’t need to point out that I won the presidency, and he didn’t. But I will point it out, because it’s true. And I won with the largest majority in U.S. history, larger even than the majority won by the legendary Abe Lincoln and all the other Republican presidents — put together. Sen. McCain didn’t win at all, and some call him a hero!
What is heroism? Heroism is having the courage to put the White House flag back up to full-staff, even as disloyal aides kept trying to keep it at half-staff. Half-staff is surrender, essentially the same as being captured in war, like McCain. Where was his loyalty to me, where was he? Disloyal. Put the flag back up to full-staff.
I don’t mean to be critical. We have to remember that we are all Americans, and that as Americans we need to come together and support the president, no matter the personal sacrifice required. When we think of sacrifice, we should think of making them for me. I do. I sacrifice every day for me and my family.
Yes, Sen. McCain and I had our disagreements, but at the end of the day, I won the all the arguments, by a record amount. So let the American flag fly proudly, over my office, at full-staff, and let that be a lesson to you all. Goodby John McCain, we can now repeal ObamaCare.
(End of Eulogy)