Meghan McCain Posts Hateful Tweet About Roger Stone, Is Blasted for It

The man will be sentenced in February 2020 — and could face up to 20 years behind bars

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There seems to be no joy in Meghan McCain’s heart — her spirit is dark and heavy, in my opinion.

It’s sad from a “humanity” perspective to see someone who seems so miserable.

However, it’s hard to feel sorry for her because of how she lashes out at others with so much venom.

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Remember the funeral of her father, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.)?

Meghan McCain (shown above with the president and her father) turned it into an anti-Trump rally and spewed negativity, as I saw it — instead of spreading joy and love.

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However, she topped herself this past Friday when she tweeted out a message to Roger Stone after he was unfairly convicted of process crimes in the Mueller witch hunt.

He’ll be sentenced in February of 2020 — and could face up to 20 years behind bars.

McCain took to Twitter on the subject.

She wrote, “Rot in hell, Roger Stone.”

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And let me tell you — the responses were brutal.

What follows is what some people wrote to her after this tweet.

“Any last ounce of respect I had for you (and it wasn’t much) is officially gone now!” said one person.

“Didn’t you complain when people said the same about your dad?” said another.

“I don’t wanna hear a word when folks express the same sentiment regarding your dad.”

“You’ve jumped into the mud — now live with your decision,” said still another.

And here are more.

“Sorry, Roger will not be visiting your father.”

“She’s a product of how she was raised.”

“Why do we call the McCains Republicans at all?”

“I try to like you, I really do but, I’m done. You’re so full of hate.”

“Really, Meghan?”

“What if that was said about your daddy?”

“No, just no. I’ll pray for you, Meghan.”

“That bitterness will destroy you and your health. Let it go. Forgiveness is not for the other person, but for yourself.”

A version of this piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com; this article is used by permission.

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