Cindy McCain apologizes after police refute trafficking claim

Cindy McCain apologizes after police refute trafficking claim

Cindy McCain, the widow of the late Sen. John McCain, apologized on Thursday after police disputed her claim that she stopped a child trafficking attempt. McCain on Monday claimed that she saw a child being trafficked at the Sky Harbor International Airport last week. Police said on Wednesday that McCain’s claims weren’t correct and there was no attempt at human trafficking.

KCooper
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CommanderVaasDC
CommanderVaasDC 1 year

the CNN headline... wot

chrisretusn
chrisretusn 1 year

“I came in from a trip I’d been on and I spotted — it looked odd — it was a woman of a different ethnicity than the child, this little toddler she had, and something didn’t click with me,” This statement says a lot about Mrs. McCain. Who is she to judge people like this.

J.
J. 1 year

So she called the police on a woman simply because that woman was with a child of a different ethnicity? Seriously? Okay.... putting aside for a moment the blatant racism involved here.... Cindy McCain herself (and her husband the late Senator John McCain) have an adopted daughter from Bangladesh, who happens to bear no resemblance to the McCains. So, I guess the next time anyone sees Cindy McCain traveling with her adopted daughter, we should all call the police to report Mrs. McCain for alleged child trafficking. Just in case.

Virtual Signals
Virtual Signals 1 year

Cindy McCain also stopped the exploitation of a large group of “pointy-eared” children by a fat, white man in a red suit.

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