If you thought traveling around in a campaign tour bus with Mike Cernovich is a bad look for a Republican candidate for Senate, try this one on for size. While Sen. John McCain’s family was saying their final farewells and notifying the world of McCain’s imminent passing, candidate Kelli Ward and her staff thought it was all some type of conspiracy to undermine her campaign efforts. On Friday, McCain’s family released a statement saying that the six-term Arizona senator had decided to end medical treatment after a lengthy battle with brain cancer. His wife, Cindy McCain, tweeted out the statement thanking his caregivers, supporters, and friends for “the continuing outpouring of concern and affection…” But Ward and members of her staff thought the timing was no coincidence. In a Facebook post that has since been deleted, a campaign staffer said, “I wonder if it were just a coincidence that Sen McCain released his statement on the kickoff day of Kelli Ward’s bus tour or if it was a plan to take media attention off her campaign? I’m not saying it was on purpose but it’s quite interesting.” Ward chimed in with an affirmative comment: “I think they wanted to have… Read full this story
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