John McCain’s 1969 “Tokyo Rose” Propaganda Recording Released – Aug 4th 2016

Published on Aug 12, 2016
The same nimble researcher who discovered the audio tapes of John McCain’s propaganda broadcasts for his North Vietnamese captors says “after reading his article and what he says in book – not under duress.” “Really outrageous,” he adds. You won’t hear this stuff from the lying mainstream media. Keep the GotNews mission alive: send tips to or donate at
From: TruNews – Vero Beach, FL – (TRUNEWS) U.S. Senator John McCain recorded a Tokyo Rose-style propaganda message that was broadcast on North Vietnamese radio in 1969. TRUNEWS, a nonprofit Christian digital news app, obtained the bombshell audio recording and released it today on the organization’s daily newscast hosted by Rick Wiles.
TRUNEWS acquired the audio recording in cooperation with, a new media company founded by Charles Johnson. The 1969 North Vietnamese radio broadcast has never been heard in the United States of America. In fact, there has never been any knowledge that such a recording existed.
The audio recording was found in a misplaced file in the National Archives in Washington, D.C. The broadcast was recorded by the Foreign Broadcast Information Service, a branch of the CIA that monitored international shortwave and foreign radio broadcasts. Lt. Commander John McCain was shot down over Hanoi by a North Vietnamese missile while flying his 23rd bombing mission. Both of his arms and one leg were broken.
He was pulled ashore by North Vietnamese who took him to a prison known by POWs as the “Hanoi Hilton.”
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