Married Swirling

John McCain’s Son Marries a Black Woman. Let’s Dissect This, Shall We?

First, I had NO idea John McCain’s son was so friggin HAWT! Let’s pause to gander:

Megan McCain and her brother, Jack, aka Mr. Hawtness.

Megan McCain and her brother, Jack, aka Mr. McHawtness.

And here’s the summary via People magazine (yes’ People):

U.S. Sen. John McCain of Arizona and his wife Cindy shared in a happy occasion Saturday night – the wedding of their son Jack McCain to Renee Swift, the senator’s rep confirms.

The younger McCain, 27, serves as a lieutenant in the Navy, stationed in Guam where he is a helicopter pilot. Swift, 29, a Bay area native, is a captain in the USAF reserve. The couple met in Guam.

The wedding ceremony was held at San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral, with a reception following at the California Academy of Sciences, said the rep.


So many of you sent me this news, like I’m the Interracial Oracle, who knows all things swirling, as you ask, “What do you think this means, Chris?? What does it meeeeeeeannn?

Since you asked, there’s a few things it means. The first of which is that Jack and Renee found a love deep enough to commit their lives to each other, and despite the politics of racism, the McCain family continues to flip the bird to racists and love and commit to whomever the phuck they want. You might recall that the elder McCain’s adopted daughter, from Bangledesh, was used by wacky racist crazies to discredit his presidential bid back in 2008.

‘A lot of phone calls were made by people who said we should be very ashamed about her, about the color of her skin,’ McCain said in a 2000 interview with ‘Thousands and thousands of calls from people to voters saying “You know the McCains have a black baby.” I believe that there is a special place in hell for people like those.’

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But on a global scale, this merging is of considerable note. Black women are OFFICIALLY on the radar for viable mates, worthy of marriage, provision and protection, by men other than black, despite what the GAT-DL would like for us to believe. And with every high-profile marriage we read about and gawk over, there’s one more rainbeau out there who has now put “Yolanda” on his radar. And someplace else, “Yolanda” is now putting “Adam” on her’s.

Mark my words, friends. The next half-decade to come is going to look VERY, VERY different for black women, and I mean that is a good way. Our stock is rising in the circles of the rich, powerful, and influential–too bad it had to rise outside of the black community, who basically tells many of us that we’re ugly and worthless. Meh…whateva!!!

But you know what’s funny? I STILL get notes from black girls and women who STILL ask me if non-black men are REALLY interested in black women for serious relationships, which means my work here is still not done.

Sorry to once again blow holes through your “Swirling is not a movement!!” rants, trolls. Wait. I take that back. Instead, I’ll say, IN YO’ FACE!!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA!!!

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