(By Michael Snyder) Could it be possible that it wasn’t just a “coincidence” that a naval vessel named the USS “John S. McCain” was severely damaged on the exact same day as “the Great American Eclipse”.  I have previously written about how solar eclipses have long been believed to be warnings that judgment is coming upon a nation, and this eclipse was the first in all of U.S. history to only be seen within the borders of our own country.  Tens of millions of Americans looked up into the sky to watch this eclipse take place, but it certainly wasn’t the only historic event to happen on Monday.  When a 600 foot long

oil tanker rammed into the USS John S. McCain, according to local time it was already August 21st.  Many are wondering if these two events could be related somehow. Of all the members of Congress, Senator John McCain has long been considered the most outspoken advocate for the aggressive use of U.S. military might. And of all the vessels in the U.S. Navy, it was a ship bearing his name that was involved in this collision.  Of course, this warship was not actually named after Senator McCain.  Rather, the destroyer was named after Admiral John S. McCain, Sr. and Admiral John S. McCain Jr. CONTINUE