Megan McCain is outnumbered on The View but she does her best to bring a Conservative perspective to the show. This week she tried to explain to the other ladies that they have not learned any of the lessons of the 2016 election. Boy is she right.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
Meghan McCain Chides Co-Hosts on ‘The View’ for Not Learning Lessons From 2016 Election
McCain’s comments were triggered by a war of words with co-host Sunny Hostin that began on Tuesday, when Hostin said of the 2016 election, “I feel better that [Hillary Clinton] won the popular vote because that tells me that the majority of Americans understand that racism is wrong, that otherism is wrong, and that a woman can lead.”
McCain said the next day that Hostin was implying that people voted for President Donald Trump “because they’re racist or because they’re misogynist.”
Hostin defended herself on Thursday, rejecting the idea that she labeled all Trump supporters…
McCain acknowledged that she did not support Trump for personal reasons, noting the incident during the Republican primary when Trump said that her father, Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.), was “not a war hero.” She then reflected on how she tried to understand supporters of Barack Obama after the 2008 election and what Republicans were doing wrong.
“I don’t think the same respect is being done to Trump no matter how much you hate him, and I get it. Trust me, I get how much everybody hates Trump,” McCain said. I understand, but I’m just saying that you are doomed to repeat the same mistakes that you did in 2016 if you think it’s only about ‘you’re complicit as this voter.'”
Watch the video:
She makes an excellent point.