Valerie Jarrett Compares Louis Farrakhan To Koch Brothers, Meghan McCain Blasts (VIDEO)

Meghan McCain has been doing a great job on The View lately. She doesn’t let the leftists get away with double standards. She recently called out former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett for making a ridiculous comparison in an attempt to defend leftists and Louis Farrakhan.

The Washington Free Beacon has the details:

McCain Blasts Jarrett for Comparing Meeting With Louis Farrakhan to Meeting the Koch Brothers

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Meghan McCain grew heated when she suggested Valerie Jarrett, a former senior advisor to President Barack Obama, had compared meeting with the Koch Brothers to meeting with Louis Farrakhan during an appearance on ABC’s “The View” on Friday.

The controversial comment arose while Jarrett, McCain, and Joy Behar discussed the co-chairwoman of the Women’s March, Tamika Mallory, who allegedly attended a controversial anti-Semitic address by Farrakhan, the radical leader of the Nation of Islam…

McCain pointed out that it wasn’t just Mallory’s attendance at the Saviour’s Day address that attracted criticism, but also previous social media posts she made, including a photo of the Women’s March co-founder and Farrakhan with a caption citing him as the “GOAT,” an acronym for “greatest of all time.”

Behar attempted to clarify that Mallory’s relationship was Farrakhan was of a personal nature.

“She credits the Nation of Islam for supporting her after her son’s father was murdered 17 years ago,” Behar said. “So she has a personal relationship.”

“Remember when we had a conversation about how CPAC was Nazi-friendly?” McCain asked. “Louis Farrakhan said ‘Hitler was a very great man’ … this is black and white. If [someone] thinks Hitler is a great man, don’t associate with the person.”

Here’s the video:

It is a great thing that Jarrett is no longer in a position of power.

 

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