Meghan McCain from The View isn’t having a fantastic few days. After reports that she had been shunned by her co-hosts, the New York Times published an op-ed that tried to discredit her work. “The View Has a Meghan McCain Problem” had been the subject associated with the piece authored by Shamira Ibrahim that obtained major flack from conservatives when you look at the news.
“The daytime co-hosts’ heated bipartisan debates are played down as disagreement among friends. But the strain for ‘civility’ is tiring.” Ibrahim wrote. “Since Ms. McCain joined as a co-host on ‘The View’ in October of 2017, she’s become its most polarizing and predictable figure, the common denominator in the show’s most contentious round tables as of late. In the early days of her arrival, the conservative commentator’s on-air spats made for fun TV. Now, it’s just exhausting.”
McCain took to Twitter to supply her response to exactly what she calls a “hit piece.”
“If the NY Times wants to understand the country, maybe they should try having one woman in the room who doesn’t accept their groupthink on guns, abortion, and religion. Apparently that’s too much for them,” McCain tweeted.
“The writer of the hit piece on me admitting how much they hate conservative women. At least everyone is being honest,” McCain stated on another tweet.
“Everyone already knows how much you despise red state, pro-life, pro #2A conservative women, and wish we would all just go away,” read another fiery tweet from McCain.
Meghan McCain obtains assistance from conservatives
After blasting Ibrahim, conservative heavyweights defended McCain and tweeted completely their particular assistance.
“What an embarrassing example of how the Left is becoming even more insular by the day. That is saying a lot,” Joe Scarborough tweeted.
In another tweet, the MSNBC number stated, “The Left owns most of American popular culture. And yet the existence of one moderately conservative woman poses a threat to civil discourse. Good Lord. What a joke.”
“The left kissed up to John McCain every time he spoke truth to Trump but can’t handle his daughter speaking her own mind when it doesn’t fit neatly into a progressive world view? Open your mind,” Scarborough continued in another tweet provided by McCain.
Megyn Kelly also weighed in from the conflict adding, “The hatred for conservative women by the ‘woke’ is ever apparent and totally undermining to their demands that people take them seriously. So empathetic … unless you don’t think exactly as they do.”
Meghan McCain on Abby Huntsman making ‘The View’
McCain is at the middle of debate a week ago whenever she had been reported is feuding together with her friend Abby Huntsman. A source advertised there is animosity on The View and nothing of this ladies had been conversing with McCain.
After that debate, Huntsman announced she had been making the program to simply help her father’s political campaign. McCain took to Twitter to send her other traditional co-host well wants.
“Wishing my amazing friend and co-host Abby Huntsman nothing but the best on her next chapter,” McCain tweeted. “The View is less without you along with your light. If only you, your household, along with your dad John Huntsman’s promotion all of the very best. He’s happy having you formally lead their team.”
The View airs weekdays at 11 a.m. ET and 10 a.m. PT/CT on ABC.