The only voice that ever dissents to the far-left co-hosts on The View is Meghan McCain.
That’s why they want to throw her off the air.
And Dr. Fauci won’t like what Meghan McCain just said on The View.
For the past year, the left-wing ladies of The View have been screaming about the need to “follow the science” in response to the coronavirus.
They have been whining about people who refuse to wear masks and attacking states like Florida and Texas that have chosen to fully re-open.
But even when they are proven wrong they refuse to admit it.
Florida has been among the states with the lowest new infections of coronavirus, and Texas recently had a day of zero deaths from the virus.
Regardless of these facts they have stuck by their preconceived notions.
Co-host Whoopi Goldberg even went so far as to state that she would wear masks outside into her 90s.
This is despite the new CDC guidelines that state that it is safe for people to not wear masks once vaccinated, along with the fact that they have finally admitted that vaccinated people are perfectly safe being around unvaccinated people.
These facts don’t matter to the left-wing hosts, but Meghan McCain is at least willing to stand against them on this issue.
In recent months, McCain has called for the firing of Dr. Anthony Fauci, and given credit to states like Florida that have re-opened to success.
Goldberg asked McCain about what it will take people “following their own science,” instead of the CDC’s directives on masks not being necessary, to become comfortable.
McCain responded, saying “Yeah, I mean, I don’t think there’s differentiation between science. I don’t think there’s your own science and then someone else’s science. Science is science.”
She then went on to slam the Left and the CDC for politicizing the virus.
“[B]ut I think at this point it’s just irrational and emotional especially when the CDC director is saying we’re coming up on impending doom,” McCain said. “Impending doom sounds like the apocalypse. If there was impending doom, then Florida and Texas would be hellscapes of death and we’d have to have the National Guard coming in and saving people. That’s not what’s happening. My family and friends in Arizona are living life normal. And guess what? There’s not impending doom. There’s not fire and fury and hellscape everywhere. This is irrational.”
Meghan McCain is entirely correct.
While she often launches fruitless attacks against Donald Trump and America First Republicans, in recent months she has been spot on when it comes to coronavirus.
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