The McCain family has sat smack dab in the middle of the two-party political system for years. The Late John McCain ran as a Republican candidate for president against Barack Obama. However, he was also friends with Joe Biden and an outspoken critic of Donald Trump.
Cindy McCain, John McCain’s widow, decided that she was going to drag the family kicking and screaming to the Democratic Party. She endorsed Joe Biden for president in September and even became one of his campaign advisors. Whether she gets a position offered to her in the Biden-Harris White House is still undecided.
Although Cindy McCain has made it clear where she stands, she doesn’t speak for the whole family.
Meghan McCain has been the Republican voice on The View for quite a while. And she’s had to be loud enough to be heard over the freakishly liberal voices of Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar. Both Goldberg and Behar have extremely liberal views and hate Trump for no reason other than the fact that he beat Hilary Clinton.
Now that Biden is president and the McCain family has shown their loyalty to the head Democrat, Meghan has a decision to make.
Does she stand by her mother or does she speak the truth as she has always done?
Well, it turns out that she may not be a mommy’s girl after all. The Republican has decided to stand strong and snub her mother.
Meghan McCain was the much-missed voice of reason on The View. Now that she’s back from maternity leave, she has a message for the media: It’s important to be respectful of Trump voters.
Although McCain was never a fan of Trump, she did provide a conservative view that the show otherwise lacks. To listen to the other co-hosts would make you believe that there was absolutely no hope for American television – or American politics.
Co-host Sunny Hostin wanted to talk about Trump staging a coup. The problem is that it’s a dangerous rhetoric – and that’s what got McCain fired up.
There are Trump voters – 70 million of them. She believes that it’s important to move forward and be respectful of these individuals that “for whatever reason did not feel that they could, in good faith” vote for a Biden-Harris administration. She also identified how many people voted for Trump silently for this very reason – fear of being shamed.
McCain was quick to say that Trump voters don’t want to be yelled at or called racist. She believes that the election shouldn’t have been as close as it was.
Well, Whoopi Goldberg wasn’t about to let that go. She noted that those supporting Trump have to respect the process and allow Biden to take his rightful place.
Is it the rightful place, though? How is it that so many people voted for Trump in 2016 but not in 2020? Traditionally red states turned blue and Trump isn’t supposed to question the process?
Perhaps the icing on the cake was when Goldberg said that you win some and lose some and reminded viewers that they lost four years ago. She went on to tell McCain that, “You’re not allowed to kvetch and poop all over this. This is not the American way.”
This is gold considering that Goldberg said that she was going to move to Canada if Trump was elected. He was elected and she remained in the country but continued to say that he wasn’t her president. She pooped all over the idea that Clinton lost and Trump won and questioned how that could happen for the entire four-year term.
So, it is the American way. The American way is what entitles us to ask questions. It allows us to stand up against voter fraud. It allows us to demand that we get a president who is worthy of the position – not someone who won the primaries by default because everyone else magically dropped out.
At least with McCain back on the view, we can hear a Conservative side to ensure the liberals don’t brainwash every American tuning into the talk show.