Video: Meghan McCain Points Out Intolerance Toward Conservatives on 'The View'
Liberal intolerance is rarely more intolerant than when it comes to Jesus' posse. Owners of the gats are also pretty high up there. Along with people who think the government should keep their grubby paws out of people's wallets. But, no group inspires leftists to break out the ol' cross-and-nails quite like Christians.
The hate was on full display last week on The View (see The View’s Anti-Christian Bigotry Shows, Mocks Mike Pence and Jesus and Mike Pence Claps Back Against The View’s Anti-Christian Bigotry).
Meghan McCain has finally had enough:
And I think we’re living in incredibly divisive times right now. We all know that. But I think as a Republican, I feel like sometimes liberals say, ‘We need to be tolerant of everyone. We need to be tolerant of everyone. Except pro-lifers, except Trump supporters, except gun owners, except for everyone in the red in the middle of the country.
McCain makes a very interesting point. One that was validated by Whoopi Goldberg. Presumably, as the producers were yelling into the ladies' earpieces to change the subject.
We don’t want to talk about liberals and what they’re doing and everything.
Of course you don't. That would require honesty and rational conversation. As opposed to squealing like a hungry hippo over Trump saying mean things. Or how an Olympian was to much of a gamma male to shake the Vice President's hand. I'm sure these are all original thoughts too. Totally not DNC-approved talking points emailed to the producers.
Leftist echo-chambers like The View are the only thing keeping leftism alive. If progressives were confronted with opposing viewpoints, they'd be forced into realizing their opinions rarely hold up. Instead, the left sticks to having their worldview "validated" every morning by these turkey-necked hags on TV. Which allows leftists to go on thinking their intolerance toward conservatives is justified.
Here's an idea for CPAC next year. A panel featuring Meghan McCain, Jedediah Bila, Candace Cameron, and Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Our own little anti-View.