- Yet another clash broke out on “The View” as Meghan McCain and Joy Behar got into a scrap over conservatives who continue to refuse to get the COVID-19 vaccine to “own the libs.”
- McCain begs for people to be be nicer to Republicans & whines that the “messaging” to conservatives isn’t helping because mocking them for being “stupid” and trying to “own the libs” by dying are insulting.
- “A lot of these people that we’re talking about, Meghan, are watching Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson who are telling them that–” Behar said before McCain shouted over her. “They are not! They are not!” McCain maintained.
Sarah K. Burris from Rawstory writes:
“Another clash broke out on “The View” Thursday as Meghan McCain and Joy Behar fought over conservatives who continue to refuse to get the COVID-19 vaccine to “own the libs.”
McCain argued that it isn’t the way conservatives feel and that many people she knows are concerned about how the vaccine impacts their fertility. Studies showed that the vaccine didn’t have any adverse impact on pregnant women, but McCain said that the same studies haven’t examined the fertility of women who got the shot. Presumably, all women of childbearing age could be examined for fertility who got the vaccine.
Co-host Sunny Hostin called those who refuse to get the vaccine “selfish,” noting that people are “supposed to be our brothers and sisters keeper.”
“We’re supposed to take care of each other,” said Hostin. “The notion we have to incentivize people to get vaccinated so they not only protect themselves and their families but their fellow citizens — I guess I can’t make sense of something like that when you have a country like India where there are 4,500 deaths every day from COVID and people there are begging for the vaccine. I don’t understand why in this country where people say this is just the most glorious country in the world where we have all of these freedoms and we have, you know — we just have so much that you have to actually give free metro cards to people, give money to people, enter people into a million-dollar lottery in order for them to take a life-saving vaccine, I just find it, you know, sort of sad and selfish and quite frankly kind of absurd.”
Behar said that Dr. Anthony Fauci has to remain polite to anti-vaccine people as he continues his attempt to reduce vaccine hesitancy with information…”
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