Meghan McCain Just Risked Everything In Her Life

I am no Meghan McCain fan. I think she’s a hideous, mean-so-called neocon, just like her dad.

The emblem of all that’s wrong with the GOP is Meghan McCain. She and her mother embody an out-of-touch elitism that, through people like Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney, has permeated the Republican Party. This is not the way that we are going forward.

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With that said, I saw Meghan McCain’s tweet today that I could absolutely get on board with, and I wanted to share it with you.

Like her or loathe her, McCain just risked everything to call out Dr. Fauci, the little inept dictator.

Dr. Fauci is a tragedy. He was all over the danger map, asking us not to wear masks for a minute because they didn’t fit, and then telling us to wear two masks.

And now, he’s telling us that we need to wear both of our masks by 2022.

What is this man speaking of?

He has been flip-flopping about reopening schools in the same exact way. With his negligence and mistakes, he’s singlehandedly ruining this nation and no one prevents him.

In this tweet, I thought the journalist Matt Walsh represented Fauci best:

“Fauci is the perfect employee of the government. Failure after failure, utterly incompetent, has presided over a tragedy, can not even keep his own reasons straight, and still has his work.

And that takes me to the Meghan McCain tweet… Nothing was held back by McCain. In the strongest words ever, she called out Fauci… and what she said was spot-on right, and I couldn’t agree more with her.

“Here is what Meghan said: “Many of you will continue to worship at the Fauchi Alter. I’m not a fake, I’m not going to go on TV and cheat to say one thing privately and one thing on television.

This is my view. We need someone else in charge of the messaging and leadership of the coronavirus.

It had to be told this. And more people need to say it loud and clear, like Meghan.

If that doesn’t happen, after all of this is said and done, we won’t have a country left.


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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