Meghan McCain Tweeted About Protest Damage, And Quickly Got Called Out By Her Neighbor

June 3, 2020 / Posted by:

Black Lives Matter protests continue to happen in cities and towns all across the world, with many people getting involved, and that includes famous people. But of course, there’s going to be some famous people who need directions to the right side of history regarding the protests. Like Meghan McCain, who could be found not on the streets, but on Twitter, complaining about all the destruction and carnage she’s witnessed to the buildings in her neighborhood.

Well, Meghan can still hold onto her crown and sash that reads The View Co-Host Who Most Deserves Their Own Full-Time Fact Checker. Because one of Meghan’s neighbors accused Meghan of tweeting lies.

Meghan tweeted yesterday that her neighborhood in Manhattan looked like a “war zone.” Meghan does know about war zones since she has spent three messy seasons on The View, which is as close to one as daytime TV can get.

I’m sure many of her 746,5000 followers pictured poor Meghan stumbling over piles of crushed cinderblocks and flaming Land Rovers, trying not to get knocked over by big burly Call of Duty characters in an attempt to get her morning Starbucks. Except that’s not it, says Kristen Bartlett. The Wrap says that a few hours after Meghan tweeted about her war-torn neighborhood, Kristen – who is the co-head writer for TBS’ Full Frontal with Samantha Bee – decided to correct Meghan’s reporting for her.

While another neighbor also chimed in with their thoughts, which is that, yes, their neighborhood isn’t as bad as Meghan claimed it was.

Meghan hasn’t responded to Kristen or Alison’s allegations of lying. So far, the only response she’s given in response to her war zone tweet is to Ahmed Shihab-Eldin, who provided his own story of Meghan’s clueless privilege by accusing her of outing him on live TV. Probably not the way Meghan wanted to kick off Pride Month.

The Wrap points out that we’re taking Kristen at her word that she lives in Meghan’s building. But I suppose the easiest proof would be if Kristen tweeted a picture of an invoice for 18,000 sets of disposable earplugs, delivered shortly after Meghan started working from home.


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