Meghan McCain thought she had come up with a “Gotcha!” moment when she tossed a question to former Presidential candidate and current Vice-President contender, Senator Kamala Harris of California. Kamala was on The View yesterday and Meghan asked her about defunding the police. But just like when she talked about the conditions of New York City when she was in fact, not in New York City, she didn’t know what the fuck she was talking about. Though she insists that she did because Meghan McCain is always ready for anything! Unless it’s working with a Republican smarter than her. She’s not ready for that.
Another McCain will be inflicted upon us in a few months, because 35-year-old Meghan McCain (Her father is that guy who sings I’ll Be, right?) and her 38-year-old conservative blogger husband (and the evil delicate fuck who gave us the image of Lorne Michaels tea-bagging Seth Meyers) Ben Domenech made a baby. And while the crew of The View has been social distancing from Meghan for years, she is social distancing from them all the way by throwing eye rolls and letting out spoiled brat sighs from the safety of her own home.
Coronavirus strikes again. The View is temporarily losing its longest-running hen, leaving the roost to cluck along without her. Joy Behar is leaving for a while since she’s not trying to catch coronavirus. The thing is, she’s in a riskier age group at 77 years old. So she announced she’s taking time off from the show.
As if The View wasn’t already a dystopian nightmare fueled by Meghan McCain’s toxic fumes, here comes the COVID-19 pandemic to really put a button in it. According to Deadline, The View is just one of many daytime TV staples forgoing a live studio audience “out of an abundance of caution,” which is a phrase so prevalent these days, it might just eclipse “thoughts and prayers” in our national discourse. Joining The View in an hollow studio to perform a pantomime of breezy nonchalance are Live With Kelly and Ryan, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Tamron Hall, The Wendy Williams Show, Rachael Ray, and Dr. Phil. Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune will also be lighting up that “applause” button for absolutely no one.
It seemed like Abby Huntsman was just getting her groove on at The View when she quit that hen house to scoot back to Utah and help with her dad’s campaign for governor. The story she wove was that family came first and blah blah blah. But pretty soon reports emerged that Abby was sick of the toxic culture of the show and especially with Meghan McCain’s BS after they got in a fight. While the ladies usually swat away “rumors” like this by singing “We Are Family” for a few bars before going back to their regularly scheduled programming of screaming at each other, Meghan actually said the Abby fight rumors were true. Continue reading
Keeping That Shade Sunny: Sunny Hostin Answered “Speak To Meghan” When Asked About The Drama On “The View”
Meghan McCain has been a living nightmare in front of the cameras on The View and there’s been plenty of rumors that she’s a living nightmare behind the cameras too. The “toxic” culture of The View is reportedly the reason why Abby Huntsman left. Page Six asked Sunny Hostin about it at the opening night of A Soldier’s Play on Broadway, and she basically said that if you want to know about the rumors that Meghan is a living nightmare, ask the living nightmare herself.