Meghan McCain did the mainstream media’s job on “The View” on Monday, confronting liberal Women’s March leader Tamika Mallory for refusing to condemn Louis Farrakhan and the anti-Semitism that has infiltrated the far-left organization.
“Just because you go into a space with someone does not mean that you agree with everything that they say,” Mallory said.
When confronted about her past quote calling Farrakhan the “greatest of all-time,” Mallory claimed she was referring to the work he has done in the black community, not his rhetoric.
That’s when McCain dropped the proverbial hammer.
“Let me just interject,” she said. “I would never be comfortable supporting someone who [said] ‘I am not anti-Semite, I’m anti-termite.’”
The Republican co-host went on to outline the instances of anti-Semitism found within her own organization.
“A lot of people, by a lot of people I include me in this, think that you’re using your organization as anti-Semitism masked in activism and you’re using identity politics to shield yourself from critiques,” McCain said.
She still wasn’t done.
“We’re talking about all women being invited to that march — I’m pro-life, we were not invited. We were not allowed at that march right there. I am a conservative woman… we’re talking about all women, including Jewish women as well and conservative women.”
Even the generally left-leaning "The View" audience had to give McCain a strong round of applause for that smackdown.
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Isn't the media supposed to be holding these groups accountable?