The intrepid Friday panel of “The View” was outraged about the visit by Kid Rock, Ted Nugent and Sarah Palin to the White House and their posing in front of a portrait of former first lady Hillary Clinton, saying that it lacked class.
Apparently, there is someone on “The View” who is under the impression that their opinion has weight or that they have any class.
In the photo, the power team is sticking thumbs up at the portrait of Hillary Clinton.
“The View’s” gang of pseudo-intellectuals are worried that this may just might be crass, calling it the worst thing since… well, that one time the capital was invaded.
To which Sunny Hostin replied, “I think so.”
That might be a little bit of a stretch, there, buddy.
One of the hosts, Sara Haines, added that one of the three stars who visited the White House that day wanted to flip off the portrait, but didn’t.
“You’re in the White House. Bring a little class with you,” she said.
Seriously. Listen to the whole video above. These people are absolutely nuts.
It’s one thing to disagree with a person or ideology after having reasoned out and measured your opinions, and “showing your work” as it were.
It is another thing entirely when a panel of people who have no idea which end is up try to tell the world they know what life, politics, and class is about.
The ladies on “The View” haven’t had any class on the set since Kellyanne Conway schooled them all on the eve of the 2016 election. Unfortunately, they didn’t learn much.
(via: Conservative Tribune)