Former Senator Claire McCaskill made two terrible statements to help solidify her spot on a hypothetical list of America’s most hated – at least among people with any common sense.
The clearly disgraced and un-American former politician suggested that the incident at the Capitol on January 6 was worse then Benghazi. She followed that up with announcing her new family tradition on the 4th of July, saying her family will watch videos from the January 6 protest in DC.
If she’s trying to be less likable than Kamala Harris and Hillary Clinton, then she’s surely putting in maximum effort. And of course, this took place during an interview on MSNBC – because who else would have her on except maybe CNN.
WATCH and be disgusted:
McCaskill: "We’re going to start a new family tradition in my family; on the Fourth of July and every Fourth of July going forward, we’re going to watch" video of the Capitol riot pic.twitter.com/P4iWH1EWOz
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) July 2, 2021
McCaskill claimed she didn’t want to minimize the loss of life from Benghazi incident, so she literally minimized the loss of life from Benghazi.
Imagine going to her house for a 4th of July BBQ and being forced to watch protest videos instead of having a good time with your friends and family.
That would be like celebrating Christmas by watching Antifa burn a federal building and BLM stop traffic – doesn’t sound fun, right?
Claire McCaskill’s interview statements were enough to warrant her the ratio and roast treatment as Twitter erupted into a tizzy over her drivel and it was absolutely glorious watching her get shredded by random strangers.
— Frank Tastic (@realFrankTV) July 2, 2021
So as we celebrate the Founders violently overthrowing and often killing the previous regime, you’re going to clutch your pearls about a few people making a vague gesture of asserting their sovereignty?
— Faustina Minor (@MinorFaustina) July 2, 2021
Don't lie. You're going to watch the CCPs 100 year anniversary.
— tobikiriakujin (@tobikiriakujin) July 2, 2021
— Eyes on the Right (@EyesOnTheRight) July 2, 2021
A perfect example of folks that need to get help for their mental health issues.
— Founding Ideals (@founding_ideals) July 2, 2021
She must be fun at parties.
— Mlark ⚾️ (@BirdlandMlark) July 2, 2021
What a messed up family. I don't like it, but I understand why Hawley won.
— Noted Computer User (@jbattin) July 2, 2021
I’m guessing her family is going to start having irreconcilable scheduling conflicts on the 4th.
— Wilson (@gunrwilson) July 2, 2021
Wow glad I’m not part of that family
— Nandor Forgach (@NandorForgach) July 2, 2021