Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is slamming the ladies of ABC’s “The View” after he appeared on the show and could hardly “get a word in edgewise,” thanks to the hyper-emotional screaming and yelling from the hosts.
Paul unleashed his attack on the screaming ladies of “The View” just hours after he appeared on the show last Friday.
Paul spoke about his experience during an interview on SiriusXM.
“Oh my goodness, was I on ‘The View,’” he said.
“You can’t even get a word in edgewise. Those women go on and on yelling and screaming, and it was just amazing.”
Paul mainly focused on loudmouth Ana Navarro, in my view — who was filling in for Meghan McCain.
Paul and Navarro got into a heated debate over socialism in Venezuela.
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They were talking over one another before Navarro finally gave up and accused Paul of “mansplaining” at her.
“Ana Navarro thinks she knows a lot about Venezuela, and so she goes on and on,” Paul told SirusXM.
“She says, ‘Well, it’s not socialism, it’s not socialism. He was a thug and a murderer.’”
“And I’m going, ‘No, no, no, no, no. It was the socialist party. Chávez was elected as a socialist. Maduro is a socialist.’”
He went on: “Like, ‘No, no, no, he’s a thug’ — and she wouldn’t let me finish. But the point was this: Yes, he’s a thug. I wasn’t denying that. Everyone knows Maduro and Chávez both are thugs. It’s thuggery.”
“But they were socialists.”
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This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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