Meghan McCain: Rioters Could Help Get Trump Re-Elected

Meghan McCain, daughter of the late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), is no fan of President Donald Trump, nor was her father.

As the de facto conservative token on the notoriously progressive talk show The View, however, the left would do well to listen to her assessment of the Trump presidency.

She may not like Trump, but she knows why folks vote for him.

In a tweet on Friday, McCain warned that “radical protesters” are likely to help Trump win reelection in November.

She pointed to a video of Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (R) who was surrounded by an angry mob outside the White House on Thursday evening following the final night of the Republican National Convention.

Social media has been flooded with similar videos of attendants to the president’s speech, which he gave from the White House, being harassed and shouted down, some of them quite elderly.

“What do these radical protestors think they are accomplishing exactly?” McCain asked. “Are they trying to scare all Republicans and law and order voters to stay inside and quietly vote for Trump?”

“Last night was the first night I thought it was possible Trump could actually pull this off again,” she added.

Speaking to Fox & Friends on Friday, Paul called the experience “horrific.”

“They’re attempting to push the police over to get to me, so at one point they push a policeman backwards, he stumbles and he’s trying to catch his balance and I catch the back of his flak jacket to stabilize him to make sure he’s OK because he’s our defense,” Paul said, according to Newsmax.

“If he’s down, the mob’s loose on us,” he continued.

“I truly believe this with every fiber of my being, had they gotten at us they would have gotten us to the ground, we might not have been killed, might just have been injured by being kicked in the head, or kicked in the stomach until we were senseless,” he added.

Conservatives on Friday called out the behavior that Paul was subject to, pointing to this far larger trend of ignored, sometimes even condoned, left-wing violence.


Some even directly called out the Democrat politicians who have literally called for more “unrest in the streets.”

That is called “keynoting” with the leaders of the organized violence according to riot control experts.

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