Anna Navarro’s most unbecoming vindictive rant, yet oozes with hate for one man … and it’s not Trump

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An immature CNN commentator known for pretending to be a conservative reacted to the indictment Friday morning of President Donald Trump’s former campaign adviser Roger Stone by again acting like a spoiled, temperamental and hypocritical 12-year-old teenage child.

“I am just so damn happy this guy is indicted and arrested. He is a horrible human being. He is a thug, he is a bully,” Ana Navarro sanctimoniously chortled in glee later that morning on “The View.”

“He has said horrible things about your father,” she said to co-host Meghan McCain, the daughter of the late Sen.  John McCain. “He has said horrible things about me.”

She went on to read some of Stone’s mean tweets.

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“He got banned from Twitter for saying horrible, racist, offensive things about Don Lemon, about me, about Roland Martin. I am a happy person today and let me just say … It says this is from his Twitter account, ‘Really? @AnaNavarro is fat, stupid and bleeping Al Cardenas.'” she said.

“Al Cardenas is your fiance!” McCain chimed in before Navarro concluded her rant: “Let me say, Ana Navarro is marrying Al Cardenas and Bob Mueller is bleeping you. Bye bye, baby, karma is a bitch!”

McCain concurred somewhat with Navarro’s sentiment, but only in regard to Stone’s alleged criminality.

“Ana and I don’t agree on many things but we can agree that Roger Stone is a bastard from hell who deserves everything he’s going to get,” she said. “He’s been known for 40 — it’s all legitimate. He’s been doing this for 40 years. He worked in the Nixon administration.”

“To say he has a nebulous criminal past is putting it lightly. As far as I’m concerned he should have been arrested a long time ago,” she continued, adding that his alleged communication with WikiLeaks makes him “a traitor who should rot in jail.”

Never mind that Stone was indicted and arrested for mere process crimes — and that none of the charges special counsel Robert Mueller hit him with Friday pertain to Russian collusion.

Regarding Navarro, her sanctimony was stunning given her own clear-cut track record of being a “horrible human being” who “has said horrible things about” just about everybody.

Two years ago she shamelessly tried to recruit the victims of Hurricane Maria, which devastated most of Puerto Rico, to relocate to swing states and vote against the Republican Party:

Last summer she justified the discrimination and harassment faced by White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her family, who at the time had just been booted from a Washington, D.C. restaurant and then chased to another restaurant and further harassed.

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And earlier this month she began filing her nails during a discussion about the pain and suffering (molestations, rapes, murders, etc.) inflicted on the American people by criminal migrants.

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For a woman known for statements like these to act sanctimonious was beyond the pale to a large contingent of social media users who were quick to note she too is a “horrible person.”

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Regarding Lemon, whom Navarro complained that Stone had once insulted, he too is known for saying horrible things about anyone (or any race) he dislikes. The same applies to McCain, who last year shamelessly used her father’s funeral year to trash-talk the president.

It seems like Navarro likes to benefit from the same double standards utilized by liberal Democrats. Interesting … and telling too perhaps?

Vivek Saxena

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