Meghan McCain from The View is pregnant and expecting her first child. Although the conservative co-host says the news is bittersweet because of the coronavirus pandemic, a baby on the way is always a reason to celebrate. Meghan McCain recently banged some trolls for saying they hoped the pregnancy would soften her up. However, the backlash grew exponentially after sheposted the tweet to defend himself.
The View: Meghan McCain is expecting a baby
For Meghan McCain, the road to motherhood wasn’t easy. Last year the Republican commentator paved the way for miscarriage and at the time he didn’t know if she could ever become a mother. Fortunately, she managed to get pregnant again and confirmed the news to all her fans on social media.
“My husband Ben and I were lucky enough to discover that we were pregnant,” she wrote in a letter posted on Twitter. “Although this was not how I expected to announce my pregnancy, we and our families are both thrilled to share the news with all of you.
Her doctor recommended she stay at home for fear of contracting the coronavirus. She announced that she would be hosting the ABC talk show from home, as many of her co-hosts do.
“I consulted with my doctors and they advised me that for the safety of our child and mine, I should be very careful to limit the number of people we come into contact with,” she added. “From now on, I will join the millions of Americans who are insulating themselves as a precaution to prevent the spread of COVID-19.” As a result, I will appear on The View from home via satellite”.
The View: Meghan Mccain Claps Back And İt Backfires
Meghan Mccain has become a figure who divides pop culture as his political opinions tend not to be popular. Although most people are respectable and congratulated her on her pregnancy, there have been a few trolls still around who have been disorderly. Apparently Meghan Mccain read messages that she did not like and applauded the haters.
“So many people commenting that they hope the pregnancy will make me more than depressed about how we see strong, tough, powerful women,” she tweeted. “Besides, I’m 35, I am who I am and I like it that way.”
Her tweet was, unfortunately, a trigger for some and they had problems with the way she describes herself. “Again, I, I, I, I, I and I,” said a Twitter user. “There are strong, tough, powerful people. And then there’s the rudeness,” a fan replied.
“Joy, Whoopi and Sunny are strong women and they’re not rude and they feel important,” one viewer commented. “That’s what people are trying to tell you.” You can listen or not. You will only benefit if you do.”
“Meghan, I still don’t see you strong, strong and powerful,” observed another Twitter user. You look a little empty and in your father’s shadow.” I hope you’re more concerned now with giving life to the weapons you love so much. It’s time to be a woman. We are fierce.”
“Strong, tough, powerful women should not normally be condescending, shouting or sulking to express their opinions and points of view,” criticized another fan.
“I think what they mean to say is that they hope you acquire a greater capacity for empathy, a characteristic of which you can’t show publicly at least one trait,” commented another viewer.
McCain ignored the negativity and continued to tweet about Tiger King, among other things.