Ana Navarro is my favorite anti-Trump personality on CNN, just because it’s like a fun circus act watching her trying to get her foot out of her mouth.
Navarro’s latest sideshow involves a tweet she made about President Donald Trump and his remark that MS-13 gang members were animals.
“Trump is in very bad company,” Navarro tweeted. “Nazis referred to Jews as ‘rats’. Slave-owners viewed slaves as sub-human animals.”
Trump is in very bad company.
Nazis referred to Jews as “rats”.
Slave-owners viewed slaves as sub-human animals. https://t.co/HMXDWSrNRu
— Ana Navarro-Cárdenas (@ananavarro) May 17, 2018
You may not be surprised to see what Navarro tweeted just a few years ago.
Should Donald Trump drop out of the race? Yes. He should drop out of the human race.
He is an animal. Apologies to animals.
— Ana Navarro-Cárdenas (@ananavarro) October 10, 2016
Please never lose your job, Ana. You’re the gift that keeps on giving. And Fox News host Tucker Carlson agrees — even if he can’t remember your name.
Carlson was talking about the non-issue issue of Trump calling violent, murderous gang members animals (most Americans would have called them worse, but this is neither here nor there) when he mentioned Navarro’s antics. He just coouldn’t remember her name.
“Let’s be honest, they’re holding the president to a different standard than they’re holding MS-13,” Tucker told liberal radio host Leslie Marshall.
“If you came out and said Trump was an animal, I don’t think for a second that Nancy Pelosi would give you a lecture about Christianity or whatever — she was pretending to believe the other day the spirit of God in every person — I mean, they wouldn’t even notice it because they think Trump is an animal.
“But they’re offended when you say it about a Salvadorian street gang?”
He then took a shot at Navarro: “I hope that you will denounce that — I can’t even remember her name, that CNN contributor who’s always getting crazy on TV who called him an animal.”
Man. Navarro has racked up at least three years worth of histrionics on cable TV and she still can’t get Carlson to recognize what her name is.
Nevertheless, I think Navarro needs to keep at it.
Don’t just do it to fight the Trump presidency. Don’t just do it to vent your spleen. Do it because you’re the funniest person on cable TV ever since Ed Schultz lost his job at MSNBC.
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