John McCain’s daughter, Meghan, had a bad case of the sorry-for-herself blues last night on Twitter. Unfortunately for her, nobody cared.
“Twitter comments and chatter are hurting me today for the first time in a really, really long time,” the toxic TV queen tweeted at 9:41 p.m. last night. “It’s hard to reconcile that my daughter can read this stuff some day… All I can say is I do my best every single day and have the best of intentions in my heart.”
Twitter comments and chatter are hurting me today for the first time in a really, really long time. It's hard to reconcile that my daughter can read this stuff some day… All I can say is I do my best every single day and have the best of intentions in my heart.
OK, first of all, why is Meghan McCain sitting up at night reading tweets about herself? Like, who does that?
Second, does she really think her daughter is going to spend her free time when she grows up scrolling through 20+ years of old tweets about her mom?
Oh, and third, what about all the hurtful things she, Meghan McCain, co-host of The View, has said about other people over the years? Has she ever considered how their children might feel about it?
And now, the responses…
Keep in mind that she will also be able to watch old episodes of The View and read The Federalist.
— Linda Childers (@lindarchilders) March 10, 2021
Your intentions are predominantly self-serving, including your intentions behind this tweet. Any regret you feel is brought on by your own behavior. I have no sympathy.
— Democrat Party Patriot 🇺🇸 (not going to Cancun) (@damobius) March 10, 2021
Meghan Markle is about to have a daughter who will, one day, be able to watch clips of your remarks, as well as those your husband makes. pic.twitter.com/yjBJkTn6ng
— OStateGal. 🌊🖤🏳️🌈 (@WaltersCathy) March 10, 2021
Playing the victim?
I’ve read some of your tweets. Give us a break.
— Thomas Pellechia (@vinofictions) March 10, 2021
The Obama girls could read every ugly thing you said about their dad but didn’t stop you, did it.
— Amo Nobunny Newtz (@AmoNewtz) March 10, 2021
Quit Twitter. You’ll be fine & we won’t be forced to endure how everything is about you. It’s not. It’s about being decent & realizing after apathy has killed 520,000 citizens & caused hunger, anxiety & unemployment for our people, we have very broken things in need of repair.
— Bimmerella🌞🇺🇸 (@bimmerella) March 10, 2021
Well when you started criticizing Fauci, things went downhill. So disrespectful. So surprising that you went that route. The man is a dedicated intelligent scientist. He didn’t deserve that. I can’t unsee you mocking him. I can’t even watch your show because of it. Huge mistake.
— Peggy Kelly Gierhart (@PeggyGierhart) March 10, 2021
Maybe use those feelings to reflect on how your comments and commentary affect others. Or is this just a one way street?
— (((Cris Spencer))) (@CrisSpencer13) March 10, 2021
I hope your daughter also reads…and sees the video of you laughing at Obama when he cried because babies were murdered in their classrooms. pic.twitter.com/Er0cQaqNGs
— Jalisa Stewart (@JalisaStwart) March 10, 2021
Did you care about Ilhan Omar’s daughter when you accused her of having ties to the California Synagogue shooting? Did you ?
— Scarlett Martinez (@ScarletM1926) March 10, 2021
People on twitter are cruel. For example, your husband twitted Meghan Markel was a “gross disaster”. That’s pretty hurtful.
— Cindy Levine (@CindyLe48571408) March 10, 2021
If only that were really the case. Your claims to “have the best intentions” are disingenuous at best. Your intention is controversy. You got what you asked for.
— jessica💋rabbit (@ItsMrsRabbitToU) March 10, 2021
It would help if you stopped making everything about you. It’s hard to believe you care when you only relate to how things affect you. If you began showing empathy for others based on their situation it would go along way in people showing kindness to you.
— movielocks (@realmovielocks) March 10, 2021
if this is your best, you should pack it in.
— Orpheus (@3pickups) March 10, 2021
You are a mean girl Meghan
— Lisa Grande (@LisaGrande13) March 10, 2021
Graham Gremore is the Features Editor and a Staff Writer at Queerty. Follow him on Twitter @grahamgremore.