Newly selected Miss USA Kara McCullough, who competed as Miss District of Columbia, has put liberals in a frenzy with her comments during the pageant about health care:
An African-American nuclear chemist from Washington, DC, won the 2017 edition of Miss USA on Sunday night after telling the audience about her conservative political viewpoints.Apparently being African-American and holding conservative views (even if this is the only conservative view she holds -- I don't know) is unacceptable:
Kára McCullough, a 25-year-old nuclear chemist who works for the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, told the audience how she doesn't necessarily view herself as a feminist and said that health care is a privilege and not a right.
She also won plaudits for wearing her hair natural and curly throughout the competition.
McCullough’s remarks set off an instant Twitter debate over the polarizing issue with Republican attempts to repeal and replace Obamacare serving as a backdrop.Liberals, apparently, do not understand what a "right" is. But we knew that. In any event I'm sure it didn't hurt Ms. McCullough's performance that she is smoking fucking hot:
“Miss DC was my fav but ... not after that answer,” wrote Twitter user Charlsley Carey. “Everyone has a right to health care.”
She's also a nuclear scientist and, since she was born in Naples and grew up in Virginia Beach, I'm going to guess she's a Navy brat. All in all, not a bad package.
And, as Real Clear Politics points out, Ms. McCullough tends to highlight the difference between conservatives and progressives. Conservatives deal with the real world and try to be consistent. Progressives, not so much:
NBC's Peter Alexander grills Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Cali.) for her displeasure at President Trump firing FBI Director James Comey after she had announced in January that he has lost all credibility after attending a classified briefing conducted by the now-former director.This sort of inanity prompted Real Clear Politics to give us this juxtaposition:
In March, Waters issued a press release that read Comey "advanced Russia's misinformation campaign."
"I do not necessarily support the president's decision," Waters said. " I think that if the president would have fired him when he first came in, he would not have to be in a position now where he is trying to make up a story about why. It does not meet the smell test."However, in the interview Wednesday on MSNBC, asked if she would be okay with a hypothetical President Hillary Clinton dismissing Comey from his position, Waters said yes.
Works for me.