Meghan McCain, co-host of ABC’s “The View,” ripped Bill O’Reilly on Friday after the the former Fox News host suggested that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg could be nearby death.
In a tweet, McCain called O’Reilly’s open comments about Ginsburg’s health “gross and ghoulish” and asked him to join her in praying for a magnanimous Supreme Court justice.
“There’s unequivocally zero some-more sum and ghoulish than people in a media pontificating on a open persons health and a suppositious domestic ramifications of their death,” McCain tweeted Friday afternoon.
“Join me in praying for RBG to have a rapid and healthy liberation – we are Christians, aren’t we Bill?” she added.
There’s unequivocally zero some-more sum and ghoulish than people in a media pontificating on a open persons health and a suppositious domestic ramifications of their death. Join me in praying for RBG to have a rapid and healthy liberation – we are Christians, aren’t we Bill? https://t.co/03qXbBzEKQ
— Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) December 21, 2018
O’Reilly had tweeted progressing in a day that Ginsburg’s health was failing, and that another appointment to a Supreme Court underneath a Trump presidency was imminent. Ginsburg underwent a procession Friday to mislay two cancerous growths from her lungs.
“Justice Ginsburg is really ill. Another Justice appointment unavoidable and soon. Bad news for a left,” he wrote.
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O’Reilly, a former horde of “The O’Reilly Factor” was dismissed from Fox News following a news in The New York Times divulgence a network paid millions to 5 women who had indicted him of passionate harassment.
McCain, before a co-host on Fox News’s “Outnumbered,” left a network to co-host “The View” in 2017.