Here Are Some Of Ana Navarro’s Most Savage Takedowns Of Donald Trump And His Supporters
Ever since Donald Trump was elected president, there have been questions about emails, tapes, affairs and past actions, both political and private. And in this madness/sh*t show that we call the political process, there has been one bright spot: Ana Navarro. Navarro, a Republican strategist who supported Jeb Bush till the bitter end, has spent the remainder of the political race not letting Donald Trump get away with his rhetoric unscathed.
Ana Navarro has been warning the country and Republicans about Donald Trump since the beginning and hasn’t slowed down.
Let’s get him some ice for that burn, shall we?
And she is not mincing her words about how she truly feels about him.
D R A G H I M!
She has offered some advice to the Trump campaign to help them stay on their message.
She has consistently been the Latino Republican voice of reason this year.
That’s just some of what she had to say about Trump accusing federal judge Gonzalo Curiel of not being able to do his job because of his Mexican heritage.
His 3 a.m. tweet storm immediately popped up on her radar.
And she tried to lead the country through some lamaze exercises to get through the rest of the year.
She even stood up for Alicia Machado when Trump brought up her past weight gain.
“There are a lot of women out there who are going to identify with a woman who eats under stress,” Navarro told Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany. “Not everybody is a size double zero. A lot of us have a digit in front of a zero … It is not helpful to have the guy who wants to be the president of the United States of America, including the president of overweight people like he is, to be bringing this up and relitigating it.”
Seriously, Navarro is not holding back when it comes to her thoughts on Trump.
She has proved her savagery multiple times, like this incident when interrupted by Helen Aguirre Ferré.
Ferré was very outspoken against Trump on Twitter before she got a job with the Republican Nation Committee doing Latino Outreach. Once she got her RNC job, she went through and deleted all of her anti-Trump tweets, but Navarro is not one to forget such things.
She has no problem correcting Trump supporters on Twitter.
If you think that saying things like that is OK for a presidential candidate, but not OK for a private citizen, there’s a problem.
She also praised all the Republican politicians that are not getting the Trump seal of approval.
As she says, by him not endorsing those few politicians, it gives them chance to further their own careers when his tanks.
Most recently, she has led the charge against the #GropeGate excuses.
“To compare running for president to an erotic film or an erotic movie, an erotic novel, is crazy,” Navarro told staunch Trump supporter Scottie Nell Hughes. “If he wants to be held to that standard, great. Then go write “The Art Of The Groping,” but if you are running for President to the United States, then you are a role model. You are a role model for children like your daughter that you keep mentioning.”
Nor will she be told that people who still support Trump claim to be offended when she uses the same language he does.
You tell em’.
She is letting the world know that Trump is not the embodiment of Republicans.
What adjectives would you use to describe Trump?
In the end, Navarro has a message for Trump about Latino support:
He is attacking our community and we’re paying attention.
Navarro also wants the world to know that she unequivocally denounces her party’s nominee.
Tell me how you really feel, Navarro.