Meghan McCain Describing White Privilege And Actress Lori Laughlin On The View Is Spot On

After the reveal of the nationwide college admissions scandal, in which actress Lori Loughlin among others, was found to have allegedly “agreed to pay bribes totaling $500,000 in exchange for having their two daughters designated as recruits to the USC crew team—despite the fact that they did not participate in crew—thereby facilitating their admission to USC,” people are really realizing how rigged the system has been in favor of the wealthy all along.

And as you can well imagine, we are not happy about it.

Following her court appearance in Boston, where Loughlin appeared to be laughing and signing autographs, The View‘s Meghan McCain, daughter of the late U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) unexpectedly criticized Loughlin as the “face of everything, culturally, we hate about White privilege.”

The weird part is, she’s definitely not wrong about that…but McCain herself is in an odd position to comment on White privilege.

McCain said that Loughlin’s behavior was awkward and kind of offensive.

“As someone who loves a party bus, she arrived to court in a party bus with her lawyers,” McCain said.

“I thought that was weird. Then she’s getting out and waving and smiling. It’s like, you did a heinous crime. We don’t know the ramifications, and you’re acting like it’s a red carpet. It’s amazing and so far off from the seriousness of this case, and I think it offended so many people.”

Again, while not wrong…does McCain know who her father was and presumably why she has her job on The View?

McCain seems completely unaware of the irony, but viewers are taking close notice.

The college admissions scandal continues to develop, as some wealthy parents have reportedly cut deals with federal prosecutors, while a handful have decided to bring their cases to trial.

Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, both headliners of the scandal, have yet to cut deals.

They face up to five years in prison if convicted.

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