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Meghan McCain and Candace Owens Try to Out-Pundit Each Other In Twitter Flame War

Meghan McCain and Candace Owens Try to Out-Pundit Each Other In Twitter Flame War

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It hasn’t been the best week to be an anti-vax Trump supporter or a famous politician’s daughter. Both MAGA mouthpiece Candace Owens and Meghan “It’s Been At Least Three Whole Seconds Since I’ve Mentioned My Dad” McCain have been trending on Twitter for the last couple of days, each for their own dubious reasons.

McCain wrote a racist essay and was being rightfully ratioed for it. Owens conducted an interview with Donald Trump where he corrected her about the validity of the COVID-19 vaccines and bragged about being boosted, which has set off a multilayered outraged reaction from the remaining MAGA faithful who believed Dear Leader didn’t believe in the vaccines, but a delighted reaction from people who understand science.

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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – OCTOBER 08: Candace Owens is seen on set of “Candace” on October 08, 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee. The show will air on Wednesday, October 13th. (Photo by Jason Davis/Getty Images)

But then it got better for people who dislike both McCain and Owens, because two of the least-liked women on the platform engaged in an hours-long Twitter fight Thursday night that left some users unsure which one to root for, as neither of them is especially welcome at our table. Because McCain jumped on the anti-Candace bandwagon, but Twitter was like

Commenting on the interview on Thursday afternoon, McCain started it by tweeting: “Trump schooling Candace Owens with facts and logic regarding getting the vaccine is really a sight to behold. Credit where credit is due and I hate the guy.” Owens immediately jumped on the tweet and shot back.

And then it went here. You know, in the spirit of Christmas and all.

And we all learned that nepotism and class don’t always go together.

Ultimately, of course, the winner in the battle of McCain vs Owens was Twitter.

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