Meghan McCain is showing some support for those involved in lockdown protests amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The 35-year-old The View panelist opened up in the show’s most recent remote episode where they talked about the protests that have gone on in multiple states.
“There are a lot of people in our country who are in pain, who are out of work, who are losing their homes and I think when people are scared and they are in pain, they start to panic,” Meghan shared. “And it doesn’t look like there’s any resolution to this coming in the future.”
She added, “When people are looking down the barrel of the inability to feed their children, to send their children to college, to possibly lose their homes, I understand the anger and the pain/”
“I certainly don’t want any more people to get sick or die, obviously, I don’t think anyone wants that,” Meghan said. “But I do think there has to be some kind of balance with this.”
Just recently, there were rumors that fellow host Joy Behar was retiring from the talk show.