Guys, Meghan (Soylent Blonde to Scissorheads) done wrote a book with her own two fingers and Variety has an excerpt:
In the new memoir “Bad Republican,” Meghan McCain talks about the last four years of her life as the conservative co-host on “The View,” as well as dealing with the death of her father — Arizona Sen. John McCain. In the exclusive excerpt below, McCain writes about the turning point with Joy Behar last January that convinced her it was time to leave “The View.” “Bad Republican” is available on Audible on Oct. 21. Read Variety‘s interview with McCain about the new book.
I won’t steal their thunder except for this one passage that is sooooo Soy-Blo:
But there’s stuff that happens on “The View” that shouldn’t be allowed. For whatever reason, there’s a deep level of misogyny about the way “The View” is covered and written about in the media, where tabloids are always writing about the co-hosts hating each other backstage. It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy because the atmosphere of “The View” breeds drama: producers can’t control hosts, manage conflict or control leaking. My take on the show is that working at “The View” brings out the worst in people. I believe that all the women and the staff are working under conditions where the culture is so fucked up, it feels like quicksand.
Ever the narcissist, Soy-Blo is always the victim, and never responsible for anything that ensues.