Meghan McCain, or as she often refers to herself, "JOHN MCCAIN's DAUGHTER!" is no stranger to go viral. Usually, it is related to "The View" co-host's ability to enhance fear mourning around a particular black Muslim freshman congresswoman or, more generally, find innovative ways to center herself and her feelings on political and cultural issues, regardless of relevance. 19659002] But when she started coaching on Tuesday, McCain finally gave her fans and hate – and even the only vigilance of her shows existence – the rare gift: a good viral moment everyone can enjoy.
"Can anyone explain to me the purpose of the display?" Denise McAllister wrote on Twitter. McAllister, who is not John McCain's daughter, is a senior contributor to The Federalist, the conservative publication founded by McCain's own husband . "It seems to me to be a round table about misleading mental midgets ricocheting ignorance and lack of emotional regulation."
Added to McAllister's shadow was an article that specifically criticized McCain, who suggested ABC to replace her with one more President Trump-loving conservative. McCain's face, still from an episode of "The View", was also the highlighted image on the history link and thus the face of McAllist's snarky tweet.
No alien to shameless self-promotion often strikes McCain's critics on social media. However, considering who McAllister is ̵
Instead, McCain replied McAllist's tweet simply: "You were at my wedding Denise …."
Let's break it down: Writes in small letters to indicate a relentless answer; The devastating four dot ellipses, not suggesting a breezy drag but rather a far more brutal second sentence, chose McCain to omit, but wanted McAllister to know she could install if needed.
So the federal writer and friend wife? – caught red-handed gossiping about McCain and called for it, trying to save face with an obsequious face.
" I think the picture on the story made it look like this was personally aimed at you, Meghan," McAllister tweeted back. "My comment was aimed at The View and the mental midgets that surround you. I don't even know how to do it daily and my hat is off for you to stand strong in the midst of crazy."
Good try, Denise. McAllister backpedaled faster than Cook County Attorney's Office could suddenly drop all the charges against Jussie Smollett.
While McAllister tried to play the sacred high school defense of "I-didn & # 39; t-mean-YOU-just-all-the- others -girls," the damage was done. As all that glorious (and not) on the internet goes, McCain's quiet burn was almost a meme.
What if Shakespeare had thought of McCain's rejoinder?
Could you be at my wedding Denise being a powerful New protest chant?
Did it even happen if there was no cartoon processing by New Yorker?
McCain's versatile response would even be an appropriate incineration to add to Trump's repertoire of class school insults and non-sequitur outbreaks.
Could "you were at my wedding, Denise …." be the new dismissal we have all been looking for?
Allana Harkin, "Full Frontal" Director and Correspondent, imagines the possibility of an ongoing dramatic reenactment by McCain's snub.
Even Lena Dunham joined a "Girls" reference, probably thrilled that the Internet didn't even come to her.
Of course, McCain drew attention and called "flip back" her "gift for the internet" and for everyone to use.  And for once McCain is not wrong. As the New York Times view author Jamelle Bouie said, "was nice to feel down this week and so I saw" you were on my wedding day "and now I feel revived."
THANKS MEGHAN. With the end (or not) of the Mueller study history and the ending (or not) of the Jussie Smollett event, the internet really needed a good laugh. Many thanks to McCain for giving everyone a quote to gather around.
Of course, there were some on the internet who sneaked at fun. Yes, McCain has a great platform for expressing his malicious policy, and for some to the left, a feud between a federalist and a McCain has no winners. But the joy of engulfing in meme-omication of this moment comes precisely from the exchange rooted in republican medieval gossip performance: hypocrisy and humiliation of McAllister, the thrill of witnessing a betrayal of McCain followed by McAllister's insignificant backpedaling.
Will the relationship between Meghan and Denise ever recover? Who cares?
On McAllister's timeline, the gloves are off and she is acting snark too full on jabs. In response to a supporter claiming that McAllister actually agreed with McCain, the federal contributor replied: "I think we have determined that most people do not read. But, hi, I was at her wedding," she said. . "Something I would have preferred that the public didn't know. But private is no longer so private."
Apparently McAllister is not a fan of memes either. "I have no desire to take the tweet back … Meghan and I are hardly aware of [sic] and we are not friends."
Ouch, Denise …. I think it's safe to say that she won't make the guest list the next big McCain event.