‘The View’s’ Ana Navarro Attacks GOP For Censuring Liz Cheney: RNC Stands For ‘Republicans With No Cojones’

On Monday, ABC’s Ana Navarro tried her best to defend fellow Never Trump Republican Liz Cheney, attacking the RNC (Republican National Committee) for their recent censure of Cheney and Rep. Adam Kinzinger. 

Navarro’s best effort was to say that the RNC now stands for “Republicans with no cojones.”

Navarro made her remarks during a discussion with her co-hosts on “The View.” 

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Navarro: ‘It turned into a cult, and they worship at the altar of Trump’

The women of “The View” were particularly upset that the Republican National Committee finally made the smallest gesture to their voters, when they formally censured ‘Never Trump’ GOP Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger for taking part in the Democrats’ January 6 committee.

Navarro said, “Well, first of all, let’s talk about the RNC. The RNC and this censorship against Kinzinger and Liz Cheney — imagine Dick Cheney’s daughter being censured by the RNC, which apparently now stands for Republicans with no cojones.”

This expression is Mexican slang meaning testicles. 

“It turned into a cult, and they worship at the altar of Trump,” she added. “It’s ridiculous.”

Navarro touched upon Mike Pence, former Vice President and accusation of President Donald Trump. He claimed that Pence has no power to oppose electoral votes.

Navarro said, “Mike Pence, it took him 13 months, but I applaud him, nonetheless.”

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Navarro: The Future of Pence is Political

“I’m not sure what choice he has, right?” Navarro asked. “Because Donald Trump is never, ever going to admit he lost, and Donald Trump is never, ever going to forgive Michael Pence for not having gone along with his conspiracy.”

Navarro went on, “Mike Pence, as long as Donald Trump controls the Republican Party, which he does right now, is never, ever going to have a political future. So given that, the least he could do is try to recover a modicum of dignity.”

Navarro had advice for the vice-president.

“I would say to Mike Pence, if you feel so strongly about this, instead of speaking in front of the Federalist Society, you should speak in front of the January 6 committee and tell them what you know,” Navarro advised.