CNN’s Ana Navarro: Melania Suffered ‘Oxygen Deprivation to the Brain’

A CNN commentator had some nasty words for the First Lady today, after Melania Trump gave a speech about cyberbullying.

“On vacay & I swore I’d stay off political twitter. But damn, girlfriend’s lack of self-awareness & any sense of shame for her husband’s use of the Presidency to bully others, is hard to ignore,” wrote bitter #NeverTrump “conservative” Ana Navorro.

“Only plausible explanation here is, Melania suffered oxygen deprivation to the brain.”

The irony, of course, is that while Navarro chided Melania for taking up the cause of cyberbullying while President Donald J. Trump often Tweets harshly, she in fact cyber-bullied Melania to make her point.

“Let’s face it: most children are more aware of the benefits and pitfalls of social media than some adults, but we still need to do all we can to provide them with information and tools for successful and safe online habits,” Melania said during her speech.

Apparently, Navarro thinks that she is a doctor. This is the second time that she has tried to diagnose a Trump family member via Twitter.

“Only possible defensible explanation for Trump’s disgusting, unpresidential, narcissistic behavior, would be early-on-set dementia. Maybe.” she tweeted last August in another example of cyberbullying.

Navarro is one of the most consistent bullies on Twitter. She recently called everyone associated with the White House liars.

“If [sic] having a hard time keeping track: a Press Secretary, who lies from the podium daily in order to defend a President who lies and makes all sorts of things up, says that an opportunistic former White House staffer who will say anything to get attention & make a dime, is lying,” she said.

She also berates Trump as a racist regularly, which he is not.

“R-E-S-P-E-C-T her memory and keep her name out of your racist mouth,” she barked when Trump mourned the loss of Aretha Franklin.

Hypocrisy knows no limits with Navarro and the rest of the CNN crew.

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