WWII KISS STATUE DEFACED WITH #METOO: The co-hosts discuss the controversy surrounding the WWII kiss statue – originally inspired by the iconic photograph in Times Square – after “#MeToo” was spray painted on it. https://t.co/zTlhrEWkGF pic.twitter.com/HyVIqzW9Wc— The View (@TheView) February 20, 2019
The panel discusses the controversy surrounding the iconic WWII kissing sailor photo, which was turned into a statue that was recently defaced with #MeToo. Sunny mentions how the two people in the photo were strangers and the sailor actually had a girlfriend at the time, who eventually became his wife. Ana thinks people are going too far with their outrage. Meghan complains that everything she loves is being ruined by PC politics.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard says being confronted with "the high human cost of war" while serving in Iraq influenced her anti-interventionist stance.— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) February 20, 2019
"I was struck with the names and the faces of my brothers and sisters who were paying the price for this war" https://t.co/5atF55nKl3 pic.twitter.com/ZOsuFWlpBT
Tulsi Gabbard explains why she's running for president and expands on her anti-interventionist stance. She says that US intervention and regime-change never leads to anything good and cites Libya, Iran, and Iraq as examples. She doesn't fully support the Green New Deal because its too vague, but she supports Medicare For All and free college.
.@DesusNice and @THEKIDMERO tell us about seeing friend @AOC become a Congresswoman and why she’s the first guest on their new show @SHODesusAndMero. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/neWXCfJekn— The View (@TheView) February 20, 2019
Meghan asks them to have Republicans on the show, but no Republicans want to be on the show so she volunteers herself. She asks why Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is their first guest and they explain how they were friends before she got elected to Congress.
#GreenBookMovie is nominated for five #Oscars and is named after the survival guide created by Victor Hugo Green. Today, we honor him as our #BlackHistoryMonth FYI. Green created this guide book of safe establishments in the "Jim Crow" era south for black travelers. pic.twitter.com/K7ixz1LTbt— The View (@TheView) February 20, 2019
The View honors travel writer Victor Hugo Green for Black History Month.
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