Ana Navarro Says ‘The Star Spangled Banner’ Is ‘White Supremacist National Anthem’

Ana Navarro
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A disturbing video is going viral in which “The View” co-host Ana Navarro blatantly claims that “The Star Spangled Banner” is the “white supremacist national anthem.”

Navarro Slams National Anthem

Though Navarro, who has long claimed to be a Republican yet offers no evidence to back this up and frequently expresses radically liberal views to the leftist media, actually made these comments last month, they are only just now making the rounds on the internet.

While discussing Donald Trump’s “bloodbath” remarks that the media infamously latched onto, Navarro accused the former president of encouraging his supporters to attack people of color with the comments he makes about migrants coming into the U.S.

“I will never stop caring,” Navarro said, according to Raw Story. “I have cared from the first minute, and I will continue caring for the rest of my life because I think we’ve learned that words matter.”

“And, you know, it’s really funny because you’ve mentioned this alternative national anthem,” she continued. “How ironic is it that every time the Black national anthem is played, a lot of these people go berserk? I guess it’s just their white supremacist national anthem is okay.”

This comes at a time in which America’s national anthem is under attack from leftists like never before. “Lift Every Voice And Sing,” which is known as the black national anthem, is now played along with “The Star Spangled Banner” before major sporting events like the Super Bowl.

Related: NFL Gets Torched After Announcing ‘Black National Anthem’ Will Be Performed At Super Bowl

Megyn Kelly Torches Black National Anthem

Many conservatives have pointed out that this only divides Americans even more than they already are, as the actual national anthem is something that is meant to bring the country together as one.

“The so-called Black National Anthem does not belong at the Super Bowl,” the former Fox News host Megyn Kelly wrote on social media during the game. “We already have a National Anthem and it includes EVERYONE.”

Kelly later doubled down on this on her eponymous SiriusXM talk show.

“Once again, we were subjected to the so-called Black national anthem, “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” before the actual national — I am sick of this. It’s not necessary,” Kelly argued, according to Mediaite.

“It’s divisive!” she continued. “There’s one national anthem for all of us! Every American. There is no point in — actually, it’s really a middle finger to the country and to those of us who love each other, irrespective of skin color, to try to divide us by race when we get to anthems at the Super Bowl!”

Watch Kelly talk more about this in the video below.

Related: Megyn Kelly Torches Black National Anthem – ‘Does Not Belong At The Super Bowl’

Kari Lake Reveals What’s Wrong With Black National Anthem

In September of last year, the former Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake revealed what exactly is wrong with the black national anthem.

“I’m against a ‘black National Anthem’ for the same reason I am against a ‘white National Anthem,’ a ‘gay National Anthem,’ a ‘straight National Anthem,’ a ‘Jewish National Anthem,’ a ‘Christian National Anthem,’ and so on,” Lake explained to Newsweek.

“We are ONE NATION, under God, Francis Scott Key’s words ring true for every single American Citizen regardless of their skin color,” she continued.

Contrary to what Navarro said, there is nothing “white supremacist” about “The Star Spangled Banner.” While the black national anthem is designed to divide Americans even further than they already are, “The Star Spangled Banner” aims to bring them together, which is why the left is so desperate to destroy it.

Navarro can bash “The Star Spangled Banner” all that she wants to, but there are millions of American patriots who will not let this great country’s national anthem go anywhere anytime soon.

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