You received’t hear Ana Navarro complaining about getting old anytime quickly. On Friday’s episode of The View, Navarro joked together with her cohosts about being glad to have hit 50 years previous throughout a dialog concerning the nation’s components scarcity and impending reversal of Roe v. Wade.
Navarro, who celebrated her fiftieth birthday in December, quipped to the panel, “Pay attention, between the Roe v. Wade and the scarcity of components, I’ve by no means been so grateful for my shriveled up, 50-year-old ovaries.”
The nation has been experiencing a child components scarcity that has been slowly constructing and has solely worsened this week. In accordance with the New York Instances, the scarcity “has been constructing for months and stems from pandemic provide points that had been exacerbated by the February closure of a significant manufacturing plant.”
Navarro was additionally referring to the leaked Supreme Court docket opinion indicating the reversal of Roe v. Wade, which might give states the facility to ban abortion.
After making her co-hosts snicker, Navarro shifted to a extra severe tone when responding to Pleasure Behar‘s query about whether or not President Joe Biden is at fault for the components scarcity. Navarro argued, “Issues have occurred due to COVID, and this has been an ideal storm. There’s been employees shortages, there’s been shortages of a few of the substances, there’s been the recall challenge, there’s the monopoly challenge.”
“Look, if you wish to blame Biden for the scarcity, high-quality,” Navarro stated, earlier than saying former president Donald Trump deserves his justifiable share of blame for shortages of vaccines, bathroom paper, automobiles and paper towels, merchandise which had been all affected throughout the pandemic.
She joked of the paper towels, “Perhaps he used all of them throwing them at Puerto Rico!”
The View airs weekdays at 11/10c on ABC. Watch the panel’s full dialogue concerning the components scarcity within the video above.