Speaking on ‘America Now’ Thursday night, host Buck Sexton called-out musician Miley Cyrus for her on-air adoration of Hillary Clinton this week, blasting the pop star for “North Korea-like” praise of the failed democratic nominee.
Buck reacted to a recent clip of the liberal celebrity reading the former Secretary of State a ‘thank you’ letter on live television; becoming visibly emotional as she applauded Clinton for her lifetime of public service.
“That’s Miley Cyrus crying. At this point, Hillary lost the election almost a year ago now. She’s crying because Hillary’s such a great role model for her? This is on a comedy show. This is some kind of disorder,” said Buck.
“Hillary does not care about any of you. Hillary would sell you all out if the price was right, and the price would not be very high,” he added.
“It is a specifically democrat trait, to be so emotionally –not just invested- to be emotionally invested in a way that you almost co-identify with a politician. That Hillary’s a part of these women in some way. Hillary’s such a major role in their lives, how? Are they following her every pronouncement?” Sexton asked.
“I don’t understand where this really comes from. These are adults that go on TV to praise her; this is North Korea-like,” said Buck. “This is all the effect of propaganda. None of these women have some deep personal connection to Hillary Clinton. This is the way they feel because they’ve been fed a steady stream of, ‘She’s breaking open the glass ceiling.’”
“As a woman, your positions on policy, if you’re a democrat and a woman, have to be first and foremost about gender. That’s what this is,” he added.
Listen to Buck on ‘America Now’ above.