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Watters Destroys Anti-Trump Critic Claiming Navy SEAL Widow Was Nothing but a Political Pawn

Jesse Watters, the FOX News host got into a heated discussion with guest, John Schindler, when it came to discussing the wife of a fallen Navy SEAL.

Schindler, a former National Security Agency analyst, has been rather critical of the Trump administration on his Twitter account. The U.K. Independent reported that Schindler had intimated he has information about collusion with the Russians that could send Trump administration figures to jail.

However, Schindler seemed to have taken things too far when he brought up the wife of fallen Navy SEAL William “Ryan” Owens on social media after President Donald Trump paid tribute to her during his address to a joint session of Congress.

“Bad decisions happen. War is war. Right until POTUS publicly exploits a widow whose husband’s body is still warm. F*** that. F*** all that,” Schindler wrote in one Twitter post.

“If watching POTUS publicly exploit S/Chief Owens’ widow didn’t make your skin crawl, I worry about you — as an American & a human,” read another.

Schindler attempted to explain himself on Watters’ show.

“I have no problem with the president honoring Mrs. Owens,” he said. “What I have a problem with is, hours before, he had passed the buck and said they — meaning the senior military leadership — had gotten her husband killed. ‘They lost him’ is what he literally said.”

Watters quickly took Schindler to task.

“This isn’t about the raid,” Watters said. “It’s about this widow and her husband, and it’s about the long service he has given this country.”

“I can’t believe that you would denigrate the service and sacrifice of this family by accusing her of being a pawn for the president,” he continued. “You wouldn’t say that to her face, would you?”

When Schindler said he would, Watters responded that he would get “slapped in the face.”

“Your hate for Trump is clouding your compassion,” Watters said.

He concluded with a powerful line.

“Everybody in America thought this was a beautiful moment, except you and a few kooks,” Watters said. “If you want to throw in with the people on ‘The View,’ if you want to throw in with Michael Moore and Bill Maher, that’s fine. But the rest of the country thought that was a powerful moment and it was about HER, not your political agenda.”

You can see the conflict here:

H/T BizPac Review