Anna Navarro Says She Has PTSD From 2016; Worries About Everything On Election


The View ladies spent a part of their show’s Friday segment discussing about the surge of anxiety across the country as the election day is fast approaching.

Whoopi Goldberg kicked off the program by asking her co-hosts “what are they most worried about.”

For Navarro, she has many worries and concerns as much as Joy Behar. “Girl, are you kidding? Three days away from the election? I’m anxious about everything. I’m anxious about how the rain is going to affect voting. I’m anxious about the postal service and ballots not getting there on time. I’m very concerned about outstanding mail-in ballots,” Navarro said.

She went on talking about requested mail-in ballots for mostly Democrats in her state Florida that had not been returned.

“If you wake up November 4th and your candidate of choice was not elected you’re going to feel like you just had two bottles of tequila the night before,” Navarro added. “But your hangover is going to last for four years.”

For co-host Sunny Hostin, her concerns were voter suppression, which she, of course, blamed to the conservatives. She claimed she was also concerned about the continued impact of the coronavirus pandemic, specifically in minority communities.

Navarro jumped in again saying: “What scares me, too, is people relying on the polls. I have PTSD from 2016. I remember the polls looked pretty good for Hillary Clinton the week before the elections. You know, she had a bunch of fireworks ready to go election night that were never lit. And so, you know, I hope people are not relying on the polls and thinking that that means they don’t have to go out and vote, that they don’t have to go stand in line, they don’t have to return their ballot. They can vote for you know whomever they want, a third party or write-in, Mickey Mouse. We’ve learned our lesson after 2016. Voting matters. Every vote matters.”