CNN political commentator Ana Navarro instructed Monday that Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., deserved to be harassed within the rest room by left-wing activists at Arizona State University.

Navarro, who periodically co-hosts ABC’s “The View,” additionally condemned the motion of chasing somebody into a toilet, describing it as “beyond the pail [sic],” regardless of her expressed emotions about Sinema.

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“Chasing anybody -public or private- into a bathroom, to me is beyond the pail [sic]. Maybe if [Sinema] spent less time in fundraisers with corporate donors and held town-halls to listen to constituents and answer their questions, they wouldn’t chase her into the damn [bathroom],” Navarro tweeted.

Sinema was confronted by the activists whereas educating a Sunday class on the college. When she proceeded to the lavatory the activists adopted her, criticizing her opposition to varied elements of President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda and imploring her to guard unlawful immigrants.

Filming somebody in a toilet with out their consent is illegal in Arizona.


Sinema condemned the harassment in a prolonged assertion, calling the conduct “not legitimate protest” and “wholly inappropriate.”  

Navarro joined an extended listing of left-leaning information shops trying to justify the activists’ conduct, together with the liberal website Jezebel, which printed a bit titled “Absolutely Bully Kyrsten Sinema Outside Of Her Bathroom Stall,” and The Young Turks, who claimed it was Sinema who “created this environment” for activists needing to take such motion.

Sinema had already been the topic of intense criticism earlier than the lavatory incident, together with Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va, on account of her opposition to the huge, Democratic-backed $3.5 trillion spending invoice presently being negotiated in Congress, and a serious legislative element of the Biden agenda.

She has been publicly confronted a number of occasions because the rest room incident, most lately on an airplane and on the airport whereas returning to Washington on Monday.

Fox News’ Lindsay Kornick contributed to this report.