Candace Owens slams Meghan Markle for playing victim: 'She wants us to believe that she is a wounded bird'

The Black conservative commentator said she knew Harry and Meghan would leave their Canada home and eventually make it to Los Angeles


                            Candace Owens slams Meghan Markle for playing victim: 'She wants us to believe that she is a wounded bird'
Candace Owens (L) tore into Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (R) following their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey (Getty Images)

Conservative sensation Candace Owens responded to the outrage over Oprah Winfrey's bombshell interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, a former Hollywood actress, saying that "for someone who has spent a lifetime trying to ‘make it’, Los Angeles was always going to be the final destination.”

“If Meghan is who I believe her to be, she will not-so-absentmindedly stroke her burgeoning belly throughout because there is nothing which inspires more sympathy than an expectant mother under duress," Owens, who recently gave birth to her first child, wrote in her column for The Daily Mail on Saturday, a day before the interview aired. "With gentle coaxing, viewers will come to believe how difficult it was for her to come forward with ‘her truth’ while carrying a child.”

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Owens said she knew Harry and Meghan would leave their Canada home and eventually make it to Los Angeles. “Those two will wind up in Los Angeles. I give it three years," she remembered telling her future husband after the royal couple moved out of Kensington Palace and into Frogmore Cottage.

“I was confident that Meghan, a relatively unknown B-list actress, would somehow find a route back to Los Angeles,” Owens stated. “Because there is nothing more traditional, and therefore more repugnant to a Liberal than the concept of a monarchy and all of the ‘broken’ traditions that come with it."

In this handout image provided by Harpo Productions and released on March 5, 2021, Oprah Winfrey interviews Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on A CBS Primetime Special premiering on CBS on March 7, 2021. (Getty Images)

“If peace and quiet really were the Sussexes’ goal, then the woods and lakes of Canada were perfect,” the conservative firebrand opined. “But Canada is not Hollywood. And for someone who has spent a lifetime trying to ‘make it’, Los Angeles was always going to be the final destination. Mingling amongst A-list actors and calling A-list actresses her best friends – that was the sort of dream she recognized. And what better companion to have by her side than a genuine Prince, helping secure admission to the sort of social circle she’s unlikely to have entered through her own talent alone.”

“Meghan never cared to be a Royal,” Owens, a vocal supporter of former President Donald J. Trump, declared. “The purpose is to justify the amount of publicity she and Harry will pursue on a go-forward basis. Meghan will want us to believe that she is a wounded bird, just finding her voice. Hollywood-types will praise her and Harry as ‘brave’ and ‘inspiring’ for having the courage to speak out against such a powerful institution.  People will come to understand that Meghan and Harry are pursuing a Hollywood existence – not because she had planned for them to do so all along – but because women, black women in particular, need to find their voice in this important historical moment.”

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex meet and greet the public at the Sydney Opera House on October 16, 2018, in Sydney, Australia. (Getty Images)

In conclusion, Owens stated that “it isn’t hierarchy that Hollywood types hate. In fact, there is little more monarchical in style than hiding yourself within an £11 million mansion in California, while appealing to the public for love. Yet Meghan continues to cast herself before the world in the leading role of a victimhood series – against the media, The Firm, her sister, her father, and now the United Kingdom." She added" "If you are as exhausted as I am with these perpetually under-whelming performances, then I’d invite you all to tune out tonight, and watch something else instead."

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