Any of you guys find Ana Navarro obnoxious as hell? That’s a rhetorical question, of course. You’d have to be insane if you didn’t.

But for some inexplicable reason, Ana seems to feel like she needs to remind us that she’s an absolute chore of a human being to be around.

Naturally, Ana had a take on the deadly Highland Park mass shooting yesterday, and naturally, her take was ridiculous and cringe:

First of all, it seems awfully judgmental of Ana to be drawing conclusions about someone based on their appearance. So shame on her for that.

Plus it could end up proving to be quite problematic:

Are you a transphobe, Ana? Answer the question, dear. It looks like it might be fair one.

It’s probably safe to say that Ana Navarro doesn’t get deterred by slippery slopes. The more slippery, the better.

Well, as long as we’re on the subject of red flag laws:

So what, exactly, would red flag laws do in situations like this? Other than all but certainly be exploited, that is.

Or maybe Ana Navarro and pals don’t think the police should have any compelling legal ground to arrest you first. Given that Navarro et al. aren’t exactly huge fans of due process for their perceived ideological enemies, we don’t have a very difficult time imagining that they’d be totally down with some kind of “Minority Report”-style system of justice.

Which could never, ever backfire and be used against them, of course.

Anyway, needless to say, Ana’s suggestion that a red flag law — which, as David Harsanyi pointed out earlier, are already on the books in Illinois — or gun control measure would be the answer to the gun violence problem is highly intellectually dishonest. In other words, it’s typical Ana Navarro.

How shocking that a woman willing to degrade herself at the Altar of the Resistance is also willing to make a complete ass of herself day after day.