I have often said that “The View” is one of the most worst morning talk show programs to ever air on live television, an assessment I stand by to this day. We’re talking about a show that is hosted by a group of old, cranky, mostly post-menopausal harpies who had their prime back in the Stone Age, doing nothing but pushing progressive principles while not really having adequate representation of the opposite view to balance out the conversation. Add to that they have one of the most obnoxious women on the planet co-hosting, Joy Behar, and you have a recipe for absolute awfulness.
While we’re on the topic of Behar and “The View,” the co-host made some comments on Wednesday, following the second big loss for GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley in the primary for the presidential nomination that fully display why she’s a truly despicable person. According to Behar, the only reason Haley is staying in the race after losing both Iowa and New Hampshire is because she’s hoping Trump will “choke on a cheeseburger.”
What a lovely individual.
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Behar made the comments in response to cohost Whoopi Goldberg, who asked why Haley would stay in the race after a second consecutive double-digit loss — first in the Iowa caucuses, and then in the New Hampshire primary — to Trump.
Staunchly racist Sunny Hostin praises faux-conservative Ana Navarro. She claims Navarro "remained a Republican and she started stumping for Joe Biden." She says the real Republicans "have to" vote for Biden.
Faux-conservative Alyssa Farah Griffin says she's open to it. pic.twitter.com/XjxWM5Bt5l
— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) January 24, 2024
“I need you guys to tell me why she thinks there’s a path forward,” Goldberg stated during the segment. “Because she’s not removing herself, so I’m curious what your thought is.”
Several of the cohosts began talking at once, but Behar came out on top. “Well, in the words of Lawrence O’Donnell, ‘maybe he’ll choke on a cheeseburger,’” she said, prompting laughs around the table and in the audience.
Cohost Alyssa Farah Griffin, who has said from the beginning that she would prefer to see Haley with the Republican primary, said that she was glad to see the South Carolina Republican remain in the race, at least for the time being.
“I don’t think there’s anything wrong with continuing to fight,” she commented on the program. “She was a two-term governor of South Carolina. I see the math as very hard because Trump has kind of set up the primary so it favors him. Nevada, he changed the rules so that — it favors him. All the Super Tuesday states are winner-take-all, that favors him.”
“It’s tough,” Griffin added. “I like that she’s fighting because there’s currently two people standing between Donald Trump and the White House: Nikki Haley and Joe Biden. And that is scary.”
Another harpie on the show, Sunny Hostin, decided it was her turn to squawk and heaped a ton of praise on her colleague, Ana Navarro, who claims to be a Republican, despite the fact she fights almost tooth-and-nail against every member of the GOP in office.
Hostin pointed out that Navarro had given Biden two thumbs up when he was running against Trump in 2020, arguing that “real Republicans” should cast a vote for Biden, despite the fact he stands in opposition to almost every single principle conservatives believe in, which is an idea that Griffin really seemed to like.
“I’m going to listen to Joe Biden. I’m going to hear what he has to say,” she stated.
I don’t know who keeps tuning in to watch “The View,” but please, for the love of all that’s good and right in this world, stop.