The ever insufferable Joy Behar, co-host of the worst morning talk show ever conceived, is probably not going to get a lot of praise from her fellow intellectually challenged liberal fans after she placed the blame for former President Donald Trump’s rise to popularity on a joke that was made by his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, then went a whole lot of steps further and bizarrely blamed silent film actor Charlie Chaplin for the rise of Adolf Hitler. I’m not sure what kind of illicit substance Behar smoked before taking the stage on Tuesday, but it must have been some really good stuff.
According to the Daily Wire:
Behar made the comments during Tuesday’s broadcast of ABC’s “The View,” saying that she believed mocking certain people made them desperate to claim power in retaliation for being made the butt of the joke.
"Comedian" Joy Behar warns that comedy can create dictators. She blames Obama at the WHCD for creating Trump and blames Charlie Chaplin for creating Hitler and the Holocaust: "Charlie Chaplin made fun of Hitler in 1940. By 1945 millions and millions of people were dead!" pic.twitter.com/07aixpoKgr
— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) January 30, 2024
Behar began the segment by complaining that, in her lifetime, Trump was one of “the most dangerous” people ever to have occupied the Oval Office.
“He is probably the most dangerous,” the host went on to say during the segment. “So you have somebody like – and he doesn’t have a good sense of humor — we all know that at the correspondents’ dinner, when President Obama made a joke about him, his skin is thinner than his hair, and he got so pissed off that he had to run for president and go after poor Obama, who was running this country. He’s a menace. So … I present that to the panel: what are you supposed to do?”
This is probably one of the stupidest statements to ever come out of Behar’s mouth. At least this year. Is she really trying to say, with a straight face, that Trump’s motivation for running for president was to somehow get back at Obama for making a joke about him at the correspondent’s dinner? You mean to tell me Donald Trump, a billionaire, is going to set himself up to be persecuted, attacked daily by the media, slammed, ripped, drug through the mud, and prosecuted by a bias justice system for years and years just because he was mad at a joke made at his expense?
Again, whatever drugs that Behar is consuming, they must be out of this world.
Co-host Sara Haines weighed in, saying that comedy was where people should go when politics and other stresses took over. Noting that politics and media often sought to divide people — intentionally, in many cases — she said that comedy was where people could come together.
“Sara, that is true. That’s what I’m trying to say here,” Behar added. “But the man doesn’t take it —”
“Doesn’t it make it more funny?” co-host Sunny Hostin asked, arguing that Trump getting outraged over jokes made them funnier.
“They made fun of Hitler, Charlie Chaplin made fun of Hitler in 1940,” Behar said, giving Hostin some push back, adding, “By 1945 millions and millions of people were dead!”
“The audience needs to laugh. The people need to laugh,” Haines stated in protest. “I don’t care, I’m not checking on Trump.”
“But it makes him so angry I don’t know what he’s going to do next,” Behar added. “You can make a joke about him, and he’ll annihilate the whole world.”
Trump decided to run for president because he saw how messed up the country was under the leftist leadership of Obama, sure, but not due to a joke. You don’t put up with all of the hatred and around-the-clock attacks and stress that comes along with being the commander-in-chief, then seek to do it all over again, because you can’t take a joke.
The bottom line is Trump wanted to put our country’s interest first, to take care of our own people and problems as a top priority. He has stood up and fought back against the insanity of the radical left and provided a voice for those who have been marginalized by Democrats for a long time. That’s what created him.