The radically liberal Joy Behar had yet another meltdown against Republicans on Monday’s episode of “The View,” this time saying that while the GOP will succeed in getting Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court, it will only be a “temporary win” for them. She went on to nonsensically claim that the GOP is in a “male, white panic,” as most of the country is not on their side, according to her.
“I think they’re going to get her through because they have all the cards in her hands,” Behar said. “They have the majority, and unfortunately, we’re going to have to wait for time to go by to see where the Trump party starts to really fail, and all of these people who are trying to put the clock back to 1955 are going to be taken out of office because the tide is going forward. 62% of Americans want to keep Roe v. Wade. 67% of Americans want gay marriage. These guys are in a white panic, a male, white panic, and they want to put the clock back.”
Not stopping there, Behar doubled down as her rant went off the rails.
“Listen, I’m old enough. I remember the ’50s, okay?” she said. “A woman couldn’t even get her own credit card in those days, forget about getting an abortion. I had a girlfriend who had to fly to Puerto Rico to get an abortion. It was so difficult to get anything at that time that was legal. You had to put your life at risk in those days. Gays were terrified of coming out. This is what they would like to do to the country now, to put their reactionary Rush Limbaugh ideas into the country, and the country is not there. It’s not there. So it’s a losing battle, but a temporary win for them.”
IMPACT OF CONEY BARRETT CONFIRMATION? With the confirmation hearing for Judge Amy Coney Barrett underway, the co-hosts discuss if she’ll get a fair hearing and what’s at stake. https://t.co/uhdXvNIesW pic.twitter.com/5Lxfdduu1O
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Like most liberals, Behar is ignoring the fact that there are actually millions of conservatives who are women and minorities to instead launch a racist attack on the Republican Party by claiming it is only made up of white men. It’s this kind of attitude that will leave Behar stunned next month, should conservatives reelect President Donald Trump.