On Wednesday’s episode of “The View,” Joy Behar launched yet another attack on the 74 million Americans who voted for Donald Trump, this time claiming that those who still think he won the election are enthralled in a “the white supremacy mentality” that does not want Black votes to count.
“This problem that we’re having in this country seems to be much larger than Jim Jordan or any of these people,” Behar said. “There was a professor, Timothy Snyder, a professor of history from Yale yesterday, and he was talking about how Trump believes he won, and these other people believe he won because they only count white people. They eliminate Black people from the rolls. They would like it to have only white people vote forever in this country. Then they can say they won.”
Not stopping there, Behar doubled down and further bought into the liberal narrative of making absolutely everything about race.
“Unfortunately, Black people vote and are here to stay, unfortunately for them,'” she said. “When you say 40% still want him to be president, it’s possible that that is the white supremacy mentality that is pervasive in this country. Until you get rid of that— and it’s all around the world, by the way — it’s not just this country.”
“There’s a feeling of the other is not good enough,” Behar concluded. “We saw this in the Holocaust. The Jews were the other, and the Blacks in this country, according to these people in this country, are the other, and they don’t deserve to vote. That’s why they keep saying they win. Because in their minds, only white people should vote.”
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Behar has spent the past four years relentlessly attacking Trump and his supporters every day on her talk show. Just after the November election, Behar went on the attack against Trump voters, saying that they need to “look in the mirror” and see what they did.
“A lot of people in this country need to have a come-to-Jesus moment and look in the mirror and see what they did,” Behar said.
“Again, we don’t call people names but look in the mirror and say, ‘Did I vote because of my pocketbook and did I ignore the fact that children are being separated from their parents? Did I vote because I don’t want Black people moving into the suburbs and ignore the fact that Black people are always behind the eight ball in this country and can’t get a leg up because of my vote?’” she added. “People need to look in the mirror.”