Here's another classic case of hypocrisy from The View.
Co-host Joy Behar opened Friday's show asking her fellow co-hosts if they were concerned about polls showing over 50 percent of voters in swing states are concerned about Joe Biden and Donald Trump's mental fitness for office.
Ana Navarro, a Biden surrogate, showed how she’s living in an alternate reality by touting how "coherent" Biden is (uh, maybe if he can read his teleprompter correctly):
I don't understand how anybody can think there's an equivalence between Joe Biden's mental fitness -- the man is coherent. He's not sending us out to inject bleach into ourselves. He is not holding multi-thousand-people rallies packed like sardines in the middle of a pandemic.
But co-host Sunny Hostin tried to pretend that she was above questioning a politician’s mental fitness, calling it “inappropriate.”
“Well, you know, I'm not a physician, and so I think it's inappropriate to opine about mental fitness. It almost feels crass to me," she stated before going on a rant about all the deaths and racism Trump is supposedly responsible for.
Eight months ago, Hostin didn’t feel it was crass or inappropriate to question President Trump’s mental fitness.
Here’s a Friday flashback from December, 18, 2019’s The View where Hostin spoke about the open letter the rPesident wrote to Nancy Pelosi:
SUNNY HOSTIN: It was very bizarre, and it's on the internet, you know. I hope people will read it. It's six pages. It's single spaced...I read it about, five times and every time I read it, I wear a Fitbit, and my heart kept getting faster and faster, like, my heart rate because it was scary. First I felt pity, then concern and then I got scared.
WHOOPI GOLDBERG: For the country you mean?
HOSTIN: For the country! I started thinking about the 25th amendment if I'm honest. I started thinking about his fitness to lead the country because it sounded -- it sounded like the rantings of someone that was unstable.
The View hosts have vehemently defended Biden's health while they spread their own conspiracies about Trump's health many times before.
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