One day after county officials linked the outbreak of coronavirus in New Orleans to its celebration of Mardi Gras culminating on February 25, the city’s Democrat mayor was invited on The View to do some damage control. But instead of taking responsibility, LaToya Cantrell put the blame on Trump, just as the media has done.
The media has forgotten about impeachment and put renewed efforts into pinning the coronavirus on President Trump. That was evident on The View Friday, as co-host Sunny Hostin peddled a debunked lie about President Trump while she, and her co-host Meghan McCain whined about how conservatives only get their news from Fox News and President Trump.
The unhinged media is still politicizing the spread of COVID-19, and pointing fingers at President Trump after he addressed the nation last night. The hosts of The View unanimously panned the speech for lacking emotion and being "xenophobic" while claiming that “Trump’s party” doesn’t care about Americans. Even right-leaning host Meghan McCain and liberal Joy Behar agreed that this was going to be the “silver bullet” that took down the Trump presidency.
Nobody should be surprised that The View on ABC broke out on Friday into a denunciation of "patriarchy" and "misogyny" after Elizabeth Warren dropped out of the presidential race. After a few clips of Warren playing the Sexism card, Meghan McCain blamed the media. Can anyone cite a specific example of vicious anti-Warren news coverage?
The hosts of The View were so thrilled by 2020 Democrat candidate Joe Biden dominating Super Tuesday, on Wednesday morning that one host claimed Biden’s wife, who is an English professor, should become the leading medical authority in the country. Not only that, but she floated the possibility of Barack Obama becoming President Biden's pick for Vice President.
There is a disease going around, and I'm not talking only about the coronavirus.It's a political disease, and it seems to be spreading, especially among certain politicians who are looking for another way to expel President Trump from office. Last week on the ABC program “The View,” co-host Meghan McCain responded to applause from the audience after another co-host, Sunny Hostin, suggested that Vice President Mike Pence is being set up by President Trump to be the “fall guy” should the response to the coronavirus turn out to be inadequate.
The View continued showcasing its embarrassing fanfare for presidential candidate, Joe Biden, on Thursday’s show. All the hosts, including Meghan McCain, fawned over Biden’s performance during last night’s CNN town hall, claiming that his “empathy” would restore the “soul” of America. The liberal hosts also encouraged evangelical voters to flock to Biden, versus Trump, who was the “antithesis” to Christianity.
The View co-host Joy Behar faced pushback from her liberal peers on Tuesday’s show, after she started defending Bernie Sanders comments praising Fidel Castro. However, some of her co-hosts shared her soft take towards the dictator in years past. After Barack Obama praised the dictator, Whoopi Goldberg defended the president's comments as “proper” and “diplomatic" because Cubans were "mourning" him. She also said that Cubans "grew up not thinking the Castro regime was bad."
ABC continued shilling for disgraced former Democrat representative Katie Hill this week, with another nauseating interview, this time on The View. On Friday’s show, the hosts treated her as the victim of an ex-husband’s “revenge porn” and even lamented that she shouldn’t have resigned over her sex scandal.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) got the gooey treatment by the hosts of The View Thursday, who all were smitten with the presidential candidate’s performance during last night’s democratic debate. While Joy Behar gave the candidate high marks, she couldn’t help but be miffed by Warren going after fellow Democrat Michael Bloomberg, saying she should’ve “gone after Trump more.”
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) appeared on The View Thursday to get the usual disdainful treatment that every Republican guest gets on the liberal talk show. It wasn’t the questions he was asked, but more so the rude outbursts, interruptions and snarky comments that came at every turn in the brief interview that displayed the hosts’ contempt for Trump supporters.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was on The View Wednesday where she was at first lavished with praise from the hosts but then grilled about her support for Senator Bernie Sanders in the 2020 presidential race. Co-host Whoopi Goldberg first introduced Ocasio-Cortez as one of the “most talked about and controversial congresswomen,” before Sunny Hostin asked about her endorsing Sanders.