Tuesday on The View, the liberal hosts were thrilled by the news that Ivanka Trump used her own personal email address to correspond about White House business. Tying it to Hillary Clinton’s private email server debacle, Sunny Hostin and Joy Behar attacked their conservative co-hosts for pointing out it wasn’t the same as Clinton’s email problem.
During Thursday’s edition of The View, the panel weighed in on CNN's lawsuit against the Trump administration for revoking White House Correspondent Jim Acosta’s “hard pass.” The panel rushed to Acosta’s defense, in addition to spouting the usual talking points about how Sarah Sanders is a liar.
Yes, you read that correctly. The lunacy of ABC’s The View knows no bounds as liberal hosts Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin turned the suggestion that CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta “assaulted” a White House aide yesterday, into the young aide’s fault. Citing her legal experience, Hostin claimed that the aide was actually in the wrong and could be pressed by Acosta for charges of battery.
Tuesday on ABC’s The View, the co-hosts talked about the midterm elections today and President Trump’s statement in an interview Monday that he “regrets” his tone hasn’t been softer. While the hosts bashed the remark as an inauthentic way to reach women voters, co-host Joy Behar turned her nose up at women who supported Trump, characterizing them as stupid.
Thursday on The View, the liberal hosts grilled their guest, FNC’s Geraldo Rivera, for comments he made about the pipe bomb suspect, and the media’s attacks on President Trump. Rivera, who's not a conservative by any stretch of the imagination, still took heat because he defended President Trump and called out CNN for being partisan and biased.
Jeff Flake spent the past year grandstanding against President Trump on his way out of office and still can’t get supporters in the liberal media. The Republican Senator from Arizona was mercilessly grilled on his Kavanaugh vote on Tuesday’s The View, all the while being lauded as a "moderate" voice in his party.
On Monday’s The View, the show started off with the hosts ripping into President Trump and “the right” for speaking out against the caravan of illegal aliens marching towards the U.S./Mexico border. Meghan McCain was the only co-host to argue for stronger immigration laws, as the rest of the hosts complained about racism and the lack of “humanity” the President displayed.
Co-host Meghan McCain called out her liberal co-hosts and Democrats for defending Senator Elizabeth Warren, on Tuesday’s The View, after Warren released DNA test results showing she greatly exaggerated her Native American heritage. After Whoopi Goldberg went out of her way to defend Warren’s claims, and Joy Behar claimed Warren’s tall tale didn’t matter, McCain argued that they and their fellow Democrats would’ve been singing a different tune had a Republican made these same claims about heritage.
The View co-host and ABC legal analyst Sunny Hostin made an outrageous argument on Thursday’s show that should raise eyebrows. Discussing Melania Trump’s comments stating we needed evidence when accusations of sexual assault are made, Hostin grew irate after co-hosts Abby Huntsman and Meghan McCain defended the need for due process. Objecting to the need for supporting evidence of any kind, Hostin gushed, “A woman’s word is enough!”
During the third installment of the Fox News Channel's Ben Shapiro Election Special, the eponymous host called out celebrities in Hollywood and the media for their hypocrisy over showing outrage about Judge Kavanaugh’s “supposed sexual brutality” but looking the other way when members of their own tribe committed similar atrocities. According to Shapiro, “the city that brought us the casting couch might not be the best source for moral guidance in politics.”
For the second show in a row, the hosts of The View promoted the idea Monday, that newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh lied and perjured himself before the Senate during his testimony two weeks ago.
No comparison is too extreme for liberals who hate Rush Limbaugh. On October 5, 2003, CBS Sunday Morning reporter Nancy Giles referred to the conservative radio star as “edgy.” She added, “Hitler would have killed in talk radio. He was edgy, too.”