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.”
During Wednesday’s Tucker Carlson Tonight, the eponymous host lamented the fact that the ABC program The View has “recently warped from a breezy daytime show into a font of deranged propaganda.” Carlson had previously played a clip of View co-host Whoopi Goldberg saying that Donald Trump Jr. should only fear for his son in the wake of the Kavanaugh mass hysteria if he thinks his son “has these tendencies,” adding “If your child is not someone who is assaulting people, it shouldn’t be a concern for you.”
After complaining that the FBI investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was not “thorough” enough to their liking, the hosts of ABC’s The View Thursday went on to bash President Trump, for the second day in a row, for his comments at a rally calling out Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford and her memory gaps on the alleged sexual assault encounter.
It’s a sure sign of Trump Derangement Syndrome when you’d rather not know about a terrorist attack if it meant you had to get a text message alert from President Trump. View hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin whined on Wednesday’s show about the emergency alert test going out this afternoon to all Americans with smartphones, that will potentially warn of emergency events in the future, that they didn’t want to hear from President Trump for any reason.
As the media has largely swallowed whole Christine Blasey Ford’s story about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh attempting to rape her while the two were in high school, President Trump’s son Don Jr. expressed concern over his sons growing up being falsely accused of sexual misconduct by the militant #MeToo movement.The hosts of ABC’s The View didn’t hide their disdain and scorn for Trump’s comments, while scoffing at the idea that women sometimes lie about being raped as an absolutely absurd idea.
Liberal activist and actress America Ferrera showed up at the View’s Hot Topics table Friday to give her opinion on the Senate hearings Thursday with Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford. The actress went on a hysterical tirade against the “white [Republican] men” in Congress whom she saw as wanting to maintain a white majority in the country and “take away” women’s rights and votes, like in the dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale.
Friday, The View returned to discuss Thursday's Senate hearings with Brett Kavanaugh and the woman who accused him of attempting to rape her in high school, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. As to be expected, the hosts went berserk, bringing up everything from white nationalism to slavery, calling Kavanaugh an angry drunk who hates women and slamming Republicans as treating sexual assault victims as “second class citizens.”
Responding Monday morning to the sexual misconduct allegation against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh with predictable hypocrisy, the liberal ladies on ABC’s The View applauded Democrats for finally “play[ing] hardball,” deemed Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s claims to be “very credible,” and defended Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA) for not going public sooner with the letter.
Friday at the Hot Topics table, the hosts of the View discussed President Trump’s rally Thursday where he called out the writer of the anonymous New York Times op-ed, as “treasonous.” The liberal hosts were aghast at Trump’s response, saying he was the real villain of this story. The panel compared Trump to former President Nixon and Whoopi even claimed that it was now “dangerous” for anyone to criticize Trump.