Joy Behar continues to embarrass ABC with her clear double standard and hatred for all things conservative.
She trashed Trump and his supporters, again, but this time was called out by Megan McCain who pointed out the clear hypocrisy in Joy’s position.
“He doesn’t care about you. He doesn’t care about your health or your children’s health. He only cares that you come and supply kudos to his massive ego. He won’t even get you health insurance if you get sick. Why are you going? Why?” Joy asked Trump supporters who planned on attending his rally this weekend.
“You’re inviting 60,000 people to a rally where masks are optional,” said Sunny Hostin of the Tulsa event.
“They very well may be infected with a life-ending virus. I just think it’s — Trump is a menace.”
“Do you think Cuomo cared about people’s health when he moved old people around to nursing homes that were COVID positive and a lot of people died, including my friend Janice Dean’s mother-in-law and father-in-law?” Megan McCain shot back.
“There’s a lot of hypocrisy to go around here and is this one of the issues I’m really enraged about”
“I don’t think anyone should be in giant rallies right now, because we’ve been told from medical experts that it’s not safe.”
“But the message from the media is as long as you are protesting something or going to a rally that is of the right politics you can do it and we’re going to ignore the spread of COVID.”
“So going to a Trump rally is somehow much more dangerous than going to a rally in Brooklyn over the weekend?”
Enter Joy Behar:
“The rally for Trump is indoors,” she said.
“The protesters are out in the streets and most of them are wearing masks, I notice, even though a lot of them are not.”
“And they should be, but the indoor situation is ten times worse and much more dangerous. That’s all. It’s completely different.”
.@MeghanMcCain: “The messaging is very confusing… Is it only a pandemic if you are a conservative and you’re a Trump supporter… and you’re a hypocrite if you sign this waiver and go into his rally but you’re not a hypocrite if you protest someplace else? It’s very confusing.” pic.twitter.com/FVYJLOcTGB
— The View (@TheView) June 16, 2020