Joy Behar is a miserable, negative, clueless old hag. She’s the type of person who is so ignorant and stupid on nearly every issue, but doesn’t realize it. She’s a big, dumb know-it-all who knows absolutely nothing.
She just sits there spewing out her stupidity like vomit, all over the floor. I honestly don’t know who even watches “The View” anymore. Why would you want to listen to 5 bitter, dumb women prattle on? I’d rather have my pancreas removed through my nostrils than watch that show.
And no, I am not exaggerating.
However, every once in a while I will come upon a clip and I’ll watch it, and then I have to share it with you, and this is one of those times.
After Joy basically told the residents of East Palestine, Ohio that what’s happening to them is their own fault because Trump eased regulations (a total lie, by the way), the audience actually gasped in horror.
The New York Post reported that Joy Behar shocked audience members of “The View” on Thursday when she implied that Donald Trump-voting residents of East Palestine, Ohio, have nobody to blame but themselves for the toxic train derailment that’s rocked the small town.
Gasps could be heard from the crowd after the comment by Behar, who also insinuated that the devastating Feb. 3 derailment was a result of the former president’s actions in the White House.
“I don’t know why they would ever vote for him, for somebody who, by the way, he placed someone with deep ties to the chemical industry in charge of the EPA’s chemical safety office,” said Behar, 80.
The host then turned to face the camera with a pointed finger.
“That’s who you voted for in that district. Donald Trump, who reduces all safety.”
The crowd gasped at Behar’s finger-pointing but didn’t seem to have much of a reaction when co-host Sunny Hostin quipped, “I think this is Donald Trump’s fault” just before the show went to a commercial break.
The panel had been discussing the train derailment — which so far has contaminated at least 1.1 million gallons of water and 15,000 pounds of soil — and politicians’ response to the tragedy.
Trump toured the community Wednesday, which Behar claimed was a “photo-op” stunt.
You can watch the video below:
Karma is going to come for this woman one day, and it’s not going to be pretty.