Joy: Trump & Misogynists To Blame For Democrats Rejecting Warren, Gets Torched

Joy Behar and her fellow co-hosts on “The View” spent Friday morning moaning and complaining the majority of Americans are misogynists who prevented Senator Elizabeth Warren from becoming the Democrat nominee. Behar took it a step further by claiming, “it was the horror show in the White House” who was really to blame. Well, poor Joy got torched by her own fans. You’ll love this.

Joy Behar, President Donald Trump (Photo Credit: YouTube/Screenshots)

Identity politics is so darn tiring. Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, and Megyn McCain spent most of their show on Friday complaining that the majority of Americans are misogynists, and that’s why we have never had a female president. According to the shrews of The View, there is no other explanation of Liz Warren failing to become the Democrat nominee.

Whoopi came out right away and said she is really hoping that “Stacey Abrams becomes the first woman president in America.” Supposedly, it was all the woman-haters in this country who are stopping a female from attaining the highest office in the land.

Bigmouth Behar took it up a notch by saying President Donald Trump was really to blame.

“In the patriarchy we find ourselves, a man can be angry, a woman cannot be,” Joy said. “Bernie is always angry. I like him very much but he always comes across as angry. Elizabeth Warren can’t come across that way.”

“So, they have similar agendas, those two do too,” Joy-less added. “We accept it in him, but not in her. In a normal year, without the horror show that is going on in the White House right now, I think that a woman could have had a better chance. But, we are in an emergency situation and we could not take a chance on the misogynists in this country ruining it for a woman. That’s what is happening right now.”

So, Joy’s claiming the Democrats could not take a chance at nominating a woman because there are all these women haters in America, and they would re-elect Trump — if the Democrat nominee is a woman.

Do you see how crazy Joy sounds? That’s when Sara Haines, who is a former co-host of The View, piped in. 

“I think it would be intellectually dishonest not to say being a woman doesn’t play into it,” Haines said. “I don’t think that’s the only reason. For me, Elizabeth Warren wasn’t the right candidate for me politically. And I would never insult a woman enough to say I only voted for you because I’m a woman and you’re a woman.”

The shrews all got very quiet. Did Sara Haines just say Liz Warren being a woman had nothing to with her not getting the nomination? Yes, she sure did.

Even Megyn McCain made a fool of herself screaming, “Where’s my woman president?!”

Poor Joy looked like she just smelled something disgusting as she gave Haines a sideways glance. 

Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Kirsten Gillibrand, and Kamala Harris lost the Democrat nomination, and it had nothing to do with them being women. They were all flawed by the political platforms they chose to run on. They were all playing identity politics, and Americans are sick and tired of the games that divide us.

Fans of The View sounded off by blasting them over their ridiculous remarks. 

“I love The View but I felt the hosts were somewhat misogynistic towards the women candidates too,” tweeted Sherri Drummer. You know it’s bad when their own fans are calling you out.

“Ever think it could be her flip-flop on healthcare, her claiming heritage that she didn’t have, her accusations against her ‘friend’ of sexism that was obviously false or her switch from populism to identity politics, lying about others using super PACs then taking a super PAC,” tweeted “Mar.”

“Why is there always a saving face slogan for a woman when they are just not the right person for the job?” tweeted Harley Bailey.

“I think it shouldn’t matter whether or not someone is male or female to lead because what should matter is their ability to lead. There have been both good and bad male and female leaders, but their gender didn’t matter,” tweeted “Cbuney10.”

When the right woman with the right political platform comes along at the right time, there is no doubt Americans will elect her President of the United States.

America is not a country full of misogynists. America is not a country full of racists. However, the Democrat Party’s policies are so horrendous that they have to play identity politics. Even those who love watching The View aren’t buying what they are selling, and that’s a really good sign for the future.

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Rebecca Diserio is a conservative writer and speaker who has been featured in numerous high profile publications. She's a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Lakewood, CA and worked as a Critical Care Registered Nurse at USC Medical Center. A former Tea Party spokesman, she helped manage Star Parker’s campaign for US Congress and hosted a popular conservative radio show where she interviewed Dr. Alveda King, Ann Coulter, David Limbaugh, and Michelle Malkin. A police widow, she resides in Southern California.