Joy Behar Melts Down On Live TV – She Just Said THIS About Trump

Out of all the unhinged hosts of The View, Joy Behar might be the worst. The outspoken Democrat is flipping over Trump once again. She and her cohorts have long spewed anti-Republican hate. But with the news that Trump is leading in most polls, it looks like Behar can’t handle it.

Some folks in the media appear to be getting desperate. They are making wild claims about what Trump might do to them should he win the election.

During a recent episode, Behar didn’t hold back. She warned the audience that Trump has it out for The View and would waste no time seeking revenge. Ironically, though, if Trump did do this—millions of Americans would thank him.

Internet trolls came out in force after Joy Behar shared her paranoid delusion former President Trump would cancel ABC’s The View if elected in November.

“…I think that he is so vindictive that he will go after, however he has to, whether it’s through the IRS maybe, or even through sponsors to get us off the air maybe or you. How seriously should we be taking that?” wondered Behar…

“LOL sounds like a great deal!” said another user.

“I was already voting for him! They don’t have to convince me further!” said another.

“Guys there might be 46-48 states in play,” said Scott Jennings. [Source: Breitbart]

Joy Behar echoed the idiotic claims of MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, who claimed that Trump would go after her and other liberal news pundits. Maddow, who might be suffering worse TDS than the women on The View, claims that Trump will seek revenge against the MSM hosts who have blatantly lied about him all these years.

Behar even claimed that Trump would have the power to cancel her show. She said this seriously as if it would be a bad thing for America. Now, to be perfectly honest, a future President Trump would not have the power to cancel the show. But Behar’s statement has undoubtedly ignited a firestorm of reactions. Fans of the show are rallying in support, while critics quickly dismiss her comments as overblown.

Trump supporters, in particular, are having a field day with Behar’s remarks. Social media is buzzing with memes and posts trolling the host, with many pointing out the improbability of a president having the authority to cancel a TV show.

While some might see Behar’s claim as a bit dramatic, it does highlight the ongoing battle between Trump and the media. The former president has had a tumultuous relationship with the press, often accusing them of spreading “fake news” and undermining his administration.

Author: Kit Fargo


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