Unhinged Joy Behar, the mentally challenged liberal co-host on “The View,” referred to President Donald Trump as a “domestic terrorist” during Thursday’s show.
Fellow co-host Whoopi Goldberg then tried to rein in her triggered co-host.
The View’s woke women were discussing the riots, DAMMIT, I mean ‘Peaceful Protests’ in Seattle.
As we’ve been reporting earlier this week the BLM/Antifa terror organizations took over Seattle’s City Hall, and later seized a 6-block area and renamed it “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” or as we like to call it ‘The Nation of CHAZ‘.
As we’ve also reported President Trump railed against Washington state’s Governor Jay Inslee who claimed he knew nothing about the nation of CHAZ.
Trump referred to people who have “taken over Seattle” as “domestic terrorists,” and warned the dynamic duo of dimwitted democrats, Inslee and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan that if they weren’t going to do something about this idiocy, he certainly would.
Domestic Terrorists have taken over Seattle, run by Radical Left Democrats, of course. LAW & ORDER!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 11, 2020
President Donald Trump wanting to free the law-abiding Americans who were now prisoners of the Nation of CHAZ, made the unhinged Joy Behar screech:
“[Trump] doesn’t help anything,” “As a matter of fact, he has the nerve to call anybody a domestic terrorist. He’s the domestic terrorist. He’s the one who’s been impeached for obstructing justice in this country.”
“He’s worried about the people in Seattle? By the way — if he wants to do something in Seattle, somebody better show him where it is on the map. I doubt he even knows where it is. Get back in your bunker. Get back in the bunker,”
Whoopi Goldberg, seemingly taken aback by Joy Behar idiocy attempted to steer the run-a-way loony-toon train back onto the tracks.
“Joy, I need you to clear up one thing: You were not calling the president a domestic terrorist. You were just saying that his take on this is a little crazier than you thought, is that right?”
Clearly frustrated by having to discuss the president in a rational manner, Behar groused, “Um, yeah. I guess. I mean, I’m not calling anybody names like he does. It’s just that it seems ironic that he would be calling people domestic terrorists. I mean, I’ll get in trouble for calling him a domestic terrorist, [but] he won’t get in trouble for calling innocent people domestic terrorists.”
Behar relented, however, and said that she misspoke.
“That’s the irony of the situation,” she complained. “So I take it back. I take it back.”