There’s a reason we call them “low-information,” and “The View’s” Joy Behar demonstrated that on Tuesday’s edition of the program. According to Behar, the GOP-controlled Senate won’t immediately replace Scalia with whomever Barack Obama appoints because all of the Republicans are racists.
“It’s almost like they’re not being patriotic, it seems to me,” she said of Senate Republicans, because in the alleged “minds” of liberals like Behar, “patriotism” means doing whatever Obama wants. “It’s like, this man has had so much [unintelligible] from this Congress, it’s outrageous. And I have to say it – I know it’s not popular to say it – but his color has something to do with it. I don’t care…”
Video of her remarks can be seen below, courtesy of Newsbusters:
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Prior to this, she called Mitch McConnell a “hypocrite” and went on about the future of the court, Katie Yoder said:
And you know what happens when then don’t – when they’re just – just split like the way they are? The lower court – whatever the lower court decides – you know this, right? It stands. Which means that nothing gets done for another year and then next year we have to wait until they pick another person. And you know what, Republicans? Be careful what you wish for because if Hillary Clinton gets in you’re going to have even more lefties on the court.
The hope is that Hillary gets nowhere near the White House, which is why it’s so important to elect a solid conservative Republican to the Oval Office. More lefties on the court would spell disaster for the Constitution and what’s left of our freedom.
Of course, this isn’t the first time Behar has proven her status as a “low-information” liberal as we reported here.
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