“The View” co-host Joy Behar suffered a public meltdown over the tragic shooting in Buffalo and used the incident to attack several Republican lawmakers.
Behar tried to blame Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) and others in the GOP for the shooting.
However, Behar has yet to blame Democrat Mayor Lori Lightfoot for the carnage in Chicago.
“This woman is a disgrace to her position,” Behar said of Stefanik.
“She needs to be voted out ASAP.
“SHE’S A DISGRACE.”
“I fear for my country,” she added.
“This has to stop. Our children are not safe.”
She retweeted Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) who said: “The House GOP leadership has enabled white nationalism, white supremacy, and anti-semitism.
“History has taught us that what begins with words ends in far worse.
“@GOP leaders must renounce and reject these views and those who hold them.”
She then went after Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) by remarking on a picture Boebert posted of her family with guns.
“This is obscene,” Behar said about a photo of Boebert with her children.
Boebert fired back:
“Joy-less, we know you hate America.
“Go back to your sex strike.”
Joy-less, we know you hate America. Go back to your sex strike. https://t.co/fS3ui2tolo
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) May 16, 2022
Behar threatened a sex strike after the leak of SCOTUS overturning Roe v Wade: “Well, I was talking yesterday about how this is a slippery slope, that these people if they’re in charge with the presidency, the Senate, and the House, it’s going to be a disaster.
“Then I came upon this Republican Senator, Mike Braun from Indiana, who said that he would be open to overturning Loving versus Virginia, which legalized interracial marriages.
“That was in 1967, and then when he was in a press conference, he said he would be okay with the Supreme Court having the issue of interracial marriages to the states, leaving it to the states.
“So don’t think this is just a war on women.
“It could be a war on people of color and gay people.
“He also said, he backtracked that.
“He said he misunderstood the question, but he agreed with his own statement ten times or so before.
“So I don’t buy that.
“The other point I want to make because I want to say this, women in the world have conducted sex strikes in history.
“In 2003, a sex strike helped to end Liberia’s brutal civil war.
“The woman who started it was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
“In Kenya, they forced a sex ban until fighting ceased.
“In one week, there was a stable government.
“We have more power than we think we have, and some of it could be right in the bedroom, just saying.”
Co-host Sunny Hostin said, “A sex strike that could be quite effective.”
.@JoyVBehar: “In 2009, Kenyan women enforced a sex ban until political infighting ceased. Within one week, there was a stable government.”
“We have more power than we think we have, and some of it could be right in the bedroom.” pic.twitter.com/45t4T8P1Pv
— The View (@TheView) May 4, 2022