Tucker Carlson has fired back at “The View” co-host Joy Behar’s shocking remarks about the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
As Slay News previously reported, during a Thursday broadcast of the controversial show, Behar complained that Russia invading Ukraine was interfering with her vacation plans.
After hearing about the death and destruction Putin is inflicting on the Ukrainian people, Behar said she’s “scared” her trip to Italy may be disrupted.
Carlson echoed the thoughts of many in his response.
“It turns out, with about a day to think about it, the people who are really suffering, not really the Ukrainians,” Carlson said.
“The person who is suffering most in this war is Joy Behar.”
“So watch this, as you watch civilians fleeing and being killed by missiles, just remember, Joy Behar is suffering more,” he added.
Tucker Carlson on the Russia-Ukraine conflict: “The person who is suffering most in this war is Joy Behar.”
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) February 26, 2022
Prior to Behar’s comments, co-host Sunny Hostin seemed heartbroken while discussing the situation in Ukraine during “The View,” saying:
“5 million people are going to be displaced.
“I mean it is heartbreaking to hear what is going to happen,” she added, visibly emotional about the situation.
Enter Behar who chimed in with her own pity party.
“Well, I am scared of what’s gonna happen in western Europe,” she said.
“You plan a trip there, you want to go there.
“I want to go to Italy for four years and I haven’t been able to make it because of the pandemic and now this.
“What is gonna happen there.”
— Tim Dillon (@TimJDillon) February 24, 2022
Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy turned down a ride out of Ukraine, telling Biden and others he will stay and fight.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is reportedly running into supply line problems and is spending $20B a day on the war.
Russia is a poor country so that is untenable.
“Fighting is ongoing all over Ukraine. Let’s sit at the table for negotiations to stop people dying,” Zelenskyy said.
“It’s not just the Russian invasion in Ukraine, it’s the beginning of the war against all Europe, against its unity, all human rights, against all the rules of coexistence on the continent, against European countries’ refusal to change the borders by force,” he added.
From Fox News:
Russian military forces have not made the kinds of gains they expected in Ukraine and have faced more resistance than anticipated from Ukrainian forces, according to a senior U.S. defense official.
After two days of war, Ukrainian command and control is still intact and no population centers have been taken.
And Russia has yet to achieve air superiority with Ukraine’s air and missile defense capability still working, though degraded, the defense official told reporters Friday.
“The Russians have lost a little bit of their momentum,” the defense official told reporters, speaking on background.
The official added: “In general we assess the Russian forces are encountering greater resistance than they expected.”