Left-winger Joy Behar and her fellow co-hosts on ABC’s “The View” spent much of Thursday’s episode shaming the millions of Americans who dared to vote for President Donald Trump.

Behar and the other liberal co-hosts could not handle the level of support Trump has garnered so far in this election.

Their obsessive hatred for Trump had deluded them into thinking this election would be a landslide win for Joe Biden, so the fact that it has become a close race did not sit well with Behar and her friends.

“A lot of people in this country need to have a come-to-Jesus moment and look in the mirror and see what they did,” Behar said. “Again, we don’t call people names but look in the mirror and say, ‘Did I vote because of my pocketbook and did I ignore the fact that children are being separated from their parents? Did I vote because I don’t want Black people moving into the suburbs and ignore the fact that Black people are always behind the eightball in this country and can’t get a leg up because of my vote?’ People need to look in the mirror.”

Behar is once again ignoring the fact that children being separated from their parents at the border actually started when her beloved Barack Obama was in office. Funny how she didn’t have a problem with it back then.

Behar went off on this rant after agreeing with her liberal co-host Sunny Hostin, who went so far as to claim that anyone who voted for Trump is “un-American.”

“This election showed us what the true character of many Americans is,” Hostin said. “And again, I’m not saying that if you voted for Trump that you are a racist, that you are a homophobe, that you are a sexist, that you are against transgender rights.”

“But what I will say is that if you voted for Trump, you then did look the other way at the fact that he is not allowing our transgender brothers and sisters from serving in the military … that he’s slandered women and he separated children from their families,” she added. “If you voted for him, then all of those things are OK with you because of your own personal circumstance.”


This is par for the course with Behar.

Earlier last week, Behar predicted that President Trump would “go to jail” once he leaves office.

Behar said, “No. First of all, we have to remember — people have to remember Trump that is hanging on to power and primarily, I think, it’s to avoid going to prison.”

She continued, “People don’t remember Watergate. John Ehrlichman, Haldeman both went to prison. John Mitchell went to prison. The only reason that Nixon didn’t go is that he was pardoned by Gerald Ford. They will go to jail. He will go to jail. He has to answer E. Jean Carroll. He has to answer the Southern district. He’s petrified. That’s why he’s barricading himself. It’s not just about holding on to power. And those other three stooges you were just talking about, maybe they’ll get voted out eventually because they have no core of self. Cruz — I love what you said yesterday, Ana, about Rubio, fantastic. These people have to be taken down immediately. We will never have a country.”