If ignorance was a crime The View’s Joy Behar would be serving life in front of a firing squad. She once had her car stolen and the police asked her if she saw the thieves. She said no because she was too busy taking down the license plate number.
Her latest gem of wisdom is that there is no such thing as antifa, they simply do not exist. Just like the sun isn’t real, it’s been photoshopped.
The whole thing came about as the ladies were discussing Sen Ron Johnson’s statement that he wasn’t worried about the events of January 6th, but he would have been worried if Trump won and antifa or BLM rioted in Washington.
It was at this point that Behar claimed that antifa does not exist.
People like her should not be allowed on the streets without supervision. They are definitely a danger to themselves and possibly others.
“If I was surrounded by people carrying weapons, people erecting nooses, screaming hang Mike Pence, bludgeoning a police officer to death, I might be a little scared. But Ron, no he’s not scared of these people. He’s scared of this fictitious idea of Antifa, a thing that doesn’t even exist. He needs to go. He needs to go — and soon.”
So many lies in such a short sentence. Number one, the Capitol Police have already admitted there were no weapons and no one beat a Capitol Policeman to death. He died of a stroke.
The coroner has confirmed that he had no blunt force drama whatsoever.
His brother talked to him after the riots and he told him that he had some bear juice sprayed on him and nothing else.
“Antifa does exist,” fellow co-host Meghan McCain countered, though she agreed with Behar that Johnson’s comments were racist and unacceptable.
“The Anti-Defamation League has come out and said it’s a both dangerous and counterproductive organization. The actual Portland courthouse was set on fire this very weekend,” she said,
“What separates Antifa is their willingness to use violence,” she added, pointing out that she has friends who have been reporting on Antifa’s violence “for months” and noting that one was even injured by the violent agitators.
McCain is a total waste of space, too.
Here's ABC's @TheView co-host Joy Behar claiming Antifa doesn't exist during a segment on Sen. Ron Johnson's comments that he would've been afraid of the Capitol rioters had they been Antifa.
"He's scared of this fictitious idea of Antifa, a thing that doesn't even exist." pic.twitter.com/8SCtumxiZv
— Tristan Justice (@JusticeTristan) March 15, 2021