Panel of hags said that “talking to Jesus” is a part of “mental illness” while trash talking Mike Pence.
The View is one of the major eyesores on ABC’s already terrible lineup, staring several ugly liberal women along with token conservative Meghan McCain.
The only reason I can imagine that ABC hired Meghan, daughter of John McCain, was to prevent conservatives from breaking their televisions while watching the rest of the nasty feminists drag conservative and Christian beliefs through the mud. How Meghan hasn’t flipped the table over and quit the show is a testimony to either her patience or the paycheck they’ve cut her.
And now Meghan’s in the headlines again for being cut off from defending the Christian views of the Pence family from the witches on stage.
Joy Behar: Christianity Is Mental Illness
Earlier this week on ABC’s The View, Joy Behar said that it is a form of “mental illness” that Pence believes that Jesus talks to him.
So, Pence was asked about it and his heartfelt response saying that it was “just wrong” to say a basic Christian belief is wrong. The clip was then shown to the women of the View who responded:
“It’s one thing to talk to Jesus, another thing when Jesus talks to you,” said Behar in a mocking tone.
Better take a deep breath and rewind a bit here, because that sentence is even more infuriating than you think.
In November of last year, around the one-year anniversary after Trump won the election (Seven more years!), Behar claimed to have been spoken directly to from God Himself. As we pointed out in a previous piece, does that mean that God also told her to support rapist Bill Clinton and murderer Ted Kennedy?
“I am being told by God to save this country.”
The bizarre line popped up while she was being interviewed by the Trump haters on Morning Joe to talk about her newest book. Behar claimed to have written the book because of that commandment by God.
Mike Pence Responds
So does this make her Saint Joy Behar d’Arc? Behar went on to claim that Trump is personally responsible for “splitting up marriages” because “if you’re not on the same team, it’s very difficult to stay together.”
When Pence was asked about the “mental illness” clip, he sighed and said:
“I’d like to laugh about it but I really can’t…It’s an insult, not to me, but to the vast majority of American people who, like me, cherish their faith. It demonstrates how out of touch some in the mainstream media are with the faith and values of the American people.”
The View Revisits Joy’s Mental Illness Claims
Meghan McCain has also been uncomfortable in the last few days since letting those remarks go unchallenged.
“I’ve had a very hard time over the last two days with this. I think we are living in an incredibly divise time right now. As a Republican, I feel like sometimes liberals say we need to be tolerant to everyone… except pro-lifers, except Trump supporters, except gun owners, except for everyone in the red in the middle of the country.”
And before Meghan could get into the heart of her argument, she was cut off.
Whoopi Goldberg then interruped Meghan, talking over her while she tried to finish her thought:
“I’m going to stop you because that’s not actually true… we don’t want to talk about liberals and what they’re doing.”
And then the real reason that Whoopi cuts Meghan off is revealed, and it has to do with the show’s producers.
I’m trying to get out of this because this is what they’ve [Whoopi looks backstage] asked me to do… So, if you could do it sort of quickly…”
So Meghan wrapped up by saying she’s a big admirer of Pence and his family and that she just wanted to extend an apology.
See also: Whoopi’s pathetic attempt to debate with the lovely Kellyanne Conway who appeared on The View just before the election.
What Did Meghan Want To Say?
But, having seen a bit of Meghan before, I can guess at what she would’ve wanted to say.
Christianity is the underlying current that influences voters to vote Trump, and to support guns and to pray for victims of abortion. Christianity believes that God has giving meaning to our suffering and that protecting the weak — children, your family — is a good work that will make you feel happy even if you can’t explain why. And to mock the foundation of Christianity, that is that Jesus became a man so that we could be one with God, is to undermine those beliefs that cherish family, friends and country.
“This is a show where we respect one another and we respect everyone else in the country,” Meghan McCain says as the co-hosts respond to criticism of comments made on @TheView about Vice Pres. Pence and faith earlier this week. See their conversation: pic.twitter.com/g0lrQRBggP
— The View (@TheView) February 15, 2018
Sources: Daily Caller, The View