Joy Behar Makes Sick Comparison Of Trump To Killers, Instantly Gets Destroyed

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Liberals have been unhinged since President Donald Trump was elected, but few if any have been as out of their minds with rage as alleged comedian Joy Behar. The host of ABC’s “The View” took it to another level when she compared North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin to President Donald Trump. However, her comments didn’t go unchecked, and she was forced to eat her own words as she immediately got destroyed.

Joy Behar (left) and Meghan McCain (right) (Photo Credit: Screenshots)

Joy Behar told her cohosts and a nationwide television audience that she trusts the “sanity” of Un and Putin more than she does President Trump. The insanity of a person who claims that two of the world’s most evil murderers are saner than the American president cannot be understated. It was enough to cause an explosion on the set of the daytime talk show.

As Whoopi Goldberg, Sunny Hostin, and Meghan McCain were discussing possible military action in Syria, Behar opened her mouth and said the dumbest thing she ever said in her decades on the show.

“We have gotten to a point in the world now where we have to rely on the sanity of Kim Jong Un and Putin over the President of the United States. That’s where we’re at,” Behar said. “We’re hoping because here’s what the Russian prime minister … one of the guys over there … said, ‘We do not do diplomacy by tweet.’ Thank you! Thank you!”

Fellow liberal Sunny Hostin jumped in and, while not as mind-numbingly stupid as Behar, suggested that President Trump could take action in Syria because he is distracted by the pornstar Stormy Daniels tabloid drama. That’s when Meghan McCain, who is not a fan of the president on many issues, jumped in to bring some sanity back to the panel.

“There’s no way for him to win though. When he says nothing about Russia, people get angry. When he’s threatening Russia, people get angry. I think we really need to pick our battles. I know it’s like sort of funny to laugh at this, but we’re talking about genocide in Syria,” McCain said.

“My issue is the moral relativism between someone like Kim Jong Un and Putin and President Trump. I think it’s easy to sort of sit here and say that …” McCain said before Behar interrupted.

“You think that Kim Jong Un is less moral than Trump?” Behar asked. That was the question that sent McCain over the edge.

“Oh, my God, Putin, the aiding and abetting of Assad right now, the chemical gassing of children, last time I checked America isn’t doing that to anyone!” McCain fired back at Behar, who again attempted to interrupt, but McCain stopped her and continued her argument.

“If you think that Kim Jong Un, Vladimir Putin, Bashar al Assad, and President Trump are all the exact same thing, it’s when you lose all arguments with me, in every way,” Meghan McCain said.

“Kim Jong Un doesn’t do that,” Joy Behar said. “What are you talking about?!”

“Joy, I’m trying — I’m really trying right now and I know there is frustration about the way we’re communicating about this, and I completely understand it,” McCain said. But after being on the show for months, McCain has to know by now that Behar is going to find a way to make President Trump appear to be a villain.

“What I’m saying is I see the two of them with backing off of war, and I see President Trump provoking war,” Behar said.

“Trump is not provoking war!” McCain shot back before Goldberg sent the show to a commercial break.

It has to be tough for Meghan McCain to be the only voice of reason on that moonbat show. But there is no point to arguing with someone who believes that Putin, who used chemicals to kill a former spy in England and who backs the murderous Syrian President Bashar al-Assad who has used chemical weapons on his own people, and Kim Jong Un who had his own brother and other family members murdered, are morally superior to our American president. It is next to impossible to reason with that type of ignorance, but props to McCain for attempting to do it.



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