Joy Behar Admits The Real Reason The Media Went After The Covington Students (VIDEO)

Joy Behar admitted the real reason for the media attacks on the Covington students during The View on Tuesday. As usual, it’s all about hatred for Trump. At least give Behar points for honesty here.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

Behar: Media Smeared Covington Catholic Boys ‘Because We’re Desperate to Get Trump Out of Office’

Co-host of ABC’s “The View” Joy Behar attributed the media attacks on a group of Catholic high school boys from Covington, Kentucky—after video surfaced this weekend showing a confrontation between them and an elderly Native American—to the media’s dislike of President Donald Trump.

Behar’s comment came during the show’s opening segment on Tuesday when co-host Whoopi Goldberg mused aloud about why the media had so quickly assumed the boys were antagonizing the Native American.

“Many people admitted they made snap judgement before these facts came in,” Goldberg said. “But is it that we just instantly say ‘that’s what it is’ based on what we see in that moment and then have to walk stuff back when it turns out we’re wrong? Why do we keep making the same mistakes?”

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“Because we’re desperate to get Trump out of office,” Behar replied, provoking audience laughter.

Watch the video:

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Note how Behar grinned as she said this. What a horrid woman.


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