Joy Behar Concerned Russia Attack On Ukraine Might Interfere With Her Planned Vacation In Italy (VIDEO)

Every once in a while, someone says something that reveals their true charachter.

On The View this week, Joy Behar had one of those moments.

When discussing Russia’s attack on Ukraine, Joy said that she is concerned about the impact this could have on a vacation she has ben planning in Italy.

FOX News reports:

Joy Behar complains Russia-Ukraine war making her European vacation plans uncertain

It’s a frustrating thing about wars: In addition to death, destruction and displacement, there’s also disruption to your European vacation plans.

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At least that’s how Joy Behar of “The View” saw things Thursday.

The show’s panelists were discussing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine when Behar said she feared yet another missed travel opportunity after two years of the coronavirus pandemic.

“Estimates are 50,000 Ukrainians will be dead or wounded,” co-host Sonny Hostin first told viewers, “and that this is going to start a humanitarian crisis, a refugee crisis in Europe. We’re talking about 5 million people that are going to be displaced. It’s heartbreaking to hear what is going to happen.”

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Behar then reacted to Hostin’s remarks.

“Well, I’m scared of what’s going to happen in Western Europe too,” Behar said. “You know, you plan a trip. You want to go there. I want to go to Italy for four years and I haven’t been able to make it because of the pandemic.

“And now this,” she said, referring to the Ukraine invasion. “It’s like, ‘What’s gonna happen there?’”

Here’s the video:

Does she even hear herself? Talk about tone deaf.

Not a good look, Joy.

 

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