Joy Behar gripes that voters didn’t give Biden a ‘supermajority’ as ‘The View’ reacts to midterm results

Democrats may have avoided the drubbing that they deserved in the midterm elections as voters stuck with the status quo despite crushing inflation and a deteriorating economy, but it wasn’t enough for Joy Behar who whined that her party should have emerged with unassailable political dominance.

On Thursday’s edition of “The View,” the gaggle of harpies broke down the results which defied predictions of a Republican “red wave” to allow the ruling Democrats to escape what should have been a stinging repudiation of President Joe Biden and his catastrophic policies with continued control of the Senate and incredibly, maybe even a razor-thin House majority but it wasn’t enough for the redheaded co-host with a voice like a foghorn.

“You know, I don’t want to be Debbie Downer,” Behar said. ” But – You know, on the one hand, you have a party that tries to save health care, that tries to save your right to vote, that tries to preserve your – a woman’s right, that tries to save the planet and we still don’t have a supermajority? There is still half of this country is not paying attention to their own needs!”

The show’s in-house racist Sunny Hostin claimed that the surprising election results proved that inflation and crime weren’t issues that resonated with voters despite months of polling to the contrary and that the top issues were “democracy” and abortion, citing unspecified exit poll results.

“That’s really significant, and I think what’s also significant is, you know, Biden was criticized for not talking about crime, inflation, and immigration,” she said noting that uninformed young voters were a decisive influence. “Those are Republican talking points. He had his finger on the pulse of what the everyday American needed, and he explained that our democracy was at stake, and if you look at the exit polls, the two biggest issues, number one, saving our democracy, number two, women’s health care rights.”

“Who was the winner last night? Joe Biden. Let’s not forget every person he endorsed, almost every single person, won,” Hostin also said.

Behar’s unhappiness that Democrats were unable to achieve the supermajority that would allow them to bulldoze their extremist agenda over impotent GOP opposition came during a very lively week at ABC’s popular daytime show after longtime co-host Whoopi Goldberg announced that she was quitting Twitter to protest the meanness of new owner Elon Musk earlier in the week.

“I mean I’m…I’m…I’m gettin’ off. I’m gettin’ off today,” she vowed on Monday. “Because I just feel like you know, it’s so messy and I’m tired of now, having had certain kinds of attitudes blocked and now they’re back on,” whining about the loss of censorship on Twitter, “And I’m just, I’m gonna get out and if it settles down and I feel more comfortable, maybe I’ll come back but as of tonight, I’m done with Twitter.”

Now that the midterms are in the rearview mirror, the focus will immediately shift to 2024 and the crew at “The View” won’t relent in their mission of preaching the gospel of ignorance to the choir of the uninformed.

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Chris Donaldson


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