Joy Behar’s disgusting hatred

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Joy Behar’s hatred of all things Trump is disgusting. The Left is constantly lecturing conservatives that ‘this isn’t who we are as Americans’. Behar’s supposedly glib statement in this video truly isn’t who we are as Americans:

That’s America at its worst. That woman isn’t anyone I want to associate with. I wouldn’t want her as a co-worker. I definitely wouldn’t want her as a neighbor. Adriana Cohen’s article summarizes things quite nicely:

Some teenagers at the March for Life Rally, who dared to use their constitutionally protected right to free speech by wearing “MAGA” hats, quickly became targets of a rabid mob of anti-Trump forces eager to perpetuate the false political narrative that white conservative men who support the president are racists and bullies who harass minorities.

A deceptively edited video of a kerfuffle between a few of the teens and a Native American man quickly went viral, to which the New York Times and scores of other Trump-hating media outlets depicted a gross mischaracterization of what happened fueling a hate filled frenzy on social media and beyond, subjecting the students to an onslaught of verbal assaults and even death threats, in addition to the possibility of expulsion from their high school.

Here’s the kicker: it was all a lie, enthusiastically disseminated by the media, Democrat lawmakers and other Trump-haters who didn’t bother to research the facts, watch the full video or hear all sides before condemning these poor kids. Now after a massive smear campaign putting the students in harm’s way, it turns out the teens were the ones harassed, not the other way around.

Rep. John Yarmuth might’ve been the worst-reacting politician in this sordid event:

I am calling for a total and complete shutdown of teenagers wearing MAGA hats until we can figure out what is going on. They seem to be poisoning young minds. [1/2]

— Rep. John Yarmuth (@RepJohnYarmuth) January 20, 2019

The conduct we saw in this video is beyond appalling, but it didn’t happen in a vacuum. This is a direct result of the racist hatred displayed daily by the President of the United States who, sadly, some mistake for a role model. [2/2]

— Rep. John Yarmuth (@RepJohnYarmuth) January 20, 2019

I don’t know what’s worse — Rep. Yarmuth wanting to gut the First Amendment or his jumping to the wrong conclusion without any fact-checking. In the end, they’re both terrible.