If there’s anything similarly satisfying to Hillary Clinton losing an election, it’s ‘The View’ host Joy Behar getting absolutely destroyed in front of the entire country.
Behar makes no attempt to hide her hatred towards our commander-in-chief, but this woman goes out of her way to belittle others simply for disagreeing with her politics.
In fact, a month ago she had a colleague fired for asking Hillary some tough questions about her god-awful book. Simply put, the woman is a bigot incapable of seeing the world through the eyes of anyone else.
This was most evident during the show’s interview with Omarosa Manigault, director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison for the Trump administration.
From the very beginning, Behar starts with a jab, asking Omarosa if she “genuflects” (bends to kneel) to Trump every morning…
When asked to repeat the stupid question, Behar asks “what do you do in the morning?” attempting to come off as an actual human being, rather than a complete a-hole.
After Omarosa discusses the role she plays in our government, she is asked to explain why so few black people voted for Trump, and whether or not she feels she’s being “used for optics” to appeal to black Americans.
“First of all, African Americans typically vote democratic,” she starts out saying. “They vote democrat 94, 95 percent of the time, so that’s no different.”
“But Donald Trump got 13% of the African American vote. He got double what Romney got, and he is very excited about engaging with the African American community.”
When asked again whether or not Trump is “using her” Omarosa didn’t mince words in the slightest:
“Nobody uses me,” she said with a chuckle. “No one uses me.”
“Let me tell you a little bit about who I am. I grew up in Youngstown Ohio. The Westlake projects, the housing projects. I am the embodiment of the American dream. I grew up on welfare, on section-8 housing, my father was killed when I was seven years old, I went to public schools, I went to Central of Ohio, I got to Howard University and started to work in politics. So, I earned my way to sit in the White House. No one gave me anything, okay?”
If you watch the video, only one of the show’s hosts claps, while the rest sit in absolute disgust of a woman capable of thinking differently from them.
Omarosa then goes on the offensive, saying that the Obama administration “decided not to aggressively do African-American outreach.”
“They felt that if they helped all Americans, then the black community would be helped, but that really isn’t the approach we are taking.”
Surely, the women were shocked and appalled at these slanderous allegations towards president Obama. After all, he is black, what more outreach would he have to do? What more would a man from Hawaii, who attended private schools his entire life, not understand about being black in America?
“We have a very strategic plan of engaging this community,” she continues. “We see what’s happening in the inner cities.”
While discussing the other problems facing black Americans, Joy interrupts to ask “why do you think they can’t do what you did?”
“I was able to make it because my mother made sure we were at the church,” Omarosa snaps back. “That Christ was the head of our lives, that education was at the top of every single thing that we did, and she kept us out of trouble, and out of the street.”
Omarosa then has to explain to Joy that not all black people are the same. By asking this broad “well if you made it, why can’t other black people” question, Joy is demonstrating how racist SHE is. Doesn’t she know that everyone’s life is unique?
Joy’s distaste for other’s who disagree with her becomes even more apparent when Omarosa begins to talk about her boss, and his leadership style. When discussing his business acumen, Joy interjects that he was “a reality star”, as though the first 30 years of running a billion dollar company is meaningless because Trump decided to have a successful television show.
“You can’t make it up,” Joy says with disgust. That’s when Omarosa hit her with a mic drop.
“I know it’s gotta burn your blood,” Omarosa says to Behar. “It’s gotta be really hard after the last year and a half of all the things you said about Donald, to see him sitting in the Oval Office, I know it’s gotta be hard for you…”
“It is hard,” Behar replies. “It kills me as a matter of fact.”
Oh, Lord, if only that were true.
The segment is really worth your time, if you like watching Behar and the rest of ‘The View’ crew get taken to task by a smarter woman:
It’s sort of hard to call Trump a woman-hating racist when people like Omarosa are sticking up for him. Isn’t it a shame the media refuses to acknowledge the good Trump is trying to do?