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The View attacked an undisputedly heroic American to push their garbage gun control agenda

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Democrats won’t sleep until they have confiscated all guns.

This is their end goal, and some on the Left love to say it outright.

Now, The View attacked an undisputedly heroic American to push their garbage gun control agenda.

Democrats are palpably upset about the Greenwood Park Mall incident, in which a mass shooter was stopped by a Good Samaritan.

They weren’t particularly mad that the shooter tragically killed three people – they were more frustrated that the episode proved the Right’s good-guy-with-a-gun argument.

And the panelists of The View could barely contain their scorn.

“They say that a good guy with a gun can control a bad guy with a gun,” Joy Behar said. “Well, we saw in Uvalde that that’s not true.”

Whoopi Goldberg added, “And you saw it in Buffalo.”

That’s when guest co-host Lindsey Granger — a Republican who has zero shot at the full-time seat on The View because of her willingness to push back on the show’s Democrat shills — interjected, “But we saw that it is true in Indiana.”

“It was true in Indiana,” Behar admitted, before casting it aside as “a lucky moment.”

Yes, it was lucky for the people in the mall who didn’t get killed by the mass shooter and that they still live in a country where good guys are allowed to have guns, despite the Left’s best efforts.

Democrats somehow think that if good guys do not have guns, bad guys will not have them, either.

It’s a nonsensical mindset, especially in a country with 400 million guns already in circulation.

“[W]ith this good Samaritan thing – listen, I was trained when I was at the Justice Department in firearms,” Sunny Hostin claimed. “And I was trained in defensive firearm training. It is very hard to hit a moving target. It is hard for people that are trained to hit a moving target. It is very lucky that that Good Samaritan hit that moving target in that way. And he wasn’t supposed to — he had a gun permit, but he wasn’t supposed [to be] in the mall with a gun… So he broke that law even though he was a Good Samaritan.”

That’s when Granger corrected Hostin by firing back, “The law of Indiana is different than the law of the mall… And I would say that takes precedence when you save a life.”

“Well, he saved a life,” Hostin chimed in, before again trying to downplay the heroic act by adding, “but what if he—” and that’s when Goldberg cut in to save Hostin from embarrassing herself any further and abruptly went to commercial.

This exchange proves that gun control is not about saving lives for Democrats.

It’s about disarming the public so only the government has weapons.

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The View just made one unexpected announcement about the show’s Republican punching bag

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The corporate-controlled press obviously leans to the Left.

But the political shows occasionally bring on someone they claim is from the Right to get pummeled from multiple angles.

Now The View just made one unexpected announcement about the show’s Republican punching bag.

ABC’s The View is nothing more than a mind-numbing regurgitation of Democrat talking points.

The show does attempt to provide “balance” by bringing on a Republican co-host to spar with the guest, though.

And The View has needed a fill-in ever since RINO Meghan McCain no longer wanted the thankless job of battling with the left-wing co-hosts.

There was speculation that Donald Trump aide-turned-Never-Trumper Alyssa Farah Griffin would be named as permanent host after a months-long tryout.

Unsurprisingly, the show announced Griffin as a full-time co-host.

However, The View threw a curveball by simultaneously announcing regular guest Ana Navarro as another permanent co-host.

Perhaps the thinking was that two RINOs could add up to one Republican, but that is unlikely to be the case.

“If anyone had ever told me I would be sitting at a table with Whoopi Goldberg, I would have said, you are crazy,” Griffin said upon being announced. “It is such an honor to be with you ladies every day on this set… I was trying to come up with the word to describe how I feel about this, and ‘honored’ is all that comes to mind. This show set out, as you all know, Barbara Walters had this vision for bringing women from totally different backgrounds, lived experiences, careers to talk about the tough issues that, frankly, our elected officials often aren’t tackling. And we do that every day, and we’re having important conversations. I can’t say how much I’ve learned from all of you, and I hope to learn from all of you.”

Griffin would not have had any chance at the job if not for her abrupt and opportunistic pivot into a dedicated Never-Trumper.

Allegedly, Griffin had been courting a career in corporate-controlled media and she could not do that without going the establishment hack route.

“Well, after many years, many hairstyles, many pounds up and down, and appearances as a guest, a contributor, Snow White, a guest co-host, we’re finally putting a ring on it and making it official,” Navarro said upon her announcement.

“It’s a huge, enormous, incomparable privilege to be part of a 25-year institution, and whether people like it or not, whether some people acknowledge it or not, it is the relevance and the importance and the platform that ‘The View’ represents,” she concluded.

Navarro has a lot of experience as being the RINO panelist who agrees with Democrats on every issue.

In fact, while she’s at it, Ana Navarro should just make her switch to the Democrat Party official.

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This former View co-host made a return and quickly put the show’s leftists to shame

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The View has become a left-wing sideshow.

The co-hosts take turns regurgitating Democrat talking points.

But this former View co-host made a return and quickly put the show’s leftists to shame.

The format for ABC’s The View is multiple left-wing women team up to club the lone “conservative” on the panel to death with their mindless babble.

One of the women who held the punching bag role was Elizabeth Hasselbeck, wife of former NFL quarterback Tim Hasselbeck.

And Hasselbeck recently returned to The View to celebrate the show’s 25th anniversary.

But she immediately clashed with the co-hosts over abortion, which has been renewed as a hot-button issue in light of the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Dobbs decision.

“I do think there are options out there,” Hasselbeck argued. “There are thousands of agencies that wrap around women that might not be able to care for the baby once born or may not want the baby when they’re pregnant or maybe it was unexpected and they’re in a hard situation, but that will come around at no cost and wrap around you.”

“And I might not change your minds, but I hope women out there know to look for the nonprofits, look for the agencies that help you create a birth plan and match you with an adoptive family who may have suffered miscarriage after miscarriage who want to care for the baby,” she continued adamantly. “So that option is real and it’s out there. And I don’t believe they’re giving women half the information out there. And I think those lives have a precious value on them.”

Hasselbeck’s words were in response to Democrats’ attacks on crisis pregnancy centers – which includes left-wing outrage mobs firebombing those nonprofits, as well as churches.

The Left have become so ghoulish on the issue of abortion, they don’t even want clinics that push a pro-life message to exist.

It’s one thing to be in favor of abortion, but it’s another thing entirely to actively fight against pregnancy centers that want to help babies come into the world.

But of course, Whoopi Goldberg couldn’t help but responded with a nonsensical reply.

“God doesn’t make mistakes,” Goldberg began. “God made us smart enough to know when it wasn’t going to work for us. That’s the beauty of giving us freedom of choice… [M]y relationship [with God] is always choppy… I also know that God made me smart enough to know that if there are alternatives out there that can work for me, I will investigate them.”

“God doesn’t make mistakes” is certainly an insane argument for abortion.

And not every pregnant woman knows that there are services available that provide resources to mothers who chose to keep their babies.

That’s why crisis pregnancy centers exist, and that’s why Democrats want to get rid of them.

They want the only choice to be death.

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The View’s Ana Navarro left even her radical co-hosts dumbfounded with her latest hot take

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It seems every time the ladies of The View appear to have gone too far, they go even farther.

While Whoopi’s whoppers usually take the cake, Ana Navarro isn’t far behind.

And Navarro left even her radical co-hosts dumbfounded with her latest hot take.

It’s a real wonder that anyone in the world still watches The View.

Not only are the show’s rabid leftist mouthpieces rude and obnoxious, they also constantly put their own ignorance on full display, as well.

More and more, the combination of these “attributes” are leading The View into uncharted territory – having to actually apologize for their colossal ignorance.

Of course, it’s uncharted not because of their ignorance – that’s rather common – but instead, because they actually apologized.

But it seems the powers that be at ABC didn’t leave them much choice, given that The View’s co-hosts have been so incredibly wrong for years.

That hasn’t stopped The View’s Ana Navarro, though, and just last week, Navarro talked up drag shows for children, as she went on the warpath over Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ lawsuit against a venue that hosts sexually explicit drag shows and allows children to attend.

The self-described “Republican” also bragged about hosting her own bridal shower there.

Navarro, who – not surprisingly – has no kids of her own, shrieked that this was just another “parental choice” issue conservatives are big on.

“If you are for parental choice when it comes to your kid wearing a mask to school, if you are for parental choice when it comes to your kid learning about slavery and learning the true history of this country, then why in the Hell can’t you be about parental choice on whether you take your kid to a drag show or not?” Navarro shrieked.

By Navarro’s warped logic, parents should be allowed to “choose” if their children do drugs at school, carry guns at school, watch porn at school, and just about anything else.

And following that same logic, we also need to get rid of all child endangerment and negligence laws because it’s “parental choice” to put one’s kids in dangerous situations.

But amazingly, these comments weren’t even the most bizarre The Views’ co-host spouted out that day.

Earlier in the show, co-host Sara Haines, who despises pro-lifers, made the idiotic claim that states passing their own abortion laws weren’t abiding by federalism.

Navarro then took the idiocy even further when she agreed with Haines and then claimed red states were just like communist dictatorships because those states are supposedly barring their citizens from leaving their borders.

“That’s the kind of stuff that happens in Cuba,” Navarro claimed. “That’s the kind of stuff that happens in North Korea where they don’t let you travel out of those countries.”

Obviously, that’s news to the residents of those states, and those from other states frantically moving to red states to flee left-wing insanity.

But Navarro hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down.

This week, she’s already followed up her stunt by doubling down on her support of this sexual exploitation of – and experimination on – underage children, making the argument that sexually explicit drag shows aren’t that bad for kids because they aren’t as deadly as guns.

It’ll be interesting to see what bizarre, untrue claims the ladies of The View will come up with next.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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