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This so-called “Republican” co-host on The View just tried to blame Christians for mass shootings

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The leftist ideas of The View co-hosts are getting more and more radical.

And even the supposed “Republican” co-hosts of the show are farther to the left than most Democrats.

Now this so-called “Republican” co-host of The View just tried to blame Christians for mass shootings.

Most Americans don’t even watch The View.

And, it turns out, for good reason.

The radical leftist bent of the show is so bad even liberal Democrats are left shaking their heads at the co-host’s bizarre statements.

Co-host Whoopi Goldberg was even suspended for claiming the Holocaust had nothing to do with racism.

And Joy Behar leaves the show’s few watchers spellbound and amazed with her ridiculous statements of stupidity on a daily basis.

It’s no wonder the viewership of The View is shrinking faster than Whoopi Goldberg is growing.

The latest dive into the realm of ridiculousness came when one of the co-hosts on The View attempted to blame mass shootings on “the rise in violent Christian nationalism.”

Tara Setmayer, who supposedly was a Republican, made the comments while discussing the motivations behind the shooter in the horrible Uvalde, Texas elementary school shooting.

Co-host Sunny Hostin was trying to connect an advertisement from a gun company with a biblical reference to the shooting when Setmayer chimed in.

“It’s part of the Christian nationalism, this rise in violent Christian nationalism, that we have seen, which is also disturbing. They use biblical principles, they pervert them to justify this,” Setmayer said.

She went on, “Which is another problem, particularly in Texas, this is a growing movement. It’s God, guns and Trump. Or God, guns and whatever. It’s a part of their ethos.”

The problem of course is she and the other co-hosts completely ignored the fact in the Uvalde shooting that the shooter was not a part of any such movement, and in fact none of the recent shooters have been.

In fact, most of the shooters have been either apolitical or from the radical Left.

But, of course that didn’t stop the geniuses from continuing their rant.

Whoopi Goldberg took Setmayer’s claim even further.

“It’s always been this. This was the way it was down south. They used to use the Bible and say, ‘You’re not people, God doesn’t see you as people, so we don’t see you as people,'” Goldberg claimed.

Obviously as she always does, the rotund Goldberg was trying to make it racial, again ignoring the facts of the Uvalde shooting that involved a Hispanic shooter killing mostly Hispanic children.

But to the “ladies” of The View, facts and truth always take a back seat to their leftist fantasies and national socialist goals to destroy our great republic.

Well, or they are seriously just that dumb.

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

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Joy Behar just told such a big lie about Colin Kaepernick even Whoopi was stunned

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One thing you can say about Joy Behar, she never lets the truth get in the way of a good lie.

Even when her own co-hosts know she’s wrong.

And The View’s Joy Behar just told such a big lie about Colin Kaepernick, even Whoopi Goldberg was stunned.

It’s a wonder The View is still on the air.

The sheer number of gaffes, lies, mistakes and downright misinformation presented on a daily basis by the unpleasant co-hosts would result in the firing of most anyone else.

In fact, Whoopi Goldberg was recently caught in a racist rant about the Holocaust, something that would result in the immediate dismissal of literally anyone else.

But Whoopi received a mere slap on the wrist.

Now, her co-host, Joy Behar, has been caught in a blatant lie that has social media buzzing with the absurdity of it all.

On a recent broadcast of ABC’s extreme left-wing daytime talk show, self-described comedienne Joy Behar made the absurd claim that ex-NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick was “thrown off the team” for praying on the sidelines.

She was, of course, talking about when he took a knee during the National Anthem to protest the “evil, racist, United States.”

Behar’s fact-free statement came as the women of The View discussed the recent Supreme Court decision ruling that correctly said a high school coach from the state of Washington was improperly fired for praying on the field after high school football games.

Colin Kaepernick, of course, was the backup quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers when during the entirety of the 2016 season, he took a knee during the National Anthem in protest against America.

After 2016, he chose to become a free agent, opting out of the final year of a deal with the 49ers that would have paid him upwards of $17 million in order to sign for more on the open market, but no team signed him, due to a combination of his lack of on-field issues and off-field media storm.

He has been out of the league ever since.

But these facts didn’t stop Behar.

And although Kaepernick has never once mentioned “praying” and has always maintained his actions were purely a political protest, Behar is suddenly claiming that Kaepernick was “praying” all along. 

So therefore, his actions should be covered by the Supreme Court’s ruling on prayer.

But of course, Joy Behar isn’t just wrong on one count, she is wrong on multiple levels.

In fact, Behar clearly doesn’t have a clue what she is even talking about. 

Because even if Kaepernick were praying when he took a knee, the Supreme Court case the ladies of The View were discussing would not apply to him. 

Kennedy v. Bremerton School District concerned a taxpayer-funded county school district and its firing of a teacher/coach who’s only offense was exercising his First Amendment rights where students could see him.

In other words, it was a citizen versus government case, whereas in Kaepernick’s case, all sides involved are private citizens, with no government interests involved.

And besides all that, Kaepernick was never “thrown off a team” for his protests. 

He had a contract with the 49ers and he made the decision to walk away from that $17 million on his own.

And he simply never found another team stupid enough to sign him after that.

Maybe Joy Behar should sign him.

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The View went utterly insane after a Supreme Court ruling left Christians smiling

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The Left have become outwardly hostile toward Christians.

Leftism is the one, true faith in their eyes.

That’s why The View went utterly insane after a Supreme Court ruling left Christians smiling.

It has been a bad couple of weeks for the Left when it comes to Supreme Court decisions.

The Court has overturned the terribly decided Roe V. Wade, protected Second Amendment rights, and protected religious freedom.

And the latter came thanks to the Supreme Court ruling, 6-3, that Joe Kennedy, a Washington state high school football coach was wrongly fired from his position for praying after games, writing that non-coercive prayer did not violate the First Amendment.

And the hosts of The View did not like that one bit.

Sarah Haines, a so-called moderate, said, “A federal appeals court called coach Kennedy’s characterization of his prayers, which he described as brief, quiet, and solitary, as a ‘deceitful narrative’…[M]y problem with it [is that] feels performative. Prayer is usually private. And when you pray, if this were a Muslim, he would — he/she would be privately praying. To me, the problem is you’re on the center field, it was not brief, and it was audible. He would pray outwardly.”

First, Kennedy had been praying on the field for eight years.

The school didn’t even know about the post-game prayers until an administrator from an opposing school called his principal and applauded what Kennedy was doing.

Also, the idea that Kennedy’s prayer was performative and coercive is absurd.

Kennedy never asked any players to join him in prayer – though some often chose to – and always walked away from the rest of the team to separate himself from anyone who didn’t want to partake.

Besides, high school, college, and professional athletes have been praying with coaches after games for decades – it’s not a new phenomenon.

The only difference is that the Left have become more repulsed by religion – specifically, Christianity.

The dumbest take belonged to self-proclaimed “Republican” Ana Navarro, who said, “I live in Miami. In Miami, there are a lot of people who practice Santeria. Santeria includes, as a religious performance, a religious ritual, killing animals…So are you okay…if a Jewish person pulls out a prayer shawl and goes to the middle of the field? Are you okay if a Muslim person pulls out a prayer rug? Are you okay if a Santero pulls out a chicken in the middle of the field? Ask yourselves those questions.”

Navarro is comparing a brief, quiet post-game prayer to sacrificing a live animal on the 50-yard line.

According to the Left, it’s coercive to pray after a football game, but it’s not coercive to litter a classroom with gay pride and transgender flags, and talk to kids about sexuality and gender expression.

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The View’s Sunny Hostin just made a shocking admission about a huge Supreme Court decision

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Democrats are losing on the issues voters care most about, so they’ve resorted to kicking and screaming.

The talking heads on television have been particularly bad.

But The View’s Sunny Hostin just made a shocking admission about a huge Supreme Court decision that puts the rest of the Left’s whining to shame.

The landmark Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision recently handed down by the Supreme Court overturned 49 years of terrible precedent set by Roe v. Wade.

The so-called “right” to an abortion magically stitched together out of thin air by seven justices in 1973, has been struck down by the current Court, rightly returing the issue to the states.

And sending Democrats down a path of complete insanity.

They’re trying to fear-monger and scare voters into believing the United States is about to turn into Gilead from The Handmaid’s Tale.

But Sunny Hostin of the The View made one confession about abortion that should be a wake-up call for Democrats.

Hostin revealed that she is pro-life personally, but does not want laws prohibiting it.

“I don’t believe in abortion at any time,” she claimed. “I don’t believe in any exception to it,” which caused so-called moderate Sara Haines to interject, “But even in incest?”

“No, I don’t,” Hostin again claimed. “I don’t, and that’s considered very radical for many people, and it’s because I’m Catholic, and that’s my faith. And, you know, the Justices, there are six Catholics on the bench, and there will be two Protestants because the newest Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, is Protestant, and there will be one person of Jewish faith.”

“And so this has always been a very difficult discussion for me, but what is not difficult for me is the fact that this is an activist Supreme Court, and they should not be deciding the law based on their faith,” she continued.

She tried to tap-dance around her supposed pro-life opinion in order to maintain her left-wing street cred.

Abortion has become such an unholy rite on the Left that supposedly devout Catholics, like Hostin and Joe Biden, are supporting radical pro-abortion Democrats.

And it makes no sense to say that the Dobbs decision was guided by religious faith.

The chief legal question was whether or not the right to an abortion exists in the Constitution, and the Court ruled that it does not.

The states can set their own laws based on the will of the people.

The secularization of the culture has essentially run pro-lifers out of the Democrat Party.

Somehow, Sunny Hostin can supposedly justify being staunchly pro-life while supporting a Party that believes abortion is something to be celebrated.

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