Speaking during a segment on The View this Wednesday, host co-host Joy Behar lamented Donald Trump victory in the 2016 Election, saying that it’s just another example of how a sexist culture allows men to escape accountability.
In an impromptu warning to president-elect Trump, Behar said, “We’re watching you, okay?”
“The only checks and balances we have are us, The View,” she added.
When conservative Candace Cameron-Bure chimed in, saying that God asks us to “humble ourselves” in the face of defeat, co-host Whoopi Goldberg wasn’t having it.
“God says a lot of wonderful stuff, he really does,” Whoopi Goldberg shot back. “And I like god a lot. But I have to say, given the bigger picture of what Donald Trump represents, it is not so comfortable for me because not only does he now threaten how things are going to be done with kids of color, with women’s rights, with my right to decide what is right for my body, not what somebody else says what is right.”
“You know what I learned,” Behar interjected. “I learned that, as usual men can get away with anything and women can get away with nothing. That’s what I learned.”
“He was unbelievably decisive, bigoted, racist, homophobic, against handicapped people, against John McCain, and yet he won,” she continued. “She made some mistakes, but not like that.”
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