Last week, the mean girls on “The View” showed everyone how intolerant and downright mean they can be when they set their minds to it. Like a pack of hyenas, they assembled around the table, licking their liberal chops, as they waited for their guests, Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle, who agreed to come on their show to discuss Trump Jr.’s book “Triggered.” Instead of treating them with even the slightest amount of respect, Whoopi, Joy Behar, Sonni “hostile” Hostin, Abby Huntsman, and Meghan McCain mocked and humiliated them, even going as far as to and accuse them of lying. (Watch HERE).
Today, on The View, the mean girls were at it again, but this time, they had a new target—Nikki Haley, who over the weekend appeared on ABC News, where she dropped a bombshell about how former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and former Chief of Staff John Kelly tried to undermine President Trump.
In what can only be described as an embarrassing open, the brains of “The View,” Whoopi Goldberg, who refuses to name President Trump, attempted to immediately discredit Haley, asked her panel of rabidly anti-Trump hosts, “If she was so concerned, why didn’t she just quit?” Almost as though someone signaled to Whoopi that she just made a huge error, the loudmouth queen of the set, quickly backtracked, saying, “But she did—-didn’t she?” Yes, Whoopi, as a matter of fact, Haley did resign from her position as UN Ambassador, but not without giving glowing reviews for President Trump on the way out the door.
Faux conservative Meghan McCain, whose hatred for President Trump is second only to Joy Behar’s, stepped in to suggest to their viewers that Nikki Haley shouldn’t be believed because she wants Mike Pence’s job. “There’s been rampant rumors on Capitol Hill that she’s been vying for V.P., that somehow Trump is going to replace Mike Pence with her,” McCain claimed. The woman who became a co-host of The View after she made her hatred for President Trump while still working for Fox News, cited a piece by liberal David Frum, in the progressive rag, “The Atlantic,” suggested that Haley wants to run for President in 2024.
“The View” co-host Abbey Huntsman, whose only claim to fame, is her father’s John Huntsman’s career as a former Congressman, before the never-Trumper retired, chimed in, calling Nikki Haley, “Probably the most ambitious politician since Hillary Clinton.” The uninteresting Huntsman continued by mocking the idea that there’s such a thing as a “Swamp” in D.C.
True to form, Meghan McCain warned that 2024 is a long way off and that fellow Republican female, Nikki Haley should consider giving up if she has any political ambitions. Someone should ask “The View’s” mean girls, “Whatever happened to women supporting women?” Or is supporting other women only appropriate if they share the same political views?