Former Playboy bunny and Baywatch actress, Pamela Anderson appeared on The View to discuss her political views. At first it was unclear why The View hags wanted Pamela Anderson to appear on their show, but it didn’t take long to figure it out, as almost immediately Anderson gushed about being on her mom’s “favorite show.” After Anderson made it clear that she blames the Republican Party for almost everything that’s wrong in the world, like “climate change, climate deniers and nuclear war.” she was asked about her relationship with Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, who is currently serving an 11-month sentence in a high-security British prison.

The View’s hostile, far-left co-host, leftist Sonny Hostin established her relaationship with Assange, saying, “You have a relationship with Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange.” She asked, “How is he doing?”

Anderson explained that Assange is not doing well and has lost about 30 pounds. She compared the danger he faces in prison to Epstein.

The View’s RINO host, Meghan McCain interrupted to accuse Assange of “defacating everywhere” in the Equadorian embassy and of being a “cyber spy.” McCain then accused Assange of putting the lives of our military at risk. Anderson responded by saying the military has put innocent lives at risk, and not Julian Assange. “There’s nothing proven that he’s actually put anybody at risk,” calling him a “hero.”

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Anderson who called Assange, “The most resiliant person I’ve ever met,” remained calm throughout the attacks on Assange, and continued to defend him for leaking sensitive government documents to the public against a visibly frustrated Meghan McCain.

The View’s angry co-host Joy Behar, accused Assange of being responsible for hurting Hillary’s chances of winning the 2016 election. Behar was visibly upset when Anderson confirmed that Assange is not a Trump fan.

Anderson responded to McCain’s claim, saying, “His whole intention is to stop these senseless wars. Wars of business… A lot of people aren’t too happy with America and how they meddle in everyone’s business. It doesn’t help us, it doesn’t help anybody.”

The very angry co-host Meghan McCain crossed her arms and interrupted to call Assange a “Cyber terrorist!” and “I’m not gonna stand by this, it’s ridiculous!”

Here’s the interview in its entirety:

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