Last week, co-host Sunny Hostin continued the show’s track record of the liberal, Republican-hating women making cringe-worthy statements.
“I read a poll just yesterday that white Republican suburban women are now going to vote Republican,” Hostin told the panel. “It's almost like roaches voting for Raid.”
Hostin was referring to a Wall Street Journal voter poll that did, in fact, suggest the so-called “soccer mom” vote is breaking for the Republican Party. In typical “View” fashion, however, Hostin got it wrong: the poll surveyed registered voters and not just “Republican women” as Hostin described them.
And then, of course, there is the reference to roaches.
Christian author and speaker Alex McFarland says Hostin is angry because women have morals and convictions, and they take those views to the polls.
“That's just a world that ‘The View’ panelists can't get their minds around,” he says, “because they don't have convictions and morals. All they have are ad hominem slams.”
“The View” panelists also have selective memories, too. Joy Behar recently accused Republicans of cruelly mocking John Fetterman’s post-stroke ability to talk. Just weeks earlier, she had laughingly suggested Hershel Walker, the U.S. Senate candidate in Georgia, suffers from post-NFL brain injuries.