For a woman with a master’s degree, “The View” co-host Joy Behar can be devoid of intelligence on a fairly consistent basis, but then, so can her colleagues.
The same gals who instinctively believed every woman who has ever accused any Republican or conservative of sexual harassment tried to ‘whataboutism’ and downplay similar, very credible allegations by three women against Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo because they are hapless partisans who refuse to admit as much to their audience.
The #MeToo movement only applies to those on the right if you’re a lib co-host of The View.
In particular, Behar said that Democrats should just “ignore everything” Cuomo is being accused of because that, supposedly, is the “Republican model.”
Co-host Ana Navarro, who can also not credibly be accused of being a deep thinker, played a clip of Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) discussing the accusations on Fox News earlier this week.
“Here’s what I would tell my Democratic colleagues to do, follow the Republican model. We had a Republican nominee for the Supreme Court be accused of something the day before we voted, the moment before we voted. We could have gone ahead and said this. It’s too late. You sat on it. It’s not fair. We stopped the entire damn process,” he said.
That is absolutely true. The ‘Republican model,’ then, was to at least allow the accusations to be aired publicly, as ridiculous as they were, in the interest of fairness (which Democrats would have never done).
And that’s what happened; the process devolved into the abyss of absurdity, thanks to Democrat antics, and every single one of Kavanaugh’s accusers were debunked. Some were caught lying and referred to the Justice Department for prosecution (which never happened — go figure).
The Republican model is to look away and look the other way and play dumb on the accusations against Donald Trump,” Navarro falsely claimed. “Look, it’s 2021. There is no excuse for some of the things that Andrew Cuomo is being accused of. No 65-year-old man should be asking a 25-year-old woman what her sex life is unless he’s her gynecologist. That is just inexcusable. I’m upset it happened last year. This wasn’t ten years ago. This was after ‘Me Too,’ this is after Time’s up. He should have known better. But I’m going to wait for the full investigation to come out and see what the truth is. I hope that happens,” she added.
She and her fellow co-host feminists didn’t wait for the investigation to play out with Kavanaugh.
Nevertheless, co-host Whoopi Goldberg chimed in: “So, Joy, I can’t wait to hear your answer on this. What do you think about Lindsey Graham’s Republican model?”
“Well, yes, I do agree with them they should use the Republican model, which is to basically ignore everything like they did with Kavanaugh, they had no witnesses, they had a three-day investigation. Rob Porter — remember him, physically abused two of his wives. I remember Trump said, ‘I wish him well.’ Didn’t they back up Roy Moore for a long time?”
What do Roy Moore and Rob Porter have to do with the Brett Kavanaugh accusations or those against Cuomo?
Behar continued: “I mean, the Republican playbook is, let’s hope that this goes away, and let’s not really go into it. So he’s right. We should use the Republican playbook because the Democrats do the opposite. A case in point, Al Franken, Senator Gillibrand, off with his head immediately, you know, he needs to resign, and a lot of Democrats got behind it. Now I noticed she’s changed her tune. Now she’s taking the Republican playbook to heart. Well, let’s investigate this time. Let’s see what the allegation comes to. So, yes, good, thank you, Lindsey.”
There are so many twists and turns taken by Behar it’s hard to keep up, but the gist is this: ‘Let’s do everything we can to excuse Cuomo and see that he is let off the hook because he has a ‘D’ behind his name and that makes it okay.’
Basically being everything they have accused Republicans of being.