The Public is sick of the View and specifically Joy Behar’s erratic and extreme opinions. The Pressure in on ABC now to take action against Behar for her Anti-Christian mockery.
The lines have been lit up for the folks over at the ABC network as Christians everywhere have been calling in since ‘The View’ aired Behar’s latest slander. What has she done now? Joy compared speaking to Jesus to mental illness, in reference to rumors that VP Mike Pence speaks to Jesus daily.
ABC has yet to comment about the outrage and we don’t hold out hope that anything will be done.
As Reported By Brian Flood With Fox News:
ABC is facing mounting criticism after its panelists on “The View” mocked Vice President Mike Pence’s Christian faith. Detractors of “The View” are focusing on the fact that ABC News, which claims to be an unbiased broadcast news operation, oversees such a nakedly partisan program with one “token” conservative.
Sunny Hostin said it’s “interesting” that former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman recently said that Pence talks to Jesus and believes Jesus tells him things. Hostin said she is a “faithful” Catholic but doesn’t want her vice president “speaking in tongues.” Joy Behar then said, “It’s one thing to talk to Jesus. It’s another thing when Jesus talks to you… that’s called mental illness.”
ABC News paints itself as a fair news organization but its longtime slogan, “See the Whole Picture,” often doesn’t apply to “The View,” according to many critics.
“It has become jarring how fixated the show is on politics and how slanted the table is,” Mediaite columnist Joseph Wulfsohn told Fox News.
Wulfsohn said it’s ABC News’ prerogative if network executives decide that having four outspoken liberals and a single “token” conservative is “profitable” but the decision “does a great disservice” by marginalizing the view of roughly half the country.
The Hill media columnist Joe Concha thinks “it would be wise for ABC News to divorce itself” from “The View.”
“It’s a pure opinion and infotainment program and therefore should be under its entertainment division,” Concha told Fox News.