ICYMI … Remember This? … Joy Behar, the alt-left socialist co-host of “The View” on Monday morning demanded that Republican lawmakers that support President Trump – in any way – take off their American flag pins immediately.
Behar while speaking with panel guest Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Tex.) on Trump’s use of Twitter said that it was not enough to criticize the president’s “character flaws.”
She went on to accuse the president of being “unpatriotic” and called on any Republicans who stand by him to remove their flag pins.
“I support his policy agenda … We can have multiple ideas in our head at the same time, right? And I don’t have to try and defend his character flaws,” said Crenshaw.
“You don’t have to insult and you don’t have to make disingenuous attempts to undermine character,” he continued.
“The president isn’t listening to you, though,” one panelist interjected.
“Nobody is,” said Crenshaw, laughing. “I’m not sure anybody is these days.”
“I’m not going to pretend it’s gotten better,” he went on. “But if we can all be part of the solution, I think—and then, again, that’s a low bar. Just don’t insult each other. But if you look at any member of Congress’s Twitter feed, all it is is insults.”
Behar then chimed in.
“It isn’t just that. Let’s talk about, you know, the fact that he met with Putin for 90 minutes… and never once brought up the fact that Russia, Russia interfered in our election,” she said. “And he never brought it up. How is it that the Republican Party, your colleagues, can stand by this man when he is involved in this way with Russia?”
Behar went on, “I said last week I don’t want to see any of those flag pins anymore on Republicans who don’t stand up against this guy for Russian meddling, and other things that he’s done. It seems as though he’s unpatriotic. What do you say to that?”
Crenshaw defended President Trump, saying, “I think we’re overstating it. And first of all, that meeting had to do with Venezuela,” referring to a phone call with Putin on Friday regarding the strategic stability in the South American country.
“I will give you this. The president has a bad habit of repeating what Putin says to the public,” he conceded. “He shouldn’t do that. But he also has a pretty good habit of taking actions and putting policies in place that are vehemently counter-Russia.”
Rep. Dan Crenshaw says he supports Pres. Trump’s “policy agenda,” but “I don’t have to try and defend his character flaws.”
— The View (@TheView) May 6, 2019
It’s time The View is cancelled, enough is ENOUGH.