It will come as no surprise to anyone who knows anything about the liberal psychopathy on ABC’s The View that the women on the panel are aghast at Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. But it’s worth checking in on Whoopi and the gang every now and again just to refresh our memories as to what exact sort of nonsense these women are brainwashing their morning audience with day in and day out. This week, it appears they are championing the left’s favorite new mantra: Believe All Women!
Unless they are conservatives. Or they are accusing a Democrat of something. Other than that, though, definitely believe all women.
At one point on Thursday, co-host Sunny Hostin went on a full-fledged rant about how when a woman accuses a man of something, that should be the whole ballgame!
“I also think like you do, Whoopi, that women should be believed!” Hostin said. “Our daughters should be believed! Our sisters, our mothers. Since when is someone not saying, ‘This is my truth. This is what happened to me’ enough? I don’t understand that!”
Sadly, no one on the panel bothered to remind Hostin of the premise “innocent until proven guilty.” Or, if that’s too weighty a concept for the limited collective IQ score seen on The View panel, perhaps just “sometimes women lie” would do for a substitute. But no, apparently Whoopi Goldberg, Sunny Hostin, and Joy Behar live in an alternative universe where every woman is saintly and honest and whose “truth” is equivalent to hard evidence.
Later, though, there was an interesting moment that we enjoyed. While Behar was grumbling about the lack of “morality” among Republicans who would put up with the accusations against Kavanaugh, co-host Abby Huntsman said exactly what we were thinking.
“Couldn’t you say that about both though?” Huntsman asked. “How many Democrats rallied around Bill Clinton during those years?”
“That’s something different though,” Behar said. “I’m not talking exactly about that.”
Nooo, wouldn’t want to talk about that, now would we, Joy? Wouldn’t want to talk about Juanita Broaddrick’s “truth,” would you? Or Paula Jones’s “truth”? Or Kathleen Willey’s “truth.” You might have to go back and revise your Believe All Women mantra. You might have to get down off your high horse, take a deep breath, and admit that just because a woman said something happened…it doesn’t necessarily mean that it did.
Or, you know, you could confront the fact that your precious Bill Clinton was a rapist and a sexual predator. Either way…