Joy “Joyless” Behar is one of the most dishonest human beings in all of television and entertainment.
She is nothing but a mouth piece for the lying media.
On an episode of “The View,” Behar told yet another lie to her viewers when discussing Antifa.
She falsely called Antifa a “fictitious” group, and “a thing that doesn’t even exist.”
Her co-host Meghan McCain objected, calling Behar’s statement a lie, but Behar doubled down anyway.
Dan Bongino was a guest on Sean Hannity’s show, where the two discussed Behar’s false claim.
Bongino called Behar “dumb” for denying the existence of Antifa, and then gave examples of the group’s violence, including a documented murder that was perpetuated by the group.
Joy Behar Claims Antifa is a "Fictitious Idea" that "Doesn't Even Exist"
View co-host Meghan McCain fired back at Behar, saying that she personally knows people hurt by Antifa.
McCain flat out called Behar a liar for her comments.
Behar, being the idiot that she is, then doubled down on her claim that Antifa is merely an "idea."
When McCain pushed back, Behar acted like a child trying to win an argument by speaking over McCain.
Journalist Andy Ngo has covered Antifa in Portland for the last year, and was physically assaulted by the group.
He also called out Behar's lies on Twitter.
Fox News with more on Behar and McCain's argument on the View:
"The View" co-host Joy Behar declared the far-left group Antifa is a "fictitious idea" and "not a real thing" on Monday despite its well-documented history of violence.
The hosts reacted to Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., saying he would have been concerned if the Jan. 6 Capitol riot was filled with members of Antifa and Black Lives Matter, instead of Donald Trump supporters.
"If I was surrounded by people carrying weapons, people erecting nooses, screaming ‘hang Mike Pence,’ bludgeoning a police officer to death, I might be a little scared," Behar said. "But Ron? No, he’s not scared of those people, he’s scared of this fictitious idea of Antifa. A thing that doesn’t even exist."
Conservative co-host Meghan McCain later said the idea Antifa doesn’t exist is "factually inaccurate and a lie," but the fiery Behar didn’t appreciate the retort.
"I just want to clarify that Christopher Wray who was the FBI director says that Antifa is an ideology, not an organization. There is no sign that they were involved in the Capitol siege, let’s be clear," Behar said.
McCain shot back, "I’m not saying they were involved in the Capitol siege, I’m saying they exist."
"That’s all, I’m done," Behar said.
Dan Bongino also discussed the incident on Fox News with Sean Hannity.
When asked whether Antifa was fictitious, Bongino said this:
"Fictitious entities don't put people in body bags."
Bongino was referencing the Patriot Prayer member who was murdered by Antifa in Oregon.
Bongino called Behar "dumb," and then referenced his own experience with Antifa, where they threatened his wife.