Last week while discussing the recent push by Democrats to impeach President Donald Trump, co-host of “The View” Meghan McCain and Joy Behar used very violent rhetoric to talk about the President.
On Monday, co-hosts McCain and Behar were no where to be seen on “The View” which suggests that they may have been temporarily booted from the show for the comments that were made. Although this is just speculation, it seems very ironic that the pair just happen to be missing from the show directly after the comments were made.
“I will say, if you take this kill shot, Democrats, ya better not miss,” McCain said during the show last week.
Co-host Joy Behar chimed in to agree by saying, “Yeah.”
“Ya better hit his jugular and if there’s even a finger still moving at the end of it you’re gonna ruin your chances in 2020,” McCain noted while using graphic language. “But you better do this well, if you’re gonna do it. And my faith in Democrats…”
Whoopi Goldberg jumped in to save McCain considering the co-host sounded like she wanted to kill the President.
After Goldberg chimed in, McCain immediately apologized, noting, “I don’t mean literally! I’m so sorry! Oh my God! I’m so sorry!” McCain said while stuttering. “I don’t mean…Oh my God! I mean like a metaphorical. I talk, I’m a shoo…, I’m a hunter and a shooter, I’m sorry about my metaphors. And I talk like a redneck, so sorry. But I will say, you have to, you have to, you have to definitely do this. If you’re gonna impeach him, you have to impeach him. It can’t just be proceedings that don’t end up successful. And again, please don’t take that the wrong way, that’s how I talk.”
Behar tried easing the situation by using a baseball metaphor. “If you swing you have to hit the ball,” she said to try to let McCain off the hook.
WATCH the clip below. This short video was from the segment that aired last week:
McCain has hated President Trump because of the feud between the President and her father, swamp monster John McCain.
According to a report in April, the McCain family who claims to be supporters of the GOP, have announced that they will be backing Democrat Joe Biden during the 2020 election.
The Washington Examiner reported earlier that, “sources close to both Biden’s presidential campaign and the McCains said that at some point during the White House race, McCain’s widow Cindy, 64, and daughter Meghan, 34, a host on ‘The View,’ will offer their public support in the hope of removing Trump from office in 2020.”