The comedian and co-host of the liberal-dominated yuckfest "The View" had the gall to suggest on air that Senator Tim Johnson's (D-South Dakota) recent ailment could've been caused by a "man-made" conspiracy by the GOP to regain control of the Senate.
On Thursday’s edition of The View, the ladies, along with guest co-host Dari Alexander of Fox News, discussed Democratic Senator Tim Johnson’s emergency brain surgery and the potential political fallout. Alexander explained to the audience that if Johnson had to resign from the Senate, the Republican governor of South Dakota would pick an interim senator to fulfill the remainder of Johnson’s term, thereby creating the potential for an even split in the Senate between Democrats and Republicans. Joy Behar chimed in and put forth another tin foil hat worthy conspiracy theory:
Joy Behar: "Is there such a thing as a man-made stroke? In other words, did someone do this to him?"
Alexander joked that perhaps he had been given polonium, referencing the recent death of the former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, who accused the Kremlin of poisoning him:
Dari Alexander: "Maybe they gave him polonium."
O’Donnell [laughing]: "Oh no, no."
Elisabeth Hasselbeck laughed off Behar’s ludicrous question, referring to her suggestion as a conspiracy theory, but Behar refused to back down:
Elisabeth Hasselbeck: "Let me ask you something. Why is everything coming from the liberal perspective a conspiracy? This is a conspiracy."
Behar: "I know what this–that party is capable of."
With their usual recklessness, Hollywood liberals continue to demonstrate just how stupid they are. And they can get away with it because their audiences almost always consist of pandering trolls who wouldn't dare let something like facts get in the way of their utter hatred of conservatives and the Right. If Barbara Walters (who started "The View") had any guts, she'd hire a more prominent conservative pundit than Hasselback to take on the daily filth, lies and hypocrisy that Behar and Rosie O'Donnell put out, but hey as long as O'Donnell brings ratings, Walters could probably care less about her show being fair and balanced.