We reported earlier this week that Joy Behar and Meghan McCain had gotten into yet another major brawl on ABC’s “The View,” this time over anti-semitism.
It’s now being reported that this brawl was the final straw for ABC’s president, who intervened to instruct the two women to stop their personal assaults.
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According to production sources, ABC News President Kim Godwin convened a last-minute meeting of “The View’s” co-hosts and producers, informing them that the show’s behind-the-scenes culture needed to be improved immediately. The virtual conference was convened after ABC received a barrage of requests to terminate McCain for her assaults on Behar, who, it should be remembered, also insults McCain.
“I would love for Democrats to channel the same amount of enthusiasm into what’s going on the the left, because this is, quite honestly, how people get red-pilled,” she said. “When they witness the media’s clear prejudice, they’re red-pilled since the media doesn’t want the ‘Squad’ to seem bad. They only care about making [Marjorie Taylor Greene] appear bad.”
Behar retorted that she disagreed with what the conservative was saying. She claimed that she has been fighting anti-Semitism on the show for “25 years” and that McCain should “respect” her. That’s when things got pretty heated, since McCain was having none of it.
Take a look at the video below to see for yourself.
REP. GREENE SLAMMED OVER HOLOCAUST REMARKS: The co-hosts react to Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene comparing Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s mask mandates on the House floor to the Holocaust. https://t.co/FkUKJndPCY pic.twitter.com/UPCwXui2Fq
— The View (@TheView) May 24, 2021