Joy Behar determines Republicans ‘can’t win’ due to ‘changing demographics,’ predicts they will cheat

Poor, tortured Joy Behar. Wednesday on ABC, she and the other dimwitted co-hosts of “The View” processed their inner turmoil over Republican election cheating. The GOP is engaging in voter fraud, they seemed to be saying, by fraudulently accusing Democrats of voter fraud. All while Republicans are the ones setting up that voter fraud.

Hmmm… It sure seems like these leftist media types are preparing to invalidate the elections they lose, which is what they accuse Republicans of doing. Haven’t we all noticed that only Republican candidates are ever asked whether they will accept the election result? It’s incredibly condescending in addition to being ironic.

Here’s Joy Behar in her own words:

“This is what they’re up to now, the Republican Party, because they can’t win, and they know they can’t win, because the demographics are changing and the future is not the Republican Party. So, they have to cheat. So, first they say there’s voter fraud all over the place. We know that’s not true – less than 1%, but they don’t care about that. Then, you set up a situation where you tell people lies, like these people were told that they could vote when they actually could not. So, they give the wrong information.”

Notice how Behar compounded the confusion caused by her core argument by appearing to admit to the reality of replacement theory, which Democrats have repeatedly characterized as a conspiracy theory. Republicans know they can’t win, she said, because of changing demographics.

Indeed, two-and-a-half million foreigners crossing illegally into a country will change its demographics. That’s the point of replacement theory.

Behar continued, “So, the second step to where people are voting fraudulently, unknowingly, which is what we just watched, and then you deny the validity of any election where you did not win.”

Hard to argue with that logic, especially when it is so clearly presented.

“The View” is the name Barbara Walters and her cohort came up with to imply that this is the show to watch if you want to know what women think. These impressive thought leaders would present a much-needed counterpoint to patriarchal views, which have had a monopoly in the mainstream since the dawn of time. How embarrassing for women all across the country that this is what they produced to represent them!

Behar’s own contradictory reasoning doesn’t appear to trouble her. Voter fraud is not happening, and Republicans are awful to suggest that it is. And yet Republicans are perpetrating voter fraud. Which is it? Democrats routinely claim that replacement theory is a myth that Republicans made up, and yet Behar says Republicans can’t win due to changing demographics, which is what replacement theory is all about. So, which is it?

Whoopi Goldberg began the segment by playing police bodycam footage of an arrest for voter fraud. She said it was part of a “crackdown” that included 20 arrests, 13 of which were black people. These people, she said, were previously told they were “clear to vote.”

Could you follow that? Don’t feel badly if you couldn’t. You can try three or four times and still have no idea what she’s talking about.

Apparently, Goldberg thinks that Republicans are making (air quotes) “voter fraud” happen by allowing convicted felons to vote, because Governor DeSantis and the Republicans haven’t made it illegal for pedophiles and murderers to vote in Florida.

Now, according to The Felons Guide, “if you were convicted of murder or a sexual offense, then you are ineligible to vote. If you did commit one of those categories of crimes, you might apply for clemency, and the ability to vote may be restored.”

Going to the actual source, Florida passed Constitutional Amendment 4 in 2018.

Goldberg, in a glittering example of unassailable logic, made her case with hand movements that prove the veracity of her accusations.

Where is the information that says that, unless you are a pedophile or a murderer, you are not allowed to vote? Clearly it’s not written anywhere, or they would not have allowed him to do this. And where is Ron DeSantis? What are you doing, man? Why are you allowing this? This is your problem. You set these people up to BE part of this ‘voter fraud thing’ (again with the air quotes) that you keep looking for.”

Not to be left out, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin, and Alyssa Farah Griffin joined the argument, too.


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