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Joy Behar Suffers Live TV Meltdown After What Pence Just Did to Her

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Joy Behar has been exposed as a sad bigot, and there’s nothing she can do or say that will now convince us otherwise.

Oh, she tried, but her attempt was nothing short of pathetic. In fact, it quickly devolved into something of a meltdown.

By now we all know that Behar joked with her liberal windbag colleagues on The View about how Christians like VP Mike Pence are “mentally ill” for speaking to Jesus and then actually expecting and listening for a response.

Pence then issued a brilliant takedown of Behar’s bosses at ABC for letting her loose on the air:

“To have ABC maintain a broadcast forum that compared Christianity to mental illness is just wrong,” Pence said Wednesday on C-SPAN. “It is simply wrong for ABC to have a television program that expresses that kind of religious intolerance.

“My faith sustains me in all that I do,” said Pence, adding that The View hosts insulted the “vast majority of the American people who cherish faith.

“It demonstrates how out of touch some in the mainstream media are with the faith and values of the American people that you could have a major network like ABC permit a forum for invective against religion like that.”

That clearly terrified the ABC honchos, as did the millions of angry letters they received.

So it was more than a little conspicuous that the latest installment of The View featured Whoopie asking Joy if she indeed thinks Christians are mentally ill.

Behar’s ridiculous response?

“Well, that would make me mentally ill, since I’m a Christian myself.”

Right, Joy. Sure you are.

You might’ve grown up in a Christian family, but real Christians believe that Jesus is real. And if he’s real, why shouldn’t we, or the Vice President of the United States, expect to hear his voice?

It was meant to be an apology, but Behar quickly went into a little meltdown about how comedians like her are “threatened.”

“I don’t mean to offend people, but apparently, I keep doing it,” said Behar. “I mean c’mon it was a joke. Comedians are in danger these days.

H/T Mad World News

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