Fire Joy Behar for Using a Daytime Talk Show as a Platform for Her Political Agenda and Unacceptable Behavior

Posted on October 27, 2010


Don’t tell me the pro-Democrat media personalities/demagogues aren’t having an impact on this election.  Today SamHenry has already spoken out about Jon Stewart.

Now we see the latest poll numbers out of Nevada and are reminded by a blog at VotingFemale (see the video)  that another well-known leftist media personality has erupted on air against a guest on the political right on The View big time.  These “entertainers” know that they have power and they are not shy about using it.

Monday, Joy Behar  Confronted Harry Reid’s opposition in Nevada, Sharron Angle, and ended up calling her a bitch on the air.  Angle sent her flowers and thanked her for all of the publicity she received.  She should have saved her money.  Behar’s blast ricocheted rather than resonated  with voters..  The outburst brought the intended publicity but not the hoped for jump in Reid’s numbers:

This just in 31 minutes ago from CNN

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(CNN) – With six days to go until the midterm elections, a new poll indicates the Republican challenging Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid holds a four point advantage in the most high profile Senate battle in the country.

According to a CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation poll released Wednesday, 49 percent of likely voters in Nevada are backing GOP Senate nominee Sharron Angle, who enjoys strong support from many in the Tea Party movement, with 45 percent supporting Reid, the top Democrat in the Senate who’s bidding for a fifth term in the chamber. Angle’s four point margin is within the poll’s sampling error.

While reviewing this article for this blog post, Jack Cafferty was reporting on election machine tampering in Nevada.  The irregularities were found on machines managed by a union favorable to Reid.  He went on to a laundry list of many other voting irregularities nation-wide.  How many instances of deceit on the part of the party in power do we need to realize that this election is rigged?

From Jon Stewart to Joy Behar, outspoken Democratic supporters can say and do things on the air others cannot.  They are seen as cool and hip and with it.  The youth vote loves it.  Undoubtedly most of those who feel disenfranchised are taken by it.  They love the fact that in America you can say almost anything.

Afterword:  Juan Williams was accused of overstepping the bounds of his role as a analyst/reporter.  Why aren’t Stewart and Behar taken to task for going beyond the bounds of their roles as entertainers?  Fire Joy Behar!

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