On Tuesday’s episode of the ABC speak present “The View,” cohost Pleasure Behar attacked Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) for her apology for feedback she made evaluating COVID-19 protocols to the Holocaust.
Greene admitted in her apology that she “made a mistake” and needed to “personal it.”
“There isn’t any comparability to the Holocaust, and there are phrases that I’ve stated and remarks that I’ve made that I do know are offensive, and for that I need to apologize,” she added.
Behar Assaults Greene
This didn’t sit effectively with Behar, nevertheless.
“Right here’s the factor about this girl based on what I learn, she went to Auschwitz when she was 19,” Behar started. “I’ve been to Dachau in Germany. You don’t depart a focus camp not realizing precisely what occurred … It’s actually a horrendous expertise.”
Not stopping there, Behar went on to say that she doesn’t suppose Greene’s apology is real.
“I don’t purchase it. Any of it,” she stated. “I feel she’s filled with it … She says she’s apologizing, however then she says Democrats are Nazis, which exhibits you she has no idea of what Nazis really did, and so I feel that her apology is as empty as her head,” Behar added.
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“I suppose that she is simply doing it to keep away from censure, and she or he must be pushed out of Congress as quickly as attainable, in my view,” she concluded.
Ana Navarro Chimes In
Behar’s cohost Ana Navarro agreed, taking issues a step additional by evaluating Greene to “a banshee that may do something to get consideration.” She added that she just isn’t “snug” with the congresswoman, deeming her “one of many worst members of Congress” in her lifetime.
“In case you are studying in regards to the Holocaust at virtually 50 years of age, you’ve obtained an actual drawback,” Navarro continued. “You aren’t match to be in Congress for those who lack that a lot information of historical past, and of one of many worst occasions in human historical past.”
Nevertheless, Navarro additionally confessed that it was “refreshing” to see Greene take accountability for her feedback.
“We all know she influences folks, and that there are individuals who observe what she says,” Navarro stated.
“So I feel that it’s a good factor, and it’s refreshing for her to confess errors, one thing Donald Trump by no means did, and one thing that we don’t often see in Republican politics, acknowledging and admitting a mistake, reflecting and studying,” she continued.
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REP. GREENE APOLOGIZES FOR HOLOCAUST COMMENTS: Weeks after Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene made the primary of repeated comparisons of COVID-19 security precautions to the Holocaust, she apologized on Monday — the co-hosts react. https://t.co/NQPStVyzFi pic.twitter.com/Stk4JzN2Qo
— The View (@TheView) June 15, 2021
This piece was written by James Samson on June 16, 2021. It initially appeared in LifeZette and is utilized by permission.
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