(PatriotWise.com)- Joy Behar, the far-left TV show host best known for once wearing black face and also hosting “The View” on ABC, suggested this week that Dr. Anthony Fauci should become a darling on cable news.
After President Donald Trump suggested during a campaign rally that he might fire Dr. Fauci as one of the chief members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force after the election, Behar said on “The View” that Fauci should turn to TV news instead.
On Monday’s show, Behar complained about how Trump supporters chanted “Fire Fauci!” during the rally.
Here is the clip where the president said he may fire Fauci after his audience told him to.
Donald Trump says he’ll fire Dr. Fauci after the election. pic.twitter.com/48MlqaJdxA
— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) November 2, 2020
Notice how the so-called “conservatives” at the Lincoln Project tried to present this as a bad thing?
“First off, these people chant more than a swami I used to date,” Behar said on the show. “Here’s the thing with Fauci and the tone-deafness and stupidity of Trump. Number one, I was a civil servant, ok. You can’t fire a civil servant so easily. It’s impossible.”
She added that she thinks the president would be doing Fauci a favor if he does fire him.
“Fauci needs to quit,” she said. “Get off of Trump’s bandwagon altogether and go on television and become the media darling at CNN, MSNBC, and I bet they’ll put you on at Fox.”
TRUMP SUGGESTS HE’LL FIRE FAUCI AFTER ELECTION: Pres. Trump told supporters at a late-night rally in Florida that he would “wait till a little bit after the election” before possibly firing top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci. https://t.co/SYVTPFBpqI pic.twitter.com/9aMwoVkgDa
— The View (@TheView) November 2, 2020
Dr. Fauci has proven a controversial figure on the COVID-19 pandemic. A strong proponent of lockdowns, Fauci has even suggested that he thinks social distancing measures and mask mandates could go on until 2022.
“It’s not going to be the way it was with polio and measles, where you get a vaccine, case closed, it’s done,” he said back in October during a discussion with Thomas Jefferson University. “It’s going to be public-health measures that linger for months and months.”
“You’re not going to have a profound degree of herd immunity for a considerable period of time, maybe toward the end of 2021, into 2022,” he added.
Is it any wonder people want him fired?