One host of The View made a sickening comparison for Trump supporters


The so-called Fake News Media’s hatred of Donald Trump has rotted their brains.

In their minds, anything associated with Trump must be the worst thing in the world.

Now one host of The View made a sickening comparison for Trump supporters.

The harpies at The View have delivered some of the worst political takes over the past five years.

But Whoopi Goldberg might’ve won the prize for the worst take on the show after what she said about Donald Trump supporters.

In Texas, Joe Biden’s campaign bus was surrounded by a caravan of cars with Trump flags, and Goldberg compared them to Klansmen.

She said, “That looked like a scene out of Mississippi Burning. You know, when trucks, or when trucks and cars surrounded people who are trying to drive. It was really freaky to see.”

This is absurd.

Mississippi Burning told the true story of three civil rights activists who were murdered by the KKK in the 1960s.

Comparing enthusiastic Trump supporters to murderous Klansmen is absurd.

Goldberg continued, “With what I’ve been seeing, his supporters have given me a flashback as I said and when they talk about, we think there’s going to be some issues happening, you know, who do they think is going to start this? I haven’t seen Biden flags trapping anybody. I haven’t seen any – Am I crazy guys? When you saw this caravan, did you remind you of a ’50s thing as well?”

Apparently Goldberg missed all of the left-wing rioting and looting that has taken place over the past five months.

None of those people were Trump voters.

It’s the Democrat strongholds that have been completely out-of-control time and time again.

Worse yet, the corporate press first ignored the violence because they knew it was damaging to Joe Biden, then they excused the carnage as “mostly peaceful.”

And for all the ridiculous talk of Trump and his supporters being racist, Trump has seen a boost in black and latino support.

Meanwhile, businesses have been forced to board up their stores for fear of left-wing riots.

Goldberg and the other leftists on The View live in a fantasy world where unhinged right-wingers are committing random acts of violence.

It’s completely untrue, but the false narrative remains.