Joy Behar Blames Jersey City Anti-Semitic Murders on White Nationalism….Exposes Ignorance

No one ever said that Joy Behar was the sharpest tool in the shed and for good reason. A entire day after the Jersey City shooting suspects were identified, Behar referred to them as white nationalists. She was not alone. Rep Rashida Tlaib also labeled it as a crime committed by white nationalists and later she deleted the tweet without an explanation or an apology.

Here is what Behar’s and Tlaib’s idea of white nationalists are:

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David Anderson & Francine Graham were followers of the black nationalist, anti-Semitic sect, the Black Hebrew Israelites.

So, once they realized they were Black nationalist both ladies just ignored the fact that they made false accusations in order to pin the blame on President Donald Trump. This is par for the course for Democrats to whom facts do not matter, only attacks on this president matters.

The View was hosting former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Behar worked him over trying to get him to admit the shooting was the result of white nationalism. Christie refused to take the bait.

From The Blaze

“Is it anti-Semitic, what happened?” she asked guest co-host and former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R).

Christie responded by pointing out that local officials believed that the incident was a targeted attack.

“It’s a really terrible thing, and we need to pray for [the slain police officer’s] family,” Christie responded. “Those five children lost their dad.”

Behar — insistent on leading Christie into saying that the attack was because of white nationalism — added, “Yes. You will concede that the nationals — these white nationalists have been let out of their holes.”

No one on the show pointed out that the suspects were not white.

Christie refused to take the bait, however, and responded in kind.

“Listen,” Christie began. “It’s an awful, divisive time when you are allowing folks to be able to express these kind of views, no matter who they are, no matter what the ethnic, religious bias they have. That’s got no place in this country, never has, and we, all of us who feel that way, need to be speaking out against it and drown their voices out.”