‘The View’ Co-Host Joy Behar Plans To Stay At Home ‘Until Trump Is Out Of Office’

As Americans are slowly preparing to gradually get back to their normal lives amid the ongoing coronavirus-related lockdown, one prominent left-wing personality doesn’t plan to leave home any time soon.

Joy Behar, a co-host of ABC’s The View, has announced that she will remain at home until “Trump is out of office.”

Her pathetic comments came when co-host Whoopi Goldberg peddled liberal talking points about public fears surrounding plans to reopen the nation’s economy.

“A lot of people don’t seem to be ready to step outside yet, according to a survey,” Goldberg said.

She went on to reference one poll showing that 4 in 10 Americans “plan to avoid public spaces as much as possible until long after everything is over.”

While Goldberg said she does not “think you can actually do it like that,” Behar seemed to disagree.

Asked how long she was “prepared to stay put,” Behar told Goldberg she is “prepared” for the long haul.

“I think I’m going to have to stay put at least until November when Trump is out of office because he is not — he’s not putting the tests out there,” she said.

Of course, even if Trump is defeated on Election Day, he will remain in office until January.

“Until everybody gets tested or certain people that I’m going to be visiting or places that I’m going to go to, I am not leaving this house,” Behar continued.

It’s hard to tell lately if the Never-Trumper is being serious or just spouting ridiculous nonsense for attention.

Just last week, the 77-year-old comedian claimed she had decided to retire from the show in 2022, after being on the panel for 21 seasons.

“I have a three-year contract,” she said. “But that doesn’t mean I can’t leave if I want to, because they can’t really do anything to me at this point. I don’t see myself staying for more [time]. That’s it! I could be wrong. If I’m as fabulous in [2022] as I am now, I’ll think about. But the chances of that happening…” … “You know, time marches on. I’m not a kid.”

Behar joined the show in 1997 and is the longest-tenured host, though she did leave the show for a time when she was fired in 2013.

At that time the producers wanted the program to be less political, but she was rehired in 2015 and the show has become a nonstop liberal lovefest or hatefest as the case may be.

It has brought on conservative co-hosts, but in the age of Trump, most of the conservatives who appear on television are Never-Trumpers.

Back in March, Behar left the show for a self-imposed hiatus to quarantine herself over fears that she could contract the coronavirus given her age.

She has since been doing the show from her home, as have the other hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Meghan McCain, and Sunny Hostin.

Behar essentially announced she was planning to retire next year, and then walked in back shortly after.

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