Joy Behar Says Trump Can’t Call A Black Person Racist: “Outrageous and Stupid”


The View” co-host Joy Behar just exposed the fatal flaw when the left tries to play the race card. Look, no one ever said America does not have some lingering issues with race.

We are a melting pot so some issues are inevitable, but we do a pretty good job keeping this country as equal as a society can get.

True, we have a wealth inequality gap, but we are still the best place on the planet, regardless of race or status, where one can reach their true potential.

The left ignores all this and ignores reality and in that way Joy Behar loses all credibility

“Elijah is the black man,” Ms. Behar said on the show, according to a clip published by the Washington Examiner.

“He’s calling the black man the racist. I mean, I don’t think people understand that particularly. It’s outrageous and stupid to call a black person a racist.”

From Fox News: President Trump on Monday blasted Rev. Al Sharpton as a “con man,” claiming he “hates whites & cops,” after the MSNBC host said he would travel to Baltimore amid the controversy over the president’s comments about the city and its Democratic lawmakers.

Sharpton tweeted Sunday evening that he would travel to Baltimore to “address Trump’s remarks & bi-partisan outrage in the black community” over them.

Trump responded by slamming Sharpton, saying they have known each other for decades and used to attend fights together. But the president did not pull any punches when weighing in on Sharpton’s character.

“I have known Al for 25 years. Went to fights with him & Don King, always got along well. He “loved Trump!’ He would ask me for favors often,” the president tweeted.

Trump then continued, “Al is a con man, a troublemaker, always looking for a score. Just doing his thing. Must have intimidated Comcast/NBC. Hates Whites & Cops!” he tweeted.

Minutes later, the president added: “Al Sharpton would always ask me to go to his events. He would say, “it’s a personal favor to me.”

Seldom, but sometimes, I would go. It was fine. He came to my office in T.T. during the presidential campaign to apologize for the way he was talking about me. Just a conman at work!”

The president’s tweets come after Sharpton, on Sunday night, posted details of a press conference he planned to give Monday “to address Trump’s remarks & bi-partisan outrage in the black community.”