Ridiculous: The View Blames Trump for Rain at Burning Man

(UnitedVoice.com) – Burning Man 2023 in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert was not the fun experience some people expected. Torrential rainstorms turned the Playa into an unsafe, muddy mess. The hosts of ABC’s “The View” discussed the disastrous festival and had a ridiculous reason for what happened.

On September 5, “The View” returned for its 27th season and the ladies had a lot to say, as usual. The hosts mentioned the conditions at Burning Man that left approximately 70,000 people trapped. One person died and the others were stranded with limited food and water. Liberal host Joy Behar claimed the chaos was “one of the many tragedies this summer due to climate change.”

The hosts agreed with her and proceeded to talk about the excessive heat, fires, and recent hurricane in California. Behar then said the fossil fuel industry contributed to the problem more when former President Donald Trump was in office. She then begged viewers not to vote for him.

The women of “The View” have a long, long history of attacking Trump and other Republicans. Conservative Meghan McCain, the daughter of the late Arizona Senator John McCain (R), left the show because she said it was so toxic and claimed she was treated poorly as a result of her views.

In June, co-host Sunny Hostin claimed Republican leaders were intentionally “lowering their intellect” to attract voters who aren’t as smart as they are. Behar declared the GOP is “enabl[ing] the stupidity.”

During the last season of the show, Hostin, who is a woman of color, went on a rant about “white Republican suburban women,” comparing them to “roaches voting for Raid.” She was furious, condemning them for allegedly voting against their own self-interests. Whoopi Goldberg was even suspended from the show for anti-Semitic remarks she made on air.

Despite the show’s highly inflammatory and divisive rhetoric, the network continues to renew it.

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