They don’t want to argue with a wise black woman all the time.
The controversy surrounding Candace Owens and her potential hiring by ABC’s “The View” has sparked a heated debate about race, politics and free speech.
The women of “The View” are terrified of Candace Owens. Whoopi, Joy and Sunny, a group of crooked leftists, made it clear that they would leave the network if they hired her.
Their criticism has ranged from calling her a “MAGA extremist” to accusing her of being out of her depth and unfit for the job.
Whoopi stated, “There’s no way I’m going to sit at the table and take her seriously. She’s a MAGA extremist selling bullshit to the dumb.”
“Joy answered, “I cannot do it; she is terrible. He’ll basically lose control and scream non-stop.”
Sunny Hostin’s only additional comment was that Owens was “a trailer for colored people.”
Owens claims she doesn’t care if they stay or leave. She noted, “The show would be better without them. I could get Laura Ingraham and Tomi Lahren to come and talk.”
According to Ingraham, who repeatedly left the scene, Owens is “out of her depth.”
“They’re just luring her in. They won’t quit and she’ll take the position. When she finally gives up, they’ll bully her for a few months.”
According to reports, ABC will pay Ownes $10 million over three years to settle their abuse. If he completes the entire segment, he will receive a $10 million bonus and an official apology from Whoopi, who has stated that she will never engage in such behavior again.
But they can find that out later.
Will “The View” eventually hire Owens, and if so, can he navigate the often dangerous waters of daytime television? But one thing is certain: Her participation will certainly change the dynamic of the program and perhaps spark lively and insightful conversations about the issues that divide our country.
1 thought on “The hosts of “The View” Whoopi, Joy, and Sunny, have all declared that they will leave the program “immediately” if Candace Owens is recruited as a co-host”
That would be a win-win