“The View” Hosts Blame “DINOs” For Supreme Court Ruling

(FiveNation.com)- The screeching harpies from ABC’s “The View” are still working through the five stages of grief over the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade and sending abortion back to the states.

And last Thursday, the bitter, angry broads turned their venom on the so-called DINOs (Democrats in Name Only) in the Senate who refused to abolish the filibuster rule so Democrats could force through a bill making abortion legal through all nine months of pregnancy.

Co-host Joy Behar blamed Democrat Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema for their refusal to destroy the filibuster. She claimed Joe Biden’s “promising agenda” was “derailed” by these two so-called DINOs.

Behar said Biden shouldn’t be blamed for his failures, instead, Sinema and Manchin should be blamed for getting in the way. To “prove” that Biden is “trying,” she pointed out that he nominated a black woman to the Supreme Court.

The “bargaining” stage of grief continued with co-host Sara Haines suggesting that Joe Biden “come down on the Supreme Court” and challenge the court’s ruling.

Challenge it where?

Does Sara Haines want Biden to take the case against the Supreme Court to the Supreme Court?

Sunny Hostin jumped in as well, criticizing Biden and the Senate Democrats for not abolishing the filibuster to get the federal abortion bill passed.

This is how dumb Sunny Hostin is. She thinks the President has the power to change Senate rules.

Behar again suggested that the fault lies with Manchin and Sinema and suggested Biden “needs to lean on them.”

For her part, Whoopi Goldberg demanded that the Senate increase the number of justices on the Supreme Court because the conservatives have the majority. Goldberg said the court has to be politically balanced.

Odd how Whoopi Goldberg didn’t complain when the majority was Liberal. There were no calls for “political balance” then were there?

Then Ana Navarro said it was wrong to blame Democrats since the Republicans were the ones who got conservatives on the Court, adding “elections have consequences.”