Contrary to her expectations, The View interview today was a long, painful and ugly one, much like every single Carly Fiorina media appearance. The lone woman on the GOP side took issue with the hosts for their comments made after the CNBC debate, and whined about them ad nauseum on many different media jaunts. Monday, on Fox and Friends, she looked forward to today's View appearance to clear the air. After watching the video above and Part 2, I can't imagine she was happy with the outcome. That won't stop her from using it to play the victim, as is her modus operandi.
Predictably, she exploited the Secretary to CEO lie that we all know is the opposite of how her life has played out. She also discussed her pro-life stance, her idea of a Utopian meritocracy and how bad unions are, for women especially. It was the run-of-the-mill song and dance we expect from this massive corporate disaster and pathological liar.
'Fiorina's fireworks' were not limited to issues where the truth eludes her, like the Planned Parenthood (PP) fabrication which she has exploited to the hilt. Fiorina has a big problem with Joy Behar using the litany of the Left which is her way of avoiding any tough question that she's asked. Carly was clearly flummoxed by Whoopi's refusal to let her continue her PP lies. She tripled down, again, on the harvesting baby parts nonsense.
The two stand-up comediennes, Whoopi and Joy, tried to get her to lighten up, but when you have a heart made out of stone, that is impossible. She loves to smile and laugh, but when the candidate is constantly conjuring up lies about abortion, and incessantly talking smack about Hillary Clinton, it's hard to do two things at once. Joy tried to get her to recognize that comics will always make fun of politicians. Rehashing Fiorina's last appearance,
Co-host Joy Behar was visibly upset that her comments about Fiorina's face were offensive to the female Republican presidential candidate.
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"I don't get why any candidate is exempt from my comedic jokes," Behar remarked.
Ultimately, the interview ended with a lot of tension when she claimed that The View received ample publicity from their recent feud. She was the only one spinning it that way, as all the hosts vehemently disagreed with her false assertion and explained that they did not make one promo based on the conflict. The last dig she tried to get in was that,
"Conservative women are held to a different standard than liberal women."
This is merely another lie that her insane political party attempts to propagate, feebly at best.