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Whoopi Goldberg defends Creepy Joe Biden (of course); doesn’t want him to change his ways

From Yahoo (via HuffPo): Whoopi Goldberg defended former Vice President Joe Biden following an allegation that he inappropriately touched and kissed a former Nevada assemblywoman, saying she doesn’t want the likely 2020 Democratic presidential candidate to change his behavior.

Goldberg, a co-host on ‘The View,’ was irked when colleague Sunny Hostin predicted during Monday’s program that Biden would curb his tactile tendencies with women after Lucy Flores said she felt uncomfortable when Biden placed his hands on her shoulders, smelled her hair and kissing the back of her head at a 2014 campaign event. Flores was the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor in Nevada and Biden was appearing on her behalf.

“I don’t know that we will see any more smelling of hair and kisses on the forehead,” Hostin said of the controversy, eliciting a strong rebuke from Goldberg.

“That pisses me off,” she said. “I don’t want Joe to stop doing that.”

Meghan McCain, another “View” co-host and daughter of the late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), agreed, suggesting Biden’s behavior was simply part of his brand.

“There’s a certain type of retail politician that loves people,” she said. “I would put Bill Clinton in that category, I would put my father in that category, I would certainly put Joe Biden in that category. When he came on this show, he was the only politician other than my father to go into the crowd and shake everyone’s hand.”

Bill Clinton…a “hands on kind of guy”

Goldberg also noted that Biden is known to be “a hands-on kind of guy,” which is evident from photos of his interpersonal interactions spanning years, some of which show him touching shoulders and at least one in which he is pictured holding a reporter’s waist.

“In the old days, we would call Joe ― some folks of a certain age would say he’s a little overly familiar,” Goldberg said.

Goldberg said that she took Flores’ account seriously. But she also argued that Flores, who lost the lieutenant governor’s race, should have directly told Biden to stop.

“My point is, I want women to get to the place where they can say, ‘Hey, you just made me uncomfortable.’ This idea that you have to tippy-toe away from this or you have to carry [it] ― you do not have to carry it. If someone makes you uncomfortable, tell them.

On Sunday, moments before Flores appeared on CNN to discuss the allegation that she first detailed in a New York magazine article published Friday, Biden released a statement saying he would “listen respectfully” to women alleging he had displayed inappropriate affection toward them but that it had never been his intention to do so.

He also said that “not once ― never ― did I believe I acted inappropriately.

During her CNN interview, Flores suggested that Biden’s comments indicate he lacks awareness of how women ought to be treated. She also said that her experience wasn’t the first time he crossed boundaries.

Biden’s defense of himself was bolstered on Sunday by Stephanie Carter, whose husband served as defense secretary during President Barack Obama’s second term in office. Biden, as vice president, attended the swearing-in ceremony for Ash Carter, and a widely circulated photo showed him resting his hands on her shoulders from behind and whispering into her ear.

Questions were raised at the time about Biden’s action. But in an essay in Medium, Stephanie Carter disputed that Biden had acted inappropriately. “The Joe Biden in my picture is a close friend helping someone get through a big day, for which I will always be grateful,” she wrote.

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Michael Avenatti: “All of my sexual fantasies involve handcuffs”

Starts at the :46 mark.

Avenatti then states that he’s always the one putting on the handcuffs.

You sure about that #Basta boy?

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The View’s Joy Behar cowardly avoids addressing her “blackface” costume

Inevitably ABC’s PR team will get around to creating a response for Joy. It’s her SOP.

From Fox News: ABC News’ “The View” co-host Joy Behar remained stone silent Thursday regarding old footage of her donned in blackface that was unearthed this week as similar images have caused outrage and derailed careers.

Behar did not address the situation during the first episode of “The View” to air after her controversial decades-old image caused an uproar on social media. ABC News did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Footage of Behar dressing up as a “beautiful African woman” was resurfaced by TheWrap media editor Jon Levine on Wednesday amid a series of blackface scandals making national headlines. The image of a 29-year-old Behar wearing makeup intended to darken her skin was aired on “The View” back in 2016 when the panel discussed the resurgence of naturally curly hair.

The co-hosts appeared surprised by her drastically different look. Raven-Symoné, a former co-host, asked a the time, “Joy, are you black?”

“I was so cute,” Behar said in the 2016 clip. “Joy… are you my auntie, Joy?” Raven-Symoné joked.

Behar then explained that the picture was taken at a Halloween party where she dressed up as a “beautiful African woman” and stressed that it was her actual hair. “Did you have tanning lotion on, Joy?” Raven-Symoné asked.

Behar responded by saying she wore makeup “that was a little bit darker than my skin.”

“I can’t really get too bothered at this blackface-lite costume because it was 1971 and people didn’t even know what microaggressions were. I’m more flabbergasted by her willingness to pull this photo out and proudly show the world as if it’s totally cool in the year 2016,” Jezebel’s Kara Brown wrote after the 2016 segment.

While the 2016 segment didn’t spark much outrage, NBC famously cut ties with Megyn Kelly last year for pondering aloud whether dressing in blackface for Halloween could be acceptable. Media watchdogs quickly hit Twitter to compare Behar’s situation to what ended Kelly’s time at the Peacock Network.

Last week, Virginia’s Democratic Governor Ralph Northam offered an apology after a photograph emerged on his medical school yearbook page that featured a man in blackface and another in a KKK robe. He reversed course the next day, claiming he wasn’t in that photo but did admit to wearing blackface when dressing up as Michael Jackson for a costume contest. Countless prominent politicians on both sides of the aisle have called for him to step down as a result.

Democratic Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, who had previously called on Northam to resign, released a statement Wednesday that he also wore blackface in college.

Late-night hosts Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon, who have both also worn blackface on comedy skits without backlash, have skirted the Virginia Democrats’ blackface scandals in their late-night monologues.

Read the whole story here.

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Tuesday Funnies!

. . . and political truth memes

H/t CSM and Maziel

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Libtards at The "Spew" try to analyze North Korea


I can’t take it either.
h/t Weasel Zippers
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Raven Symone: The US is in a 'World War' and Americans need to watch 'what's coming out of our mouths to fuel the fire'

Because everyone goes straight to The Spew for their comprehensive and intellectual international terrorism analysis.

Raven Symone

Raven Symone

Via Daily Mail: The women of The View discussed the devastating terror attacks that occurred in Brussels on the program Tuesday, and how they thought the presidential candidates responded to the bombings.
‘I’ve been saying this for a while – it’s not official for the government to obviously say – but we’re in a kind of a World War situation,’ said Raven Symone at the start of the show.  ‘It’s everywhere. And we need to definitely see what’s going on and what’s coming out of our mouths to fuel the fire.
The series of bombings in the Belgian capital – which occurred near the American Airlines terminal in the city’s airport and at a Metro station close to the headquarters of the European Union – have claimed the lives of at least 34 individuals. ISIS has since claimed responsibility for the attacks in a statement released through their Amaq news agency. 
Joy Behar, another intellect on The Spew...

Joy Behar, another intellect on The Spew…

Symone was joined by Joy Behar, Paula Faris and Sunny Hostin on the program Tuesday. Hostin spoke about the ISIS threat after Symone’s World War comment, saying; ‘We are not in a war with the Islamic faith but we are certainly in a war with terror. And I am tired of seeing this over and over again. When does it end and what do we do about it?
The four women then got into an exchange about good versus evil, with Behar saying it was not as simple as that when it comes to an attack like the one in Brussels. Symone then weighed in, saying; ‘But when does it come down to aren’t we all on this planet together and when are we going to realize this planet isn’t going to house us forever? We have to live here together. No matter how old you get you need to remember that fact. You have a problem let’s flush it out together instead of killing mass people.
Behar then said; ‘But when you’re suicidal you don’t care about that, and that’s the problem. People are willing to kill themselves, it’s very difficult to fight that.’
Hostin and Faris spoke about how much they appreciated Trump’s comments in the aftermath of the attacks, during which he called for the borders to be shut and Muslims in the United States to be kept under surveillance. The two women said that Hillary Clinton seemed muted in comparison, and that she was not as strong as Trump in her statements.
Symone shared her opinion of Trump and his comments with the women, saying; ‘You know me, I’ve been trying to watch [Trump]. I’m not a very big fan and I look at it and I go, you know he does not understand – I don’t know if it’s a real word, verbage – the verbiage that you use when you close the door to your house.  You say it with your family. You don’t say it on the other side of the door.’ She went on to say that he had a ‘crassness’ that has never been seen in a president before, and that is why she believes he has millions of supporters.
Responding to his comments about Muslims however Behar expressed her disregard for Trump, saying that in this country they have assimilated ‘tremendously.’ 
Symone said she believes what is happening to Muslims is similar to what happens to black people in America. ‘They’ll label just one black person and say the community is bad,’ said Symone. ‘We put stereotypes on people.’
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The View's Joy Behar says she'll vote for a rapist or killer if he's pro-abortion

Need any more evidence that pro-aborts are utterly amoral, spawn of the father of all lies?
Yesterday, Jan. 5, on the execrable ABC daytime talkshow The View, 73-year-old Joy Behar said that, regardless of what Bill Clinton and Ted Kennedy did to women — raping and drowning, respectively — she would still vote for them because they “vote in my favor” for “women’s rights,” which include the right to abort.
Behar was born Josephina Victoria Occhiuto in Brooklyn, New York, to an Italian Catholic family. Her mother was a seamstress, and her father was a truck driver for Coca-Cola.
Joy Behar
Scott Whitlock of NewsBusters has the transcript from the discussion in The View of Jan. 5, 2015, beginning at the 11:02 mark:

JOY BEHAR: Hillary is in a quandary in my opinion, because she’s talking about violence against women and sexual harassment and all that stuff and her husband has a checkered past to put it mildly, so she is in a bind.
WHOOPI GOLDBERG: He’s not perpetrated violence against women.
BEHAR: There are accusations.
GOLDBERG: That’s right. Accusations.
PAULA FARIS: There are accusations but there are three women that claim that he did things to them that they didn’t want. One of them is Paula Jones.
BEHAR: Remember her?
FARIS: Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey. They say that he either exposed himself to them, raped them or groped them. These are three accusations.
RAVEN-SYMONE: This has nothing to do with Hillary Clinton. It has nothing to do with that.
GOLDBERG: No, it doesn’t.
FARIS: He has denied all of those.
BEHAR: It puts her in a bind. On the other hand, it’s her policies that really matter. Like, Republicans have voted against the Violence Against Women Act. Now, that to me, is more important than anything that Bill Clinton did or didn’t do because it’s what she’s going to vote for, how she’s going to lead the country that matters more than that. On the other hand, he is a dog. Let’s face it.

BEHAR: People have to understand, it’s policy. Teddy Kennedy. Remember Chappaquiddick? Am I the oldest person in the room? Chappaquiddick.  I mean, a girl drowns and he abandons her and she drowned and women still voted for Teddy Kennedy. Why? Because he voted for women’s rights. That’s why. That’s the bottom line of it in my opinion. I mean, I don’t like either one of them, to tell you the truth, Teddy or Bill. They’re both dogs as far as I’m concerned. But I still will vote for Bill Clinton because he votes in my favor.

In other words, Joy Behar knows full well and publicly acknowledges that:

  • Ted Kennedy abandoned Mary Jo Kopechne, 28, to drown in Chappaquiddick.
  • Bill Clinton could well have sexually abused and raped Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, and other women.

But Joy Behar will still vote for them — or their proxy, Hillary Clinton — because they are for “women’s rights”.
That’s called a Faustian bargain, otherwise known as a pact with the Devil.
pact with the devil
Of course, Behar somehow missed the memo that the victims of Ted Kennedy and Bill Clinton are all women, not to mention the fact that the girl babies who are aborted never have the chance to grow up to be women like Behar and her View co-hosts. What about their rights?
Has the thought ever occurred to Joy Behar, née Josephina Victoria Occhiuto, that her humble seamstress mother, Rose, could have aborted little Josephina? — and so spared the world of an aging harridan who misuses the public platform afforded by The View to promote the killing of innocent human beings.
To paraphrase Matthew 26:24:

“but woe to that woman by whom The Son of Man is betrayed; it would have been better for that woman if she had never been born.”

H/t FOTM‘s MomOfIV
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1995 Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh was a Muslim sympathizer

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The popular image of 1995 Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh is that of a twisted “patriot” out to avenge government actions at Waco and Ruby Ridge. This is what Wikipedia says about McVeigh:

McVeigh, a Persian Gulf War veteran, sought revenge against the federal government for its handling of the Waco Siege, which ended in the deaths of 76 people exactly two years before the bombing, as well as for the Ruby Ridge incident in 1992. McVeigh hoped to inspire a revolt against what he considered to be a tyrannical federal government.

From the beginning, the media had portrayed McVeigh and co-conspirator Terry Nichols as extremist, “right-wing,” Christian nut-cases. Just recently, on ABC’s The View on November 17, co-host Joy Behar called Americans unChristian for objecting to Obama’s program of bringing unvetted Muslim “refugees” to the United States. Behar then implied that Syrian Christian refugees are dangerous because “Timothy McVeigh was a Christian.” (See “Whoopi Goldberg, the woman who named herself after farting, says Christians are just as dangerous as Muslims“)

Joy Behar

Joy Behar


But The Federalist points out that McVeigh wasn’t a Christian — he identified himself as an agnostic. Though raised as a Roman Catholic, McVeigh stated in his 2002 biography American Terrorist that he did not believe in a hell and that science was his religion. In June 2001, a day before the execution, McVeigh wrote a letter to the Buffalo News identifying himself as agnostic.
More than that, McVeigh was a Muslim sympathizer.
In her bestseller, The Third Terrorist, investigative journalist Jayna Davis presents the evidence showing that Timothy McVeigh was a front man for Middle Eastern terrorists, and that a third co-conspirator was an Iraqi — the mysterious “John Doe” who was never found. Davis says the evidence was ignored and dismissed because the Clinton Administration didn’t want to go to war with Iraq, the likely culprit, and wanted to blame the attack on domestic right-wingers for political reasons.  
Roger Aronoff of Accuracy in Media writes:

Davis makes a convincing case that in fact McVeigh “was a handpicked dupe, set up to take the fall in order to save his Islamic collaborators from prosecution.” She documents that he had expressed a desire to be a mercenary for Middle Eastern terrorists, and that the trail of evidence that both he and his accomplice Terry Nichols left behind points in the direction of an Arab/Muslim connection to the attack.

In her book, Davis details sworn affidavits from very credible witnesses who link McVeigh and Nichols to former Iraqi soldiers in the U.S. who were anti-American infiltrators wanting revenge on America’s Middle East policy. For that, Davis said she was called a racist:

“I’m an NBC affiliated reporter, I was from the mainstream media, but I was branded a racist, and politically incorrect, because I was pursuing legitimate leads and evidence that led to foreign involvement in the Oklahoma City bombing,” she said. “So by virtue of securing his [1996] White House bid by blaming right-wing rhetoric for inciting Timothy McVeigh, Bill Clinton was able to seal the case. That was it. It was domestic, home-grown terrorism. And now, fifteen years later, he comes out with the temerity and absolute audacity to try to compare these Tea Party conservatives with [McVeigh] a bloodthirsty terrorist. I mean, nothing could be further from the truth. “

In a 1,200-word essay dated March 1998, from the federal maximum-security prison at Florence, Colorado, McVeigh claimed that the Oklahoma City bombing was “morally equivalent” to U.S. military actions against Iraq and other foreign countries. The essay marked the first time that McVeigh publicly discussed the Oklahoma City bombing. He wrote:

The administration has said that Iraq has no right to stockpile chemical or biological weapons (“weapons of mass destruction”) — mainly because they have used them in the past.
Well, if that’s the standard by which these matters are decided, then the U.S. is the nation that set the precedent. The U.S. has stockpiled these same weapons (and more) for over 40 years….
Remember Dresden? How about Hanoi? Tripoli? Baghdad? What about the big ones — Hiroshima and Nagasaki? (At these two locations, the U.S. killed at least 150,000 non-combatants — mostly women and children — in the blink of an eye. Thousands more took hours, days, weeks or months to die).
If Saddam is such a demon, and people are calling for war crimes charges and trials against him and his nation, why do we not hear the same cry for blood directed at those responsible for even greater amounts of “mass destruction” — like those responsible and involved in dropping bombs on the cities mentioned above?
The truth is, the U.S. has set the standard when it comes to the stockpiling and use of weapons of mass destruction.

Four years after his conviction, McVeigh was executed by lethal injection on June 11, 2001.
Jayna Davis’s book has received the endorsement of, among other authorities:

  • Former CIA director Jim Woolsey.
  • David Schippers, former congressional investigator and a seasoned prosecutor responsible for prosecuting the impeachment trial of Bill Clinton.
  • Larry Johnson, a former deputy director of the State Department’s Office of Counter Terrorism. According to the Wall Street Journal, Johnson said, “Looking at the Jayna Davis material, what’s clear is that more than Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols were involved. Without a doubt, there’s a Middle Eastern tie to the Oklahoma City bombing.”

This is what Jayna Davis said about the official and media version of the Oklahoma City bombing:

“Here’s where I think it, it lies: It’s going to have to be the peasants with the pitchforks. These people are going to have to rise up, just like the Tea Party movement is angry about Washington policies that affect their pocketbooks and the future of their children and the national deficit. They’re going to have to rise up and demand that this record is corrected.”

Otherwise, the liberal left will continue to use their version of Oklahoma City to smear anybody critical of their control of the federal government. Davis said:

“They’re going to continue to label anybody who carries a placard or raises a voice of dissent in a peaceful protest as a ‘Tim McVeigh wannabe.’  And until The Third Terrorist, and this evidence embodied in my book, is actually proven, prosecuted, and validated in a courtroom setting, the label of ‘Tim McVeigh wannabe’ is going to continue to be attached to God-fearing Americans who dare to step forward and question and hold to account their elected officials.
My belief is, the best way to get this into a courtroom, and to finally seek justice for the slain of April 19th, 1995, is to pressure the District Attorney of Oklahoma County, who single-handedly holds the legal power to go out and arrest these Arab suspects and put them on trial. He does not need the permission of the federal government. He can act single-handedly, either put it before a grand jury and issue an indictment, or he can just issue arrest warrants based on the evidence and talk to the witnesses.”

According to the Wall Street Journal, the court did not grant McVeigh’s attorney Stephen Jones’s request to comb through U.S. intelligence files in search of an Iraq connection to the Oklahoma City bombing. For his part, when he sentenced McVeigh to death, U.S. District Judge Richard Matsch said, “It would be disappointing to me if the law enforcement agencies of the United States government have quit looking for answers.”
AIM’s Roger Aronoff asked readers to phone Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater at (405) 713-1600 or here, and ask respectfully that he act on the evidence presented by Jayna Davis.
That was in April 2010, more than 5 years ago.
H/t John Molloy
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Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar call Carly Fiorina ugly

Doug Giles for Clash Daily, Nov. 8, 2015:

After the last GOP debate, the “women” of The View pulled out their dragon-nails and said that Carly Fiorina looked “demented” and her face was worthy of a Halloween mask. […]
What’s up, girls?
I thought you dames prided yourselves in being in the feminist business of sticking up for the ladies?  Did I miss something?  Have the rules now changed and we can all, once again, go bare-knuckles and say whatever comes to mind about whomever and not give a flying rat’s backside how crude, rude and socially unacceptable it is? […]
Not that I’m a big fan of The View, but I never remember you dudes saying anything nasty about the ubiquitous, homely ladies on the Left.  I’ve never heard them say that Hillary looks like Jeff Daniels in drag. Also, I’ve never heard them bet over who has more body hair: Michelle Obama or Justin Bieber. But, OMG … will they go off on Carly, or Sarah Palin or any of our other conservative politicians who sport lady body-parts.
Y’know, I would get the hens of The View going for the personal digs on accomplished conservative women if the show were called The Spew and the hosts were vapid, red-hot, teen-aged, supermodels, who’re more shallow than Perez Hilton and didn’t posit themselves as erudite sages regarding all things political.  But they aren’t and they don’t and ergo, I think for them to play dirty pool with our girls is both dirty and duplicitous.
Lastly, and please forgive me, but who the heck are Whoopi and Joy Behar to rip on any lady’s looks?  Do Goldberg and her hunter-orange-headed, unfunny friend not have any mirrors?  Good Lawd, girls. Talk about the putz calling kettle black.

Let’s compare looks, shall we?
This is Carly Fiorina, 61:
Carly Fiorina
This is Joy Behar, 73, after Botox and a face lift:
Joy Behar
And here’s Whoopi Goldberg, age 59 or more likely 66 (according to a 1984 New York Times article), a high school drop out who changed her name from Caryn Elaine Johnson to Whoopi because of her flatulence (“If you get a little gassy, you’ve got to let it go. So people used to say to me, ‘You’re like a whoopee cushion.’ And that’s where the name came from.”):
Whoopi Goldberg
I’m still incredulous that, as Wikipedia delicately put it, Whoopi “was romantically linked with actors Frank Langella, Timothy Dalton, and, most famously, Ted Danson” — all white men. Hmm.
Translated into plainer English, that means Langella, Dalton and Danson actually fornicated Whoopi. Liberalism truly is a mental illness.
Carly Fiorina’s face is a Halloween mask?
Behar and Whoopi “fart” Goldberg really should look into a mirror.
~Eowyn

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'The View' Loses Three More Sponsors After Nurse Remarks

Couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of womyn.

Behar (l) and Collins (r)

Behar (l) and Collins (r)


Ace Show Biz: More companies have cut ties with “The View” after the show landed in hot water due to its co-hosts’ controversial nurse remarks. Snuggle, Party City and McCormick have joined Johnson & Johnson and Eggland’s Best to pull their ads from the ABC talk show.
The three companies announced their withdrawals on their respective Facebook pages. Snuggle explained that the placement of its ads was not an endorsement of the program, but merely based on a timeslot.
“As a supporter of nurses, we disagree with the comments made on daytime television and have paused our advertising for that program,” the company added. “Please join us in thanking and celebrating nurses for the critical role they play in our healthcare system.”
Party City wrote, “In response to recent comments made on ‘The View,’ Party City has decided to pause its advertising accordingly.” McCormick additionally stated, “Thank you for expressing your concerns. Like you, we also value and admire nurses, so we have paused advertising on the daytime television show in question.
“The View” generated public outrage after Joy Behar and Michelle Collins mocked Miss Colorado Kelley Johnson’s nurse monologue at the Miss America pageant. “The talent, though, I have to say, the woman who sang opera, and she was incredible. Really good,” Collins said at the time. “But then there was a girl who wrote her own monologue… She came out in a nurse’s uniform and basically read her emails out loud and shockingly did not win … it was hilarious.” Behar chimed in, “Why does she have a doctor’s stethoscope on?”
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The two co-hosts later apologized on the show. Collins said, “I, for all of us, want to say we love nurses. Nurses, if you’re watching, we adore you, we respect you.” Behar admitted that she was “just not paying attention,” and thought Johnson might have just been in “costume.”
THE VIEW - "The View" invited dedicated professionals from NYU College of Nursing to share firsthand what these hard working nurses do on a daily basis today, Friday, September 18, 2015. "The View" airs Monday-Friday (11:00 am-12:00 pm, ET) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/Lorenzo Bevilaqua) NURSES FROM NYU COLLEGE OF NURSING, RAVEN-SYMONE´, MICHELLE COLLINS, JOY BEHAR, DIRECTOR OF SIMULATION LEARNING, KELLIE BRYANT, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR LARRY SLATER, PAULA FARIS

Trying to make amends…


Trying to show how sincere they were with their apology, the show honored nurses by inviting a group of nurses on the show Friday, September 18. Behar said, “After we made comments about the Miss America broadcast and the talent performance by Miss Colorado, we heard from many of you. You let us know you were offended by some of our comments and believe me, we were listening. We apologize for our remarks and we know how important nurses are.
She added, “But we didn’t want to leave it at that. So we have invited the dedicated professionals from NYU College of Nursing to share firsthand what these hard-working nurses do on a daily basis.”
Collins admitted that she “learned a lot this week” and didn’t previously “understand the challenges facing nurses.” She added, “Hopefully, by focusing on this today, we can help better understand and recognize the critical role that nurses play in caring for others and making such a big difference.” Behar then declared, “Thank you nurses. Thank you all very much.”
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