Feminism, ‘The View’-style: Michelle Collins, Joy Behar mock Fiorina’s face

Carly Fiorina CNBC debate

The great thing about modern “feminists” with a microphone is that they regularly discredit their own brand of feminism. Take the women of “The View,” for instance. They spent Thursday cackling with each other over the face of Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina.

Collins: She looked demented! Her mouth did not downturn one time.  **audience claps and laughs**

Behar: I wish it was a Halloween mask. I’d love that.

Let us flashback to Sept. 10, when they got up on a moral pedestal to lecture Donald Trump for doing the same thing.

Behar: “You talked about Carly Fiorina in Rolling Stone magazine, and you said, “Look at that face. Would anyone vote for that? Can you imagine that, the face of our next president? Are you making fun of her looks, Donald? Because I know you don’t like it…”

Trump: “Not at all, no. I’m talking about the persona, Joy. …”

Behar: “Then why don’t you talk about her brains instead of her face?” **audience claps**

It is interesting how that works: When the (liberal) women of “The View” lecture a man on disparaging a woman’s physical appearance, they are applauded. When the (liberal) women of “The View” say mean and disgusting things about a woman’s physical appearance, they are applauded.


Here’s a pop quiz: Do you know who treats women the worst in America?

Answer: Other women.

It is highly ironic watching Joy Behar — caked with 10 pounds of makeup to look her best — say Carly Fiorina’s face looks like a Halloween mask. If you put a mole on Joy’s nose and a broom between her legs, would she look like a witch? You decide.

Joy Behar

Here we have Michelle Collins — after professional makeup artists got her ready for television. What would she look like without makeup? Use your imagination.

Michelle Collins

Finally, we have Whoopi Goldberg of “rape-rape” infamy.

Whoopi Goldberg

These “feminists” do not care about treating women right as much as they care about getting congratulated for whatever they say and do.

When they tear down another woman — they want to cheered. When they chastise a man for tearing down another woman — they wanted to be cheered. They have zero moral authority, and should be relentlessly called out on their hypocrisy every time it rears its ugly head.

Barack Obama: The Hollywood Squares President

President Barack Obama has mistaken his job as Commander in Chief with that of a game show host for Hollywood Squares, where contestants use celebrities as tic-tac-toe pieces to win prizes. While his list of  ties to the entertainment industry is long and well documented, last month demonstrated more so than usual just how misplaced this administration’s priorities are. President (and former Hollywood actor) Ronald Reagan had the Kremlin on line one. In 2012, indicators suggest Mr. Obama reserves that spot for whoever is on the latest cover of Entertainment Weekly Magazine.

Only days into the new year, details finally emerged of a 2009 Alice in Wonderland party in the State Dining Room. Director Tim Burton played pricy interior decorator, and Johnny Depp in full Mad Hatter regalia breathed life into the affair. Perhaps no one told the president that if you have to try and keep a lid on the opulence of a party it’s probably too expensive to hold to begin with.

In January, Mr. Obama also took time out of his schedule to write TV star, singer and Hollywood darling Zooey Deschanel a personal birthday card. Voters didn’t need to wonder why for long, because it turns out that the Obama campaign has an extensive “wish list” of Hollywood supporters he’s eying to help carry him over the finish line. George Clooney, Michael Moore, Ben Affleck, Whoopi Goldberg, and Jay-Z are just a few of the pieces Mr. Obama would like to have back on his Campaign 2012 tic-tac-toe board.

Presidential game show hosts also need money, and the month ended with news that Will Ferrell would be throwing a fundraiser for the president in Los Angeles. The cost for admission? Roughly $36,000, the kind of chump change “the 99%” might find in their couch cushions during Spring cleaning—if by 99% you mean Bruce Springsteen.

Many commentators have asked if the president really believed his own State of the Union rhetoric when he said, “The state of our union is getting stronger.” The answer is yes, because that’s what happens when you spend too much time with people who live in the land of make-believe. The world’s dictators and despots are playing global chess while the leader of the free world is playing Hollywood Squares with Will Ferrell. If the Obama administration had a genre it wouldn’t be comedy. In fact, it’s a tragedy.

Exploring the Cosmic Nexus of Outspoken Liberal Actors and REALLY Bad Movies.

It’s interesting that the folks at hotair have allowed the upcoming Marmaduke movie into the mix of  a “worst movie ever” debate. Why, it was only weeks ago that I facetiously mentioned Whoopi Goldberg’s Theodore Rex non-Oscar nod as one of the reasons I wasn’t inclined to watch the telecast. I think that has to be in the top ten, for sure.

But what wasn’t mentioned in Allah’s post was the casting of George If I insult you in Spanish it’s okay, if you insult my lackluster career in English you’re a racist” Lopez. Or was that George “If you’re liberal, just sit on the couch with the ladies of The View and they’ll laugh at anything you say” Lopez? Regardless, I wonder if it’s worth exploring the kind of weird cosmic nexus between some of the worst movies ever made and liberal critics of conservative commentators.

Behar to Lopez: How does it feel to be part of the club that will always have a job, regardless of past career choices, simply because we're able to screech liberal epithets with panache?

It’s always struck me as interesting how members of the entertainment community with embarrassing career track records marred with cinematic skid marks have the gall to question anyone’s judgement. If Sarah Palin became a Hollywood producer tomorrow and suggested George Lopez play a cat in California named “Carlos” with an over-the-top hispanic accent (who would get batted around by a character voiced by the lilly white Owen Wilson), I’m sure he would throw a fit. Jennifer Lopez would probably have something to say and, if we were lucky, John I speak Spanish too, but I was only relegated to saying “Obama” while mugging for the camera” Leguizamo would have an opportunity to unleash some (manufactured) self-righteous anger. Although, these days, we don’t see very much of John… Perhaps work just doesn’t come around as often with The Pest on the old resume?

It’s okay John, just wait until the next Republican president comes around, sound off in an incoherent Youtube video worthy enough to get airtime with Keith Olbermann, and you’ll have a job in no time.

Will you take me, John Leguizamo, more seriously if I appear in a Spanish-language television spot and only say, "Obama"? Please? I need a job.