Joy Behar Claims Antifa Is ‘Not A Real Thing’ – Gets Shut Down By Meghan McCain

After Behar claimed that the radically liberal group Antifa is a “fictitious idea” and “not a real thing,” but it didn’t end well for her.

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On Monday’s episode of the ABC talk show “The View,” co-host Joy Behar attempted to persuade the public that Antifa is a “fictitious idea” and “not a real thing.”

She claimed this as the panel discussed Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) saying that he would have been worried if the January 6 Capitol riot was filled with members of Antifa and Black Lives Matter, instead of Donald Trump supporters.

Behar said:

“If I was surrounded by people carrying weapons, people erecting nooses, screaming ‘hang Mike Pence,’ bludgeoning a police officer to death, I might be a little scared. But Ron? No, he’s not scared of those people, he’s scared of this fictitious idea of Antifa. A thing that doesn’t even exist.”

At this moment, conservative co-host Meghan McCain fired back, explaining that this claim that Antifa doesn’t exist is “factually inaccurate and a lie”:

“What separates Antifa is their willingness to use violence. I have very good friends who have been reporting on Antifa for months, and months, and months. We can say Ron Johnson is an absolute moron, we can say that not all activism is violent, but the idea that Antifa doesn’t exist is just factually inaccurate and wrong and a lie.”

Yet, this reply enraged Behar:

 “I just want to clarify that Christopher Wray who was the FBI director says that Antifa is an ideology, not an organization. There is no sign that they were involved in the Capitol siege, let’s be clear.”

McCain responded:

“I’m not saying they were involved in the Capitol siege, I’m saying they exist.”

Behar continued:

 “That’s all, I’m done,” at which time McCain said:

 “You said it was a fantasy. You said Antifa doesn’t exist and it’s a fantasy.”

Before the program cut to a commercial break, Behar added:

“It’s an idea, it’s not a real thing.”

Moderator Whoopi Goldberg failed to calm the ladies down, as they continued to argue as the show’s outro music played.

Behar maintained:

“It’s an idea! It’s not a real thing!”

“No, it’s not!” disagreed McCain, her mic fading out as the show’s virtual audience began clapping.

“No, it’s not!”

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