'The View' Calls Out Republicans For Only Caring About 'Making Biden Look Bad'
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'The View' Calls Out Republicans For Only Caring About 'Making Biden Look Bad'

This The View host has had enough of Republicans' obstruction in Congress.

Decider reports that Monday's episode of The View, Behar said how Republicans are stalling when it comes to helping Americans, all for the sake of making President Joe Biden look ineffective. Behar's angry came as the panel was talking about how 192 Republicans voted against reducing the baby formula shortage.

Goldberg started the conversation, saying, "The next time you want to talk about young lives--babies' lives--get with the program! You stopped this from happening!"

Behar said that Republicans will “vote against the best interests of their constituents and against babies, in this case.”

“All they really care about is making Biden look bad. That seems to be their M.O.,” she continued.

Behar also described the slogan "own the libs" is petty, saying, "It's like a vincitive stance. Instead of trying to make things better, they like making it worse so that Biden looks bad." She also said that current inflation of gasoline prices can't be blamed on Biden.

“The gasoline is a worldwide problem,” she said. “Yes, it’s $5, $6 here–it’s like $11, $12 in Europe. So you cannot blame the president for every single thing, and yet they will do that.”

The View has been taking Republicans to task lately for stalling on important reform, such as gun reform, and on other policies that could help Americans. Most of the audience agrees with the panel, but it seems like Republicans aren’t watching the same program.

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