Joy Behar: “Idiot,” “Racist” Sen. Ron Johnson Is Afraid Of “Fictitious” Antifa But Not Capitol Rioters

ABC’s “The View” host Joy Behar commented Tuesday on Sen. Ron Johnson was an “idiot” who doesn’t even need a dog-whistle for his racism for saying that he was not afraid for his life during the January 6 “Capitol siege,” while he is “scared of this fictitious idea of Antifa, a thing that doesn’t even exist.”

“He needs to go. He needs to go, and soon,” she said.

JOY BEHAR: He’s right out there with his racism. There is no dog whistle for him.

It’s like, “I’m a racist. Have a nice day.”

You know what I mean? It’s funny. When I was watching this, it was so aggravating to listen to this idiot. I mean, he and I are very different.

I’ll tell you this right now.

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 these people. He’s scared of this fictitious idea of antifa, a thing that doesn’t even exist. He needs to go. He needs to go, and soon.

Hat tip: Tristan Justice at “The Federalist”

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