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“The View” Co-Host Joy Behar Takes Joke Too Far, Threatens Fox News Host Jesse Watters

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Behar's Controversial Comment

During a recent episode of "The View," co-host Joy Behar made a comment that may have crossed a line. While defending LGBT-inflected holiday merchandise at Target, she suggested using a nutcracker to commit physical violence against a specific part of Fox News host Jesse Watters' anatomy.

Watters Responds

Jesse Watters, who had previously criticized the products and the woke agenda behind them on his show "Jesse Watters Primetime," heard Behar's implied threat. He jokingly commented that a report and possibly even a restraining order would be filed against Behar.

Threats and Attacks

During the segment, the co-hosts not only threatened Watters but also slammed Fox News, Republicans, Christians, and House Speaker Mike Johnson. It's surprising that a discussion about a tacky holiday toy managed to include so many targets for their disdain.

Watters' Response

Watters acknowledged that people have the right to buy and sell the "pride" nutcracker, and he has the right to voice his opinions about it. However, the ladies of "The View" didn't think he had that right. He humorously stated, "They threatened to crack my nuts," and even made a punchline about confiscating Joy's nutcrackers under New York's red flag law.

The Real Sick Joke

While Behar claimed that the "pride" nutcracker has nothing to do with sex, many argue that the colors and symbols associated with pride are an assertive display of degenerate sexuality. Target's decision to impose LGBT content onto a Christian holiday icon has received backlash, and it's anticipated that the company may have a dismal Christmas season due to boycotts.

What Christmas is Really About

Pride, traditionally known as one of the seven deadly sins, is not what Christmas is truly about. As we approach the holiday season, it's important to remember the value of humility. While Watters continues to spar against the establishment media, humility is something we could all use more of this Christmas.

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