Joy Behar Claims Antifa Doesn’t Exist

( Remember the 2020 riots that shook Washington, D.C., Portland, Kenosha, New York City, and beyond? Well, Joy Behar, co-host of “The View,” seems to think that Antifa – who prompted much of the rioting – is just a fictitious idea and doesn’t really exist.

On Monday’s shows, Behar dismissed Antifa entirely, claiming that it is a “fictitious group” despite roughly $2 billion in damage being caused by Antifa and Black Lives Matter riots over the last year.

The shocking and wildly inaccurate suggestion came in response to comments from Republican Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson who said that he would have been afraid of the Capitol Hill rioters if they had been associated with Black Lives Matter or Antifa.

Behar’s response?

She ignored the fact that people have been shot in cold blood for supporting President Trump, and said that FBI Director Christopher Wray called Antifa an ideology and not an organization.

Then, she said that Johnson fears something that isn’t even real.

If Wray told Joy Behar that President Trump was an alien, would she believe that, too?

In August last year, a Trump supporter was shot dead in the streets of Portland after the shooter identified him in the street. The shooter was a 48-year-old Antifa protester who later took his own life after admitting the murder.

Meghan McCain, the sort-of Republican who couldn’t get over President Donald Trump and her father not getting along, attempted to tell Behar she was wrong.

McCain told Behar that she has good friends who have been reporting on Antifa and even hurt by Antifa.

“We can say Ron Johnson’s an absolute moron,” she said. “But the idea that Antifa doesn’t exist is just factually inaccurate and a lie.”

But Behar just wouldn’t accept it.

How much violence does there need to be before Democrats accept that Antifa exists?