Joy Behar, co-host on ABC’s “The View,” vowed to wear a face mask “indefinitely” because of COVID-19, but she has broken that commitment.
“Personally, I listen to the tiny voice in my brain that doesn’t always follow what they tell me because they keep changing it,” She mentioned the CDC’s altered masking rules on her show.
“So like, a very short time ago they were saying put the N95 masks on, make sure it’s on, and now they’re saying you don’t have to wear them anymore. So if I go on the subway, if I go in a bus, if I go into the theater, if I go into, where else would I go? A crowded place, I would wear a mask, and I might do that indefinitely,” said the host.
“Because why do I need the flu or a cold even?” she said. “And so I’m listening to myself right now. I mean, I don’t think it’s a hundred percent safe yet.”
Dr. Laura Wright cited mortality data to suggest that parents should make their own decisions about whether or not their children should wear masks.
The Post Millennial’s editor-in-chief Libby Emmons, on the other hand, snapped the host sans a mask in a New York City restaurant and shared the photo on Twitter.
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“Joy Behar said she was going to mask in public places ‘indefinitely’ because it’s just not safe. Except for last night out at this restaurant, apparently,” On Friday, she stated. “I hear that she also walked out of the restaurant unmasked, though her companions dutifully donned theirs.”
“The View,” has recently been the source of much debate, particularly with co-host Whoopi Goldberg.
Whoopi Goldberg is reportedly “furious” over her two-week ban from ABC’s “The View” owing to her divisive remarks regarding the Holocaust.
According to ABC News President Kim Godwin, Goldberg would be suspended for “her erroneous and disrespectful remarks” on the Holocaust, in which she asserted that the Holocaust was “not about race.”