‘The Moving Vans Are Warming Up’: Joy Behar Says It Won’t Matter What Trump Says, ‘He’s Out’


Virginia Kruta Associate Editor
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Joy Behar said Wednesday that it no longer mattered what President Donald Trump did or said about the 2020 election, brushing it all off as “propaganda.”

Behar made the comments during a segment of ABC’s “The View,” saying that it was all over anyway. “Like Ana says, the moving vans are warming up, you know, he’s out.” (RELATED: ‘You Embarrassing Quack’: Joy Behar Calls Dr. Scott Atlas A ‘Menace To Society’)


The segment began with a conversation about recently-fired cybersecurity expert Christopher Krebs, who said that the 2020 election was secure.

“Now you-know-who is celebrating his last months in office. He even fired his own cybersecurity chief that determined that this election was the most secure in American history,” Whoopi Goldberg began. “So what kind of — what kind of — what is he doing? What is the strategy? Does anybody understand what’s happening?”

“No, because I don’t — I don’t — I don’t understand crazy. I don’t understand desperation,” Ana Navarro replied. “It is so shameful. I mean, I keep thinking, you know, children are going to study this in history in 50 years or they’re going to talk about the crazy man, and all the cowards who enabled him. It is, I mean, it is not an exit strategy. It’s just — like I said from day one, president loco came in loco, goes out loco.”

Goldberg turned the question to Behar then, asking what the takeaway was for her.

“It’s interesting because some people are saying that democracy may not survive this administration, but I don’t know,” she said. “Like Ana says, the moving vans are warming up, you know, he’s out. All this is just a bunch of baloney, all this propaganda right now. I mean, Rudy Giuliani is making $20,000 a day to defend nothing, basically.”

Behar concluded by saying that at the end of the day there would be winners and losers, and the winners would be the people like Krebs who stood against Trump even if it meant that their jobs would be threatened. “It’ll be over soon,” she said.