‘The View’ Co-Host Alyssa Farah Griffin Says ‘Far-Left’ Has Sent Her Death Threats

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Nicole Silverio Media Reporter
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“The View” co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin said Tuesday that she has received death threats and harsh criticism from the “far-left” for working in former President Donald Trump’s administration.

The show’s panel criticized conservatives for their alleged “conspiracy theories” about the October attack on Paul Pelosi. Co-hosts Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin smeared Republicans for allegedly not doing anything about political violence and domestic terrorism.

Griffin pushed back, arguing that the far-left has also made violent and hateful threats toward her for previously serving as the Trump-era White House director of strategic communications.

“Can I say real quick as the Republican, I got a lot of folks on the far-left who said ‘she [Griffin] should never be able to sit in a restaurant again, she should never be able to have a meal in peace, she should never work again.’ We’ve all gotten death threats because of our politics … because I once worked for Trump, even though I’ve evolved, I’ve grown and I’ve apologized for things. This takes us both to the extremes,” Griffin said.

She called for the two sides to find “common ground” in order to stand up against political violence. Behar argued that Republicans need to stand up and condemn Trump and Republican Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s “mentally ill” comments. (RELATED: Sparks Fly On ‘The View’ When Former Trump Official Alyssa Farah Griffin Defends Republicans)

Griffin resigned from her role in the Trump White House following the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot and has since been critical of her former boss. She has repeatedly stated that he should never again become president because of his alleged incitement of the riot, and has frequently clashed with her own party on a variety of issues.

She criticized the “far-left” in November for their negative rhetoric against the Republican Party, leading to a spat with Hostin, who claimed there “is no far-left.”