The View Co-host Joy Behar showed her true colors on The View yesterday and they are not attractive. She showed her selfish nature to the world by actually whining on national television about how she may miss her trip to Italy because Putin is slaughtering innocent Ukrainians.
Russia has launched a massive invasion of Ukraine. Civilians have been targeted by Russian bombs but Joy is worried about her trip to Itay? She would have fit right in next to Hanoi Jane Fonda.
Ukrainian forces did launch counter-offensives and managed to retake a key airport outside Kyiv. Most military experts predict Russia will retake the airport and dominate in open combat driving the Ukraine army underground. If they fight an insurgent war Putin may very well come to regret his move.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to stop the attacks on his country and to return to the negotiating table.
“Fighting is ongoing all over Ukraine. Let’s sit at the table for negotiations to stop people dying,” Zelenskyy said.
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“It’s not just the Russian invasion in Ukraine, it’s the beginning of the war against all Europe, against its unity, all human rights, against all the rules of coexistence on the continent, against European countries’ refusal to change the borders by force,” he added.
On the View co-host Sunny Hostin seemed heartbroken about the situation in Ukraine saying:
“5 million people are going to be displaced. I mean it is heartbreaking to hear what is going to happen.”
Enter Joy Behar. With the most selfish, tone-deaf comment yet. Joy said:
“Well, I am scared of what’s gonna happen in western Europe. You plan a trip there, you want to go there.
“I want to go to Italy for four years and I haven’t been able to make it because of the pandemic and now this. What is gonna happen there.”
ABC News’ team in Kyiv saw a large explosion and heard intense gunfire in the distance early Friday afternoon.
The crackles of gunfire appeared to be several miles north of the center of the Ukrainian capital, but still well within the city limits.
Ukrainian authorities have told residents in the northern suburb of Obolon to take shelter and prepare for imminent military action. The area is a 10-minute drive from Kyiv’s center.
The capital remains on edge as Russian forces draw near. Earlier, Ukrainian troops were seen hurriedly moving with ammunition to set up positions in the city center as air-raid sirens rang out.
Thousands of people have tried to leave Kyiv and head west to the Polish border, with some spending hours stuck in long traffic jams.
The Ukrainian military said it has distributed 18,000 assault rifles to territorial defense volunteers in the capital. It has also begun handing out weapons to civilians who want to fight and has called on healthy men over the age 60 to join the defense force, if they wish.
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