Maher Embarrasses Hostin With the FACTS of Hamas’s Hatred for Jews

from MRC Newsbusters,

Comedian Bill Maher completely embarrassed the staunchly racist and anti-Semitic co-host of ABC’s The View, Sunny Hostin (the descendant of slave owners) on Tuesday with the facts of Hamas’s anti-Semitism while they spared over the Israel-Hamas War. Hostin repeatedly questioned if Maher cared about civilian lives, to which he left the audience stunned when he said the solution was to “stop attacking Israel.” Venting his frustrations with many on the progressive left, Maher lamented: “It's just astounding to me that they can't tell the good guys from the bad guys. I mean, just morally.”

He told them to “just live in [pre-war] Gaza for a day” and that Hamas would not tolerate their liberal values. “Trust me, you would go running and screaming and begging to live in Tel Aviv, a place that has your values,” he implored them. Maher called out people like Hostin who ridiculously claimed Israel was an “apartheid” state by noting the “gender apartheid” in Gaza “and a lot of majority Muslim countries around the world.” He even got support from co-hosts Joy Behar and Alyssa Farah Griffin on that point.

HOSTIN: And are you at all concerned about the fact that the International Criminal Court just today issued a subpoena for Bibi Netanyahu. MAHER: Well, that's ridiculous, but it's a war. HOSTIN: Why? MAHER: Because it's a war and they were attacked and they're defending themselves. “So, Hamas needs to be destroyed because they are a terrorist organization who say openly that they want to commit genocide on the Jewish people, on the state of Israel. That's what ‘from the river to the sea’ means,” he explained to her. The history lesson continued with the comedian recalling that Hamas had “started five wars since they were given that land back. They could have chosen to turn that place into any place they wanted to and they took a lot of money that they took from the international community and they spent it on bombs and guns and building tunnels.” Hostin was embarrassed and backed into a corner, so she defaulted to asking again if her guest was “concerned for the innocent lives?” Of course, the implication was that his impassioned defense of Israel meant he wasn’t. “Of course, everybody is,” he exclaimed. “But that's what happens in a war. Here's a way to stop that: Stop attacking Israel!”

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