In Stunning Move, 'The View' Co-Host Defends Marjorie Taylor Greene

"The View" co-hosts shockingly backed Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green after she tweeted about being attacked at a restaurant.

On Tuesday, Marjorie Taylor Greene took to Twitter to claim that she had been physically assaulted by a woman and her son at a restaurant due to their differing political beliefs. According to Greene, the pair were "self-righteous, insane, and completely out of control."

Despite being known for their criticism of Marjorie Taylor Greene, "The View" co-hosts publicly expressed their support for her by condemning any form of harassment or violence against political opponents.

“I have to say, I’m on Marjorie’s side for this one,” co-host Joy Behar said. “Because I don’t believe that anybody should be going up to any of us, anybody in public, and harassing us and that goes for you, too, Marjorie, because you were harassing AOC and you were stalking David Hogg, the kid that survived the Parkland shooting.”

During the discussion, Behar brought up Marjorie Taylor Greene's past behavior towards gun control activist David Hogg and Democratic New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Behar suggested that Greene may have received a taste of her own medicine after she followed Hogg and called him a "coward" in a video from March 2019 and opened Ocasio-Cortez's mailbox slot on her office's locked door a month earlier, calling on her to come out.

The co-hosts of "The View" shared their own experiences of being verbally attacked in public during the discussion. Sunny Hostin recounted an incident where she and fellow co-host Ana Navarro were confronted by construction workers chanting "Trump 2024" and "f*ck you" after having lunch. Hostin stated that she would like to have more information about Marjorie Taylor Greene's alleged incident.

“I didn’t like that experience, and I don’t think she [Greene] should experience it,” Hostin said. “But she’s this professional troller, you know, she was disrespectful to the President of the United States during the State of the Union, she heckles people all the time. I need more information on this. What does she mean by attack?”

“Let’s take her word for it, in this case,” Behar responded. “Let’s just take her word for it … I totally agree with her, it’s incorrect, it’s wrong. It’s not okay.”

Alyssa Farah Griffin, another co-host on "The View," added that she has been the target of attacks from both supporters of former President Donald Trump and those on the left. Griffin called for a "substantive debate" between both sides. Griffin has previously stated that she has received "death threats" from the "far-left" due to her work in the Trump administration.

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