Joy Behar on The View
GLENN: Super Bowl is also this weekend and I don't know what the controversy is on, you know, on this abortion or pro life commercial.
PAT: I don't think anybody's even seen it, the Tim Tebow ad?
PAT: Stu, have you seen it? I haven't seen it and I don't think they've released it yet.
STU: I don't even think it's released. I think they are trying to reveal during the game.
GLENN: I mean, we don't have any idea what it is but we're pretty confident that it's not, hey, here's some pictures of some aborted fetuses, right?
PAT: Supposedly she talks about the options that were presented her and a lot of people encouraged her to get an abortion, this is Tim Tebow's mom, and she decided not to, she chose life instead and he's obviously become a Heisman trophy winner, NFL pro.
GLENN: Do you have the audio of The View from yesterday? Whoopi Goldberg yesterday said something pretty reasonable but then followed by, you know, Joy "I'm a nightmare" Behar. Wait until you hear what Joy Behar said. Now listen. Here's Whoopi Goldberg and then Joy Behar from the view yesterday.
GOLDBERG: A commercial scheduled to air during Super Bowl has women's groups outraged. It's about a mom who ignores recommendations for her to abort her baby and how that baby grows up to become a Florida Gators football star, Tim Tebow. Now, the ad is from conservative Christian focus group Focus on the Family and Tebow says it celebrates life. So what's why are folks, what are people flipping out about? I'm not sure I know.
BEHAR: The only argument against any of it is that, you know, he could just as easily have become some kind of a rapist pedophile. I mean, you don't know what someone's gonna be.
PAT: So I guess you should abort babies just in case?
STU: Just in case.
GLENN: No, no, no. No, what we should do is some sort of genetic testing.
PAT: Oh, my gosh.
GLENN: That's what we should do, some genetic testing to see.
PAT: Then just wipe out all the population that's going to be sun savory.
GLENN: Don't we pretty much know who the problems are in society?
PAT: We do.
GLENN: You know, I mean, the progressives have known for a very long time.
PAT: All the people who would choose life, those are the ones who should be aborted.
GLENN: Exactly right. I mean, have you ever been to a tea party? Okay, we're going to have to kill your baby.
GLENN: You know, this is I mean, that kind of attitude is exactly where Planned Parenthood came from originally. You have Margaret Sanger who was a progressive. It wasn't about women's right to choose. It was about getting rid of the lower classes.
PAT: Sure was.
GLENN: It was about weeding out. Quite honestly, let's be honest about it, it was about killing black babies. That's what it was about. And it was a progressive organization. Racist, genetic, or what do you call the not the genetic experiments but
STU: Eugenics? Is that what you're talking about?
GLENN: Eugenics. I mean, that's what it's about, eugenics, which led to the Holocaust. That kind of thinking. You know, play it again. Play what she says.
GOLDBERG: A commercial scheduled to air during Super Bowl has women's groups outraged. It's about a mom who ignores recommendations for her to abort her baby and how that baby grows up to become a Florida Gators football star, Tim Tebow. Now, the ad is from conservative Christian focus group Focus on the Family. And Tebow says it celebrates life. So what's, why are folks, what are people flipping out about? I'm not sure.
BEHAR: The only argument against any of it is that, you know, he could just as easily have become some kind of a rapist pedophile. I mean, you don't know what someone's going to be.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh. And by the way, the laugh was from Stu, not from the audience.
GLENN: I imagine the audience was like... what?
GLENN: So remember, this is exactly the same kind of thinking from progressives in the eugenics days. And the eugenics thing, Joe, eugenics American, right? Yeah, eugenics was an American idea and it was, how do we weed out those who are not smart enough, not gifted enough, will never get it, will struggle. A lot of people don't know, but the true history of eugenics, the eugenics program let's just say it. The true history of the gas chambers, it started as compassion.
The first baby, the first anyone, the first German that was killed by doctors couldn't be the doctors couldn't do it. Born blind, born deaf, I think deformed. Baby Knauer I believe was the name of the baby, K n a u e r, Baby Knauer, I think, look it up. And the parents were like, oh, the baby is in pain, he will never be able to have a good life, he will never be able to have a full life, a normal life. And the doctor said, I can't do anything about it, I'm sorry. They wrote to the chancellor and said, please, please have some compassion. And so Hitler wrote this big long article that it is the humane thing to do to be able to kill Baby Knauer and be able to, just for the parents, and really it's a blessing for the child, too, because I'm such a compassionate man. The very next step was to go in and look at the old people, the infirm people, look at the handicapped. And what they did, the first gas chambers were trucks. They would pull these giants trucks up to the up to hospitals. And what they did is they would put all these people who were infirm and sick and they would put them into the back of these big huge like tractor trailer trucks, close the door, take a hose from the exhaust pipe and put it into the back of the truck. And so people were gassed through carbon dioxide. That's how it happened. They first cleaned the hospitals out of old, infirm and insane. And it was all for compassionate reasons, putting them in the back of the truck for compassionate reasons.