Joy Behar Cements Spot On Mount Rushmore Of Stupidity

Our friend Joy Behar, one of the angry ladies on The View, has had an idea: Let's "tweak" the First Amendment and Second Amendment so as to outlaw AR-15s.

On the Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show, Clay responded to Behar's idea by insisting that she be put on the Mount Rushmore of Stupidity.

"I think in the Mount Rushmore of Stupidity right now, Joy Behar is right up there. Maybe it’s the name — Joy Behar, Joy Reid — there’s a lot of Joy stupidity out there," Clay says.

"I wish we had Joy Behar on the show because I would love for her to explain, okay. You’re arguing that the First and the Second Amendment need to be 'tweaked.' Okay. So it’s kind of a big deal. Those are called Amendments. But in a larger context, what would you change, Joy Behar? Instead of Benjamin Franklin and George Washington and James Madison and Alexander Hamilton and all these brilliant people that were involved in the formation of the government, we got Joy Behar out there. Joy, what do you think we need to tweak in the First and the Second Amendment? What tweak?

"What is scary to me is the number of people that lack the basic tools to even analyze the First and the Second Amendment...

"I’ll give you an easy example. The Fourth Amendment, when it comes to search and seizure, the phone is a fascinating interplay with the Fourth Amendment, right?

"Are you required to turn over your phone? Are companies required to give passcodes? Can you have access to someone’s phone because for many people the phone right now that you carry around with you has access to every aspect of your life. Bank accounts, prescription medication, emails, everything in your life is now contained in many respects in your phone.

"Well, obviously the Constitution, when it was written in the 1780s, did not encompass the idea that a telephone could ever exist. One of the truly fascinating elements of the law, Buck, is trying to figure out how to follow the technological path of the law and apply it to modern-day technology. It’s an easy political characterization."

His co-host, Buck Sexton, then weighed in:

I'm good with Behar and Reid on the Mount Rushmore of Stupidity, although I assume we are including just media people here, so Dr. Fauci doesn't qualify. Reid should be the first face on it. Joining Behar and Reid has to be Don Lemon, and, let's say, Keith Olbermann.

Behar, Reid, Lemon, and Olbermann. Hard to argue against that Final Four of Foolishness.

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