Lunatic Joy Behar Has A Bizarre Idea For Kids And Their Schooling

Hey kids, I have bad news. 78-year-old gasbag Joy Behar thinks you've gone through so much anxiety and uncertainty in the past year that you should repeat the school year you're currently working through on a computer or in-person, like the CDC and Dr. Fauci say you should be. But Behar, who's been yapping away on The View since 1997, thinks you should finish up this school year and then do it all over again next year.

That's right, Big Ideas with Joy Behar®.

Here's what's even crazier: Joy used to teach high school English. She's been in the school system. She clearly knows how dumb her idea is, but, because she's part of the woke movement, she throws out completely stupid ideas to keep her woke constituents motivated.

Look, this is very simple, Joy. You send the kids to school, teachers teach them, and everyone keeps going on with life. The post-Trump CDC has made it very clear that there's little evidence of "meaningful COVID spread from schools."

Yet here we are with Joy and her crew of anxiety soldiers pumping kids' heads full of dark thoughts and end-of-the-world scenarios over a virus that, in one North Carolina school district, caused ZERO cases of student-to-staff transmission. That data was collected from 90,000 students and staff! ZERO transmissions.

I know what you guys are thinking: What idiot out there listens to Joy Behar?

Remember, this woman's been burying thoughts into viewers' heads since 1997. Women sitting at home with their kids flip on that dreadful show and hear these dreadful ideas, and the next thing you know, they're screaming on Facebook about how unsafe it is to send kids back into schools.

We have no choice but to confront this nonsense here at OutKick.

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Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America. Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league. Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.