Yesterday was Holocaust Memorial Day, and ‘The View’ hosted Holocaust survivors Millie and Miklh Baran and their two daughters.
The segment began with an impassioned message from Whoopi Goldberg, who spoke against Holocaust denial. (And props to Whoopi for pronouncing Miklh’s name correctly).
But then, Joyless Behar jumped in with her question, inviting Millie to comment on the current situation at the U.S.-Mexico border. Looks like she was hoping for a Trump-bashing moment, because she can never give her Trump Derangement Syndrome a rest.
Via Daily Caller.
“The View” host Joy Behar asked Holocaust survivor Millie Baran to weigh in Monday on the migrants being denied entry at the U.S.-Mexico border, and she didn’t get the answer she expected.
In honor of Holocaust Memorial Day, “The View” hosted Baran and her husband, Mikhl, along with their two daughters. After sharing the Barans’ story of survival, immigration, and a life dedicated to teaching others about the atrocities that should never again be allowed to happen, Behar made things political with a question that appeared to be aimed at President Donald Trump’s immigration policies….
“I realized who doesn’t want to come to America?” Baran continued. “The best land in the world. The lucky ones who can come here, a land of opportunity, of freedom. To us it was a dream to get here….
“That was for us a miracle, a miracle what happened,” Baran added. “And when we saw what happened with the people who wanted to come to America, naturally, it’s a land of laws. You cannot just come and want to come in….