The daytime talk show is usually a revolving door for left-wing pundits and politicians, who come to spout their lies to an eager screaming audience.
But every now and then, the show allows a conservative to come and speak some sense to their audience, even though many of them are unwilling to hear it.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice recently graced the show with her presence, and made the hosts look like total buffoons when they attempted to pigeonhole her with a question about Russia.
Winston Churchill seemed to have been speaking of The View when he said, “Some people occasionally stumble across the truth. But then they pick themselves right up and move on like nothing happened.”
HOSTIN: But Madam Secretary, if he indeed did engage in these types of tactics in our election, then the very legitimacy of our election is at issue, isn’t it?
Rice immediately shot that narrative down, as grasping at straws and showing a mistrust in the American people’s intelligence.
RICE: No, no. That’s where I — first of all, I don’t want to question his motives beyond he’s an eye for an eye kind of person. Secondly, I trust the people who voted in Wisconsin and Texas and Alabama and California to have voted on the basis of who they thought was best going to represent their interests. And so I’m not going to question the legitimacy of their vote because Vladimir Putin tried to interfere in the elections. That’s just a step that I don’t think we should take. Let’s trust our fellow citizens to have been smart enough to have voted for the people they thought they ought to be voting for.