Liberal Talk Show 'The View' Censors Mention of "Jesus Christ" During Religious Discussion
Such was the leftist slant of The View that Bila was forced to leave her position as the only conservative voice on the show after pressure from biased producers.
Once again, leftist bias rears its ugly head, this time turning The View's ire toward religious figures. On a Friday broadcast, panelists were discussing whether or not the Ten Commandments of Christianity were outdated:
At the 1:50 mark, co-host Paula Faris's mentions of "JC" and "Jesus Christ" are blatantly censored.
“My parents were really strict about what we said in the home. We couldn’t say 'Oh my God,' we couldn’t say 'JC,” we couldn’t say '[Jesus,' she says. All mentions of Jesus were silenced.
“Unless you were praising Him,” she continues. “And then you could say ‘[Jesus],'” which was, again, censored.
Viewers quickly took to social media to denounce the move:
This is what leftist hypocrisy looks like. To understand this, simply ask:
Would 'The View' censor mentions of Muhammad during a discussion on Islam?
The study the hosts were referencing said that British Christians did not believe the Commandments to not worship false idols, keep the Sabbath day holy, not take the Lord’s name in vain and worship no other gods, were needed.
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