The View host Joy Behar just insulted black Americans in the most disgusting way

Joe Biden and his allies are growing frustrated over the large number of Americans refusing to take the coronavirus vaccine.

Even though 66 percent of Americans have taken at least one dose, only 45 percent of black Americans have received one shot.

And The View host Joy Behar just insulted black Americans in the most disgusting way.

Joe Biden implemented an unconstitutional nationwide vaccine mandate on up to 100 million workers in an effort to drive up the percentage of vaccinated Americans.

However, according to the latest CDC data, only 57% of Americans are fully vaccinated while 66% percent have received at least one dose.

But the numbers are much lower among black Americans.

Joe Biden’s allies in the corporate-controlled media have embarked on a propaganda campaign designed to convince unvaccinated Americans to rush out and get vaccinated.

During a recent episode of ABC’s The View, the hosts of the show discussed ways the government could motivate more black Americans to get vaccinated for the coronavirus.

Co-host Joy Behar began the discussion by giving her explanation of why she believed black Americans were more hesitant than others to get vaccinated.

“How do they get through to people like the black audience, for instance, the African American community, who has been burnt in the past by these Tuskegee experiments and things coming out that have harmed them,” Behar said. “I don’t blame that community for being skittish about it,” she added.

Behar then said black Americans shouldn’t worry because “so many white people have gotten it now, you know, the experiment has been done on white people now.”

Unsurprisingly, Behar’s co-hosts all agreed.

Co-host Sunny Hostin suggested the government use fear to increase vaccination rates among black Americans, saying “I also remember the ad campaign, this is your brain, this is your brain on drugs, with the egg on the street frying. That works. Fear works, unfortunately,” declared Hostin.

Even co-host Whoopi Goldberg blasted black Americans who are hesitant to take the shot.

“The Tuskegee experiment, there are countless things we can point to. But this is not one of them,” Goldberg said.

Goldberg then addressed Joy Behar’s comment about white people being “the experiment.”

“And did you just say, Joy, white people?” began Goldberg. “This is what I said at the beginning: White people are getting it. If you don’t see them with double heads it’s OK. You know, if you don’t see a tail, it’s OK,” she concluded.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.