“The View” Caves After Turning Point USA Lawsuit Threat

(JustPatriots.com)- Last Monday, the screeching harpies on “The View” got themselves into hot water after they accused the conservative group Turning Point USA of supporting Nazis.

The following day, Turning Point USA issued a cease-and-desist letter to ABC News, demanding the company issue a retraction for the “defamatory statements” made by the harpies on “The View” or face legal action.

During Monday’s show, the hateful broads kicked off the program by discussing TPUSA’s recent Student Action Summit in Orlando.

In addition to mocking the event for taking “a page from the WWE,” co-host Joy Behar brought up the cosplaying “Nazis” that gathered outside carrying Swastikas.

Behar blasted Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for not doing anything about the idiot cosplayers, despite DeSantis attending the summit.

Later during the program, “The View” read an on-air legal disclaimer noting that Turning Point USA had condemned the cosplaying Neo-Nazis who had “nothing to do” with the event or the organization.

But the odious Whoopi Goldberg pulled the rug out from under ABC News, by claiming Turning Point USA “let them in, and you knew what they were.”

That prompted the panel to read another legal disclaimer explaining that the cosplayers were not let into the event, but were outside.

But Whoopi wouldn’t shut up.

She claimed that she was trying to make a “metaphorical” point, which is a fancy way of saying “lie to smear them.”

The following day, TPUSA’s in-house counsel Veronica Peterson sent the cease-and-desist letter.

She accused the hosts of “intentionally and falsely” associated Turning Point USA with the Nazi cosplayers outside “placing TPUSA in denigrating and false light and negatively impacting its public perceptions.” Peterson gave “The View” until July 27 to retract the comments or face legal action.

So on Wednesday, “The View” was forced to apologize on air.

Co-host Sarah Haines read a statement making it clear that the cosplaying Nazis were not part of the Student Action Summit and “were not invited or endorsed by Turning Point USA.”