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Comedian Joy Behar Mocks Mike Pence For Talking With Jesus: ‘That’s Called Mental Illness’

Joy Behar, alleged comedienne and current co-host of The View, ridiculed Mike Pence and millions of other Christians when she described the act of talking with Jesus as a “mental illness.”

Behar never misses an opportunity to mock the Trump Administration while hiding behind the veil of being a comedian. This time, however, she stepped overboard and insulted millions and millions of Americans who believe strongly in their faith and their God.

The ladies of The View were discussing recent comments by Omarosa Manigault-Newman, a former White House staffer, who lost her job and got demoted to a celebrity reality TV show known as Big Brother.

The show’s hosts played a clip of Omarosa saying, “I am Christian, I love Jesus, but he (Pence) thinks Jesus tells him to say things.”

“It’s one thing to talk to Jesus,” Behar quipped. “It’s another thing when Jesus talks to you. That’s called mental illness, if I’m not correct, hearing voices.”

You’re not correct, Joy.

“Can he talk to Mary Magdalene without his wife in the room?” Behar continued, a reference to Pence’s efforts to limit interactions with other women other than his wife, or as we call it – being faithful.

Fox News star Jesse Watters ripped Behar, saying she’d be “canned in a second” if she mocked a devout Muslim who speaks to their God.

She and Democrats are “OK with Reverend [Jeremiah] Wright speaking to Barack Obama, but they don’t want Jesus talking to Mike Pence,” he shot back.

Only on today’s left can talking and praying to Jesus be considered a ‘mental illness.’

Nope, we’re pretty sure signs of mental illness are when you think Hillary Clinton won the election, which Behar claimed not once, but twice.

Or, maybe by her own definition, Behar is suffering from ‘mental illness.’

A year ago, the liberal comedian appeared on Morning Joe to promote her new Trump-obsessed book, The Great Gasbag.

“I am being told by God to save this country,” Behar explained as her reasoning for writing the book.

We’re quite certain some sort of mental deficiency is a requirement before appearing on the panel of The View. Specifically, a low IQ. That’s why Behar is a star.

Do you think talking to Jesus is a ‘mental illness’ as Joy suggests or part of one’s faith? Tell us what you think below!