Joy Behar complained about her late father on “The View” on Tuesday, complaining to her co-hosts that he didn’t think she was pretty.
During Tuesday’s episode of the ABC talk show “The View,” Joy Behar seemingly attempted to blame who she is psychologically on her late father when she whined that it still bothers her that her he didn’t think she was pretty when she was a child, which was a long time ago given the fact that she is currently 80 years-old.
But first, check out another moment where Behar brought up her father on “The View” a few years ago in the video below.
It all started when co-host Sunny Hostin admitted that she’s never been to therapy even though she is “probably a lunatic most of the time.”
“I’m sure I need it,” she added. (We’re not going to argue with that!)
Hostin then said that Behar is constantly claiming that “most of your adult behavior stems from some sort of childhood trauma.”
That’s when Behar opened up about her own “childhood trauma” like never before.
“It’s like if you have a wound and you put a bandaid on it, it will never heal because it doesn’t get air. You’ve got to air the wound,” Behar said. “And you’ve got to also understand why your behavior today is your unconscious mind telling you what to do rather than your conscious mind.”
Behar’s Late Father
Behar’s father was Gino Occhiuto, a longtime truck driver for Coca-Cola who died in 1992. Three years ago, Behar used an old photo of her father to attack her nemesis Donald Trump, someone who she’s spent years obsessively speaking out against.
“This is my father, a WW2 veteran,” Behar wrote. “He fought, along with many others, to preserve our valuable democracy. Don’t let it slip away.”
Behar Previously Gushed Over Her Childhood
Despite her complaint about her father on today’s episode of “The View,” Behar had previously indicated that she had a pleasant childhood. In fact, she once credited her outspoken liberal activism to the way she was raised with strong Italian roots in Brooklyn.
“I was loved, and no one ever told me to shut up, which is a blessing,” she said, according to Fox News.
Thanks a lot for that, Gino.
It’s typical of a liberal snowflake like Behar to blame any problem of hers that she can on her parents, even when her father has been dead for 30 years. Perhaps at 80, Behar should take some more responsibility for whatever psychological issues she may have, and stop blaming her deceased dad for them.