Joy Behar: Abortion Is a Privacy Issue, Not Coronavirus Vaccines

Joy Behar told her co-hosts Wednesday on ABC’s “The View” that abortion is a privacy issue, not businesses such as restaurants, amusement parks, concert venues, cruise ships, and airlines requiring proof of a coronavirus vaccine for entry.

Behar said, “If I have to get a vaccine on my passport, so be it. You know, I mean, if you’re so scared or so intent or you’re a Republican male with wants to screw around with the libs or something, then don’t come on the cruise with me. Leave the buffet to me. Get a rowboat. Don’t even go there with me.”

She added, “Also, this idea that it’s a privacy issue, why is this a privacy issue? The same people who say it is overreach are anti-choice. Roe v. Wade was settled on a privacy issue. It’s the law. This is an invasion of my privacy when you are sick in the same building as I am in. I’m against that. I am totally against you coming anywhere near me without a vaccine. I would like you to prove it. Don’t the kids have to get vaccines to get into school? Don’t you have to get a malaria vaccine to go to certain countries? Come on!”

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