WATCH: The View's Joy Behar Says Anyone Voting For Trump Aren't Real 'Christians'

On Thursday, 'The View' co-host Joy Behar said that anyone voting for presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump aren't real Christians.

"He has broken 11 commandments, and there's a waitlist. I mean, this guy has gone above and beyond, and yet these so-called Christians are going to vote for him," Behar told the ABC audience. "The children see these Ten Commandments in school, and then they see their parents....I don't know who they are specifically, but all I know is that there are a lot of people who say they are Christian and are voting for him."

"It just seems ironic that he has broken every law of every commandment, and they think he's the one to vote for? What is the matter with everybody?" Behar asked. 

In response to Behar's comments, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson explained that he's "sick" of being told by left-wing commentators what it means to be a Christian. "I know when I am seeking spiritual guidance, I always turn to The View. A real bastion of Christianity," Carson wrote. "Who else is sick of being told what they are and aren't by the left? I know I am. This proud and very 'real' Christian will be voting for [Donald Trump] in November!"

The left-wing hosts then went on a tirade against recent legislation signed into law by Gov. Jeff Landry (R-LA) that mandated that the Ten Commandments be shown on a poster in every classroom in Louisiana. The law, which is expected to face legal challenges, attempts to challenge a 1980 Supreme Court decision that banned the practice of displaying the Ten Commandments in the classroom.

"This bothers me to no end, and when I grew up, you were allowed to believe what you believe," co-host Whoopi Goldberg said. "It wasn't really stuff you discussed with other people. You had your beliefs. You had your religious thing, and if you weren't religious, nobody knew. Because I think being an American is a great thing. We have rights here that you can't get anywhere else, but I don't understand why you're telling me you're concerned about children learning things."

"One of the things that you don't seem to understand is that I have the same respect for my child that I have for yours. I'm not asking you to believe what I believe. I'm not asking your kid to believe what I believe. Public school is public school, which means everyone can go to public school," Goldberg said, adding that she wants Christians to "get out of my pocket, get out of my body, and get out of my school."

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Richard

Hey Joy, no one cares what you say because no one likes the stupid things that come out of your hole.

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