April Ryan Teams With The View: Whine GOP Leading Midterm Races

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On Thursday, faux journalist and rabid leftist April Ryan joined the cackling coven of The View to hawk her new book. During her appearance, Ryan within a matter of minutes touted her supposed neutrality as a journalist while somehow simultaneously rooting for Democrat Senate and gubernatorial candidates across the country, including Stacey Abrams in Georgia. 

Co-host Sarah Haines started off by whining about so-called “disinformation and lies” which she claimed are “running rampant” while “confidence in the media is actually hitting an all-time low.” Turning to Ryan, Haines asked, “how do you deal with this?”   

Ryan proclaimed her journalistic integrity, which is laughable since anyone who is familiar with her track record knows she’s a Democrat Party propagandist. “I make sure I have receipts. What the young people call receipts, I make it rain with receipts,” Ryan insisted. 

“The line has been obscured between fact and opinion, and people don’t know what to believe now, and it’s so much misinformation,” Ryan whined. 

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Pulling out her victim card, Ryan cried racism and suggested she’s been attacked because of her race: “The onus particularly for me as a black woman in that room who has been vilified, I have got to come with the facts so you cannot refute anything I say.” 

Moments later, Ryan showed her true colors and proved to the world that she’s a political hack and not a real journalist. 

“The baseline is we have 299 GOP candidates who are election deniers who are in a lot of these races that are too close to call,” Ryan said lashing out in an attempt to smear the entire Republican field.  

“Val Demings, the race is too close to call. Rubio is up on the latest poll that I saw. Sherry Beasley in North Carolina. Two black women running for U.S. Senate. She’s trailing behind the candidate there. Stacey Abrams is trailing behind Kemp in the gubernatorial election there. Still, the numbers are closer,” Ryan bemoaned. 

Attempting to racialize the elections, Ryan proclaimed that “Black women, show up at the polls. We are the largest part of the black base that show up at the polls.” 

“We saved Alabama, you know, with the Roy Moore situation,” Ryan said referring to the 2017 Alabama Senate election.  

Rounding out her interview, Ryan sought to fluff Stacey Abrams and praise her for somehow turning Georgia “blue.” 

“The reason why there’s such a fierce fight against Stacey Abrams is because she’s a winner. Granted she did not win that gubernatorial race the first time, and even if she doesn’t win this time, that black woman changed that state from red to blue,” Ryan gushed. 

The real reason Abrams is despised is that she spent the past four years pretending that she won the 2018 Georgia governor’s election and falsely claimed that the election was stolen from her by Republicans. 

This delusional segment was made possible by lucrative sponsorships from Vicks and Angi. Their contact information is linked.

The transcript is below, click “expand” to read:

ABC’s The View
10/20/2022
11:34:52 a.m. Eastern 

ALYSSA FARAH GRIFFIN: Well, April, thank you for being here. You and I share something in common having been called demeaning and cruel names by the former President. Now of course when you were, you were simply doing your job as a journalist. How did you balance in that environment not making yourself the story, and also what advice do you give to an aspiring journalist in an environment that can be very hostile to press? 

APRIL RYAN: You know, it’s a totally different era now. You know, when I started learning this craft of journalism at Morgan State University, we learned about, you know, ask the questions, you know, get the answers. Make sure you check your sources, et cetera, et cetera. They didn’t tell me that I needed a combat hat and a shield when I went into the White House, you know? Really, you’re seeing reporters under attack now. It’s a different day because it’s about an ideology that is pushing the press, the First Amendment down. 

FARAH GRIFFIN: Yeah. 

RYAN: And the problem is the American public unfortunately has not taken a mass lesson on civics to understand that we are part of the equation. 

WHOOPI GOLDBERG: Yes. 

RYAN: And so many people either want to forget about American history or U.S. government, and they’re not applying it to this current day situation. So for new reporters coming in, please learn civics. 

GOLDBERG: Yes. 

RYAN: Please understand U.S. Government, U.S. history, and please understand it’s not about you. It’s about the story, and be aware. Be very afraid. 

[Applause] 

SARA HAINES: Well, you know, this kind of speaks to what you went through, but you also talked about studying journalism in what I like to think of as the old school, original journalism. 

RYAN: Yes. 

HAINES: We’re living in a time where disinformation and lies are running rampant and confidence in the media is actually hitting an all-time low. A recent Gallup poll found only 34 percent of Americans believe major news organizations will report fully, accurately, and fairly on current events. 38 percent have no trust at all. So, as a journalist, how do you deal with this? 

RYAN: You know, when I approach my job, when I approach a story, I make sure I have receipts. What the young people call receipts, I make it rain with receipts. I have the newsmakers in the piece and saying what they say. It’s not my opinion. It’s their fact, you know? That’s the problem now. The line has been obscured between fact and opinion, and people don’t know what to believe now, and it’s so much misinformation. The onus particularly for me as a black woman in that room who has been vilified, I have got to come with the facts so you cannot refute anything I say. 

And I think any journalist

[applause] 

RYAN: Any journalist should have that, you know? The onus is upon us now to really make sure that the American public understands one, it’s not our opinion, and two, that this is what the newsmaker is saying.

[…]

11:39:14 a.m. Eastern

RYAN: First of all, the baseline is we have 299 GOP candidates who are election deniers who are in a lot of these races that are too close to call. That’s the baseline right there. Val Demings, the race is too close to call. Rubio is up on the latest poll that I saw. Sherry Beasley in North Carolina. Two black women running for U.S. Senate. She’s trailing behind the candidate there. Stacey Abrams is trailing behind Kemp in the gubernatorial election there. Still, the numbers are closer, and let’s get to Warnock and—

[audience sighs]

RYAN: And Warnock is winning that one though by a small margin. By a small margin. 

JOY BEHAR: April, if there’s a huge turnout, I’m trying to get to the poll. If there’s a huge turnout the polls are meaningless.

RYAN: Black women, show up at the polls. We are the largest part of the black base that show up at the polls. 

BEHAR: Yeah. 

RYAN: We saved Alabama, you know, with the Roy Moore situation. 

SUNNY HOSTIN: And Georgia. 

RYAN: And Georgia. Stacey Abrams, the reason why there’s such a fierce fight against Stacey Abrams is because she’s a winner. Granted she did not win that gubernatorial race the first time, and even if she doesn’t win this time, that black woman changed that state from red to blue. End of story. She is a winner, and they’re going after her. This is not conjecture. This is fact.

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