ABC's "The View" co-host Joy Behar falsely claimed on Monday that President Donald Trump was "the culprit" behind the tragic attack on a California synagogue over the weekend.
The attack on the Chabad of Poway synagogue in California happened Saturday and resulted in one person losing their life and three others being shot.
Behar, a leftist, sought to immediately politicize the attack when the show ran again on Monday by falsely claiming that Trump was "the culprit" behind it and that he needed to take responsibility for it.
"He’s provocative. He gives dog whistles constantly to these people," Behar said. "Take responsibility for your actions, Mr. President. You are the culprit."
Behar conveniently did not tell viewers what the alleged terrorist wrote about Trump in his alleged manifesto, where the terrorist answered his own questions so people could know his views. In one section, the terrorist wrote about Trump:
Are you a Trump supporter?
You mean that Zionist, Jew-loving, anti-White, traitorous c**ksucker? Don’t make me laugh.
The terrorist hated Trump because of Trump's love for Israel and the Jewish community.
On Sunday, Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein revealed that Trump called him and personally comforted him following the tragic terror attack that happened at his synagogue.
"I received a personal phone call from our president, Donald Trump," Goldstein told reporters. "I was amazed to answer the phone and say the secretary of the White House was calling. And he spent close to 10, 15 minutes with me on the phone."
"It's the first time that I have ever spoken to a President of the United States of America," Goldstein continued. "He shared with me condolences on behalf of the United States of America. And We spoke about the moment of silence. And he spoke about his love of peace and Judaism and Israel and he was just so comforting that I’m really grateful to our president for taking the time and making that effort to share with us his comfort and consolation."
Following the shooting, Trump tweeted: "Thoughts and prayers to all of those affected by the shooting at the Synagogue in Poway, California. God bless you all. Suspect apprehended. Law enforcement did outstanding job. Thank you!"
Trump added: "I spoke at length yesterday to Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, Chabad of Poway, where I extended my warmest condolences to him and all affected by the shooting in California. What a great guy. He had a least one finger blown off, and all he wanted to do is help others. Very special!"
EDITOR'S NOTE: The name of the suspect has been withheld from this article. Recent studies suggest that "media coverage of mass shootings can have a significant impact on the psyches of potential mass shooters — that such potential mass shooters have a cognitive craving for attention, which they know they will receive for committing atrocities." For this reason, The Daily Wire no longer publishes names and images of mass shooters as it has become increasingly clear in recent years that "the value of public knowledge regarding specific names and photographs of mass shooters is significantly outweighed by the possibility of encouraging more mass shootings."