Though, Rock would still sit down and have a beer with Behar. Or any of her shrill co-hosts.
"I'd hang out with her, have a beer and sit down. We'd probably have. great conversation. Even if I tell someone to go f*** themselves, I'd still sit down with them and cut it up. There are very few people on the Earth I couldn't find more in common with than we have not in common."
This is true of most on the right. Sitting down to talk with people with which we disagree isn't a big deal. We do it all the time. Louder with Crowder
has an entire series on the matter
Not only can liberals not do that, but the specific liberals on "The View"
prove daily they can't do that
. Even when they have a token conservative co-hosting, they always get mean-girled off the show. It's who the women of "The View" are because they're who the left is. Otherwise, if they were willing to have honest conversations with people on the right, they wouldn't be allowed on television. They would have been the ones mean-girled off the show when Twitter whined to the network.
A whiskey summit between Kid Rock and Joy Behar would be something, though. Behar is obnoxious sober, but she might be a fun drunk.