Seriously? Watch: The View Censors Jesus’ Name, Twice

I do not watch the view. If I wanted to watch something ridiculous, I would tune into CNN or listen to Maxine Waters speak.

However, I am interested as to why the talk show felt the need to bleep out Jesus’ name when they were speaking about Jesus, God, and the ten commandments.

Paula Farris was speaking about how she was brought up in a Christian home, and her parents were very strict about what they were allowed to say. She said, “My parents were really strict about what we said in the home. We couldn’t say, ‘Oh, my God.’ We couldn’t say J.C., we couldn’t say Je- (bleeped out) … My son, we could say ‘Jeez’ … unless you were praising him, and then you could say, (bleeped out).”

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Really? We already know that the show does not care about saying Jesus’ or God’s name in vain. So why exactly is it censored when said normally? Are they attempting to be politically correct as to not hurt the feelings of any of their non-Christian views? (Although it’s hard to imagine that any Christian would watch this vile show.”

Watch below and see for yourself. If you’re like me, and could honestly care less about what these moronic women have to say, skip forward to 4:00:

 

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