Despite Joy Behar’s Pledge To Wear Masks Indefinitely, She Was ‘Spotted Maskless’

Joy Behar was spotted unmasked at a New York City restaurant only hours after bragging on national television about her ambitions to wear a surgical mask eternally. On Thursday afternoon, when the co-hosts of The View debated New York State’s loosened mask rules, Behar announced that she would continue to wear her mask despite continually shifting standards.

On Thursday, Behar remarked, “She listens to the tiny voice in her brain that doesn’t follow 100% what they tell me because they keep altering it.” The flakiness of Behar was exposed by The Post Millennial just hours later when she was chin-wagging with companions in a New York restaurant banquette. According to a source, Behar strolled through the restaurant uncovered as her group left, despite her companions’ eagerness to cover her up.

Moreover, on Thursday’s edition of The View, Joy Behar said she was heading to a vegan restaurant in New York City, even though she is not authorized to dine inside restaurants in the United States. In New York, a stringent requirement that guests show evidence of immunization before dining inside restaurants or other indoor recreational facilities was recently repealed.


The mandate was intended to be reviewed after it expired, but sources close to it say Hochul would let it go. Similar regulations have been repealed in New Jersey, California, Connecticut, Delaware, and Oregon. According to the CDC, the average number of new COVID cases each day fell by 42.8 percent from February 9 to February 16.

Therefore Joy later erased the one-word jab, but not before Meghan McCain captured a snapshot of the encounter. Behar has been accused of wearing blackface in the past. Behar acknowledged in 2016 that she had dressed up as a “beautiful African woman.” Joy Behar, an actress and talk show presenter, was asked whether she is ‘black’ by former co-host Raven-Symoné after posting a photo of herself with tanned skin and curly hair at a Halloween party. “She simply had makeup that was slightly darker than her complexion,” Behar said, adding that she dressed up as an African woman.