The cackling old lady liberals of the View showed off their true colors yesterday when they blasted a planned civil debate between Bernie Sanders and Lindsey Graham. Apparently, just by talking to Graham, Bernie has sold out the left - as Joy Behar ridiculously said it only serves to legitimize Graham's standing in the nation. Liberal firebrand Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Trump-allied Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) are supposed to square off next month in a policy debate at a full-size model of the United States Senate in Boston. When discussing it the notoriously stupid View hosts agreed that dialogue was bad. (See the video below) The debate series is the brainchild of former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) who is hoping to restore the Senate’s tradition of debate and collegiality, which numerous senators feel has gotten lost in recent years as the use of filibusters has become more common to block debate. [tweet_embed] May 28, 2022[/tweet_embed] Sanders and Graham are two of the most prominent members of the Senate and both gifted orators who have a knack for revving up their parties’ bases and infuriating ideological opponents. The June 13 debate will be moderated by Fox News anchor Bret Baier and streamed on Fox Nation. It’s funded by the Bipartisan Policy Center, the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation, and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute. “The genesis was a number of organizations were having these conversations kind of separately and amongst ourselves,” announced Bipartisan Policy Center President Jason Grumet of talk among the three sponsors regarding how to restore the spirit of constructive debate in Washington. [tweet_embed] May 28, 2022[/tweet_embed] “Sen. Daschle was the catalyst. He is on the board of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute. He is also one of the founders of BPC. We’ve all been lamenting the loss of the constructive collision of ideas that has long been the basis of effective democracy.” Sanders and Graham will debate each other at the Kennedy Institute, which includes a full-size replica of the U.S. Senate that is ordinarily utilized by visiting school groups to debate the main problems of the day. The debate is scheduled for one hour and the matters will be declared a week before the event. Former Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.), who joined the board of the Edward Kennedy Institute a few months ago, announced Daschle and former Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.), a different member of the board, were involved in setting up the debate series. [tweet_embed] May 28, 2022[/tweet_embed] “The leadership of the organization is very much those that believe in the power of public service and the power of the United States Senate to be a place where debate is welcome,” he stated. He announced that debate and disagreement isn’t an inherent flaw in today’s politics and shouldn’t be shied away from. “You should care passionately and to have a disagreement that’s not a bug, that’s a feature of a democracy. We want to have that debate but it should be based on principle and it should be done with the expectation that you’re going to try to convince an adversary on that issue of the merits of your cause,” he stated.