The National Enquirer reports that Elisabeth Hasselbeck is considering leaving The View because she’s unhappy with the fact that she constantly feels she has to defend herself while on the show. Oh, poor Elisabeth. Who would have thought THAT would be the case when you’re on an opinion based TV show and the only reason you get to be is because you play the Ann Coulter role. Certainly not me!
Popcrunch reports the rollowing:
Elisabeth feels she can’t win at The View, but she’s been told by friends at FOX News that they’d find a spot for her without hesitation.”
“Elisabeth is just as tired of the ladies at The View as they are of her! She feels she constantly has to defend herself,” a show insider revealed to The National Enquirer this week.
“Besides that, when she gets passionate about her opinions, the others make her look like she’s hysterical. But when she doesn’t talk enough, she’s accused of ‘pouting,” says the tattle.
The thing about Elisabeth Hasselbeck is that from the beginning of her career in the media, as a contestant on Survivor, she bent her personality to fit what it needed to be to profit and that’s what she’s doing still. That’s why whenever she talks about anything, there’s a breathy eagerness to it because she’s acting like the smug school kid who knows the answer. She knows the answer to playing the role she needs to play to remain on TV.
In keeping with this, because she has the emotional maturity of a spoilt 16 year old girl, she probably is pouting when she’s not talking enough. I mean, the endless tears as a way of stopping the confrontation are just a defense mechanism – why not a pout. It all just comes back to getting attention.
The thing is, if she goes to Fox she’ll have to contend with Ann Coulter who has the hot blonde rabid right wing talking head gig down and I suspect that Ann Coulter could eat her alive. That's unless Hasselbeck starts to cry as a way of getting Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly to run to her defense. Of course, for that to happen she’ll need to let them grope her ass in the hallway so it’s always a give and take scenario. What’s worse? Whoopi Goldberg’s dehumanizing soul revealing stare of Bill O’Reilly’s murmering harassment laugh, stinky hand and string of saliva? For Hasselbeck, the worst of those two options is the one that pays the least. [source]