“I’ve always felt that the best way to get back at boneheads, like ISIS, is to make them the joke,” Goldberg said.
“The great Charlie Chaplin did it first when he did the movie ‘The Great Dictator’ where he made fun of Hitler, and there was an uproar about that,” Perez said.
“Leave ‘SNL’ out of it,” host Nicole Wallace said. “If comedy is supposed to make us laugh at some of the bleakest things happening in our times, I think they nailed it.”
“The View” hosts also commended Twitter for regularly blocking access and shutting down accounts associated with ISIS. The terror group declared “war” on Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey for his company’s continued efforts to stymie their outreach.
“This is a much more formidable tactic, frankly, in the war against ISIS,” Wallace said, adding that the terror group uses social media to recruit foreign fighters.
Watch a clip of “The View” hosts discussing ISIS, “SNL” and Twitter here.