The View co-host Ana Navarro was left red-faced on Monday after she was forced to make on-air corrections to her false January 6 claims.

NBC News released footage that showed Rep. Troy Nehls (R-TX) confronting a protester in the Capitol building on Jan. 6. A law enforcement officer can be seen in the footage pointing a gun at a protester during the confrontation with the GOP lawmaker.

“You ought to be ashamed of yourself!” Nehls said.

“We’re coming in one way or another!” one protester responded.

“I’ve been in law enforcement in Texas for 30 years, and I’ve never had people act this way,” Nehls said. “I’m ashamed!”

Navarro on Monday’s episode of The View ignored Nehls’ criticism of the protesters and Republicans for siding with January 6 Capitol protesters. She also falsely claimed the law enforcement officer holding the gun was the GOP lawmaker.

“That’s in the well of the House. That is a Republican congressman holding a gun to the insurrectionists who were about to break in, who were coming for them,” Navarro falsely said. “How those Republicans can then go and endorse and support and campaign for Donald Trump, who was the cause for that insurrection, who incited it and promoted [it]. How they can live with themselves, how they can pretend it was tourists touring the Capitol. How they can go around, [like] Elise Stefanik echo[ing] Trump’s words calling them hostages.”

The liberal host later apologized for the misinformation. Claiming that she misspoke.

“Yes, I misspoke. I said a Republican congressman had been holding the gun. Actually, we don’t know if it was a Secret Service or a police officer that day, but the one holding the gun, two Republican congressmen were behind the guy — the law enforcement officer — holding the gun,” Navarro continued.