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Whoopi Goldberg made one outlandish statement on The View that’s too stupid for words



Left-wing media outlets constantly spread hatred and paranoia.

And none might be worse than the daytime talk show The View.

Now co-host Whoopi Goldberg made one outlandish statement on the show that’s too stupid for words.

The View has had trouble finding a token Republican to serve as a punching bag for the rabid left-wing co-hosts on the show.

And Whoopi Goldberg’s latest statements show exactly why.

Goldberg suggested that nothing has changed for black people in America in over 100 years.

During a segment with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Goldberg asked, “You vowed to call a vote on major voting rights legislation in time for Martin Luther King Day next week . . . I want to ask you this because it’s irritating me to the nth degree. Why are we still talking about my right as an American to vote?”

This is a preposterous Democrat talking point.

Voter participation increased in 2020 as Joe Biden got 81 million votes.

And black voter participation has increased since Barack Obama’s first election in 2008.

The idea that anyone is being disenfranchised in 2022 is absurd.

Goldberg continued, “I still feel like suddenly black people still are where we were under the Emancipation Proclamation. What is happening? Why are we still fighting this way? What’s going to change?”

Her statement is a slap in the face to people who struggled against actual discrimination during slavery, reconstruction, and Jim Crow.

To suggest that nothing has changed is the height of leftist narcissism and ingratitude.

Schumer teed off on the absurd softball down the middle of the plate, “You’re 100% right, and it’s not just staying the same. It’s going to get worse if we don’t do something. Republicans . . . are now making it harder for people to vote based on that false big lie that the election was fraudulent. But they’re not aiming it at everybody. They’re aiming it at people of color. They’re aiming it at poor people. They’re aiming it at students. They’re aiming it at the elderly. They’re aiming it at the disabled.”

Schumer is lying through his teeth.

Some Republican legislatures have passed voter ID requirements, a measure that’s supported by 80% of Americans, including 62% of Democrats.

Republicans are also ending emergency voting procedures enacted at the last minute in 2020 because of COVID.

Conversely, Democrats want to enshrine universal mail-in voting and keep voter ID laws as lax as possible.

Everything the Democrats are doing weakens election integrity, and they know it.

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Sunny Hostin of The View made one unspeakable comment about everyone who voted for Trump



The talking heads in the corporate press have turned into raving lunatics.

They have abandoned any concept of decorum.

And Sunny Hostin of The View made one unspeakable comment about everyone who voted for Trump.

The Democrats continue to shamefully blame Republicans for the horrific shooting in Buffalo, New York.

It just goes to show that there’s no line the Left will not cross in their political pursuits.

They ignore the fact that the shooter was a leftist who despised Fox News and wore a hazmat suit because he was deathly afraid of COVID, which would be odd for a supposed Fox News maven.

In reality, the Buffalo shooter was a sociopath who spent too much time alone due to COVID lockdowns, and went down a rabbit hole of white supremacy on the dark web.

But Democrats never let a crisis go to waste, so their comrades in the media are using a full-court press against Republicans.

During a mind-numbing panel discussion, Sunny Hostin said, “I think what happened, Whoopi, is that, you know, in March of 2020, Christopher Wray, the director of the FBI testified in front of Congress and said, the most pressing issue in our country is domestic terrorism and white supremacy…That is the biggest domestic threat…[Republicans are] the party of insurrectionists, the party that welcomes white supremacists under its tent.”

According to Hostin, the 74 million people who voted for Donald Trump are supporters of white supremacy.

These are the same clowns that talk about trying to unite the country.

They are the ones dividing the country with mendacious, divisive rhetoric.

There has been a concerted effort by the Democratic mouthpieces on television to conflate any criticisms of Democratic immigration policy with the ramblings of the Buffalo shooter.

The so-called great replacement theory is not being peddled by the Right.

Conservatives—as well as liberals—who are concerned about immigration are responding to record numbers of illegal aliens coming into the country.

The Democrats certainly aren’t helping matters by gloating about building an unstoppable coalition thanks to demographic changes from immigration.

And they’ve been doing it for years.

In 1998, Democratic consultant Patrick Reddy said, “The 1965 Immigration Reform Act promoted by President Kennedy, drafted by Attorney General Robert Kennedy, and pushed through the Senate by Ted Kennedy has resulted in a wave of immigration from the Third World that should shift the nation in a more liberal direction within a generation. It will go down as the Kennedy family’s greatest gift to the Democratic Party.”

Many other Democrats have parroted the same talking points.

Democrats either can’t see or don’t care how hateful and divisive they sound.

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Joy Behar of The View issued one insane threat to a Republican congresswoman



The Democrats have given up on winning arguments.

They have resorted to emotional outbursts and nonsensical rants.

Now, Joy Behar of The View issued one insane threat to a Republican congresswoman.

Democrats are disgustingly using the white supremacist mass shooter in Buffalo to smear all Republicans.

It’s a common shaming tactic used by the Left in an attempt to shut down debate.

The idea is that any criticism of the Democrats’ immigration policy directly leads to white supremacist  mass murderers.

That’s an insane argument, but it’s one the Democrats are deploying.

That’s why the harpies on The View targeted Republican Congressman Elise Stefanik of New York, who had ripped the Democrats for doing nothing about illegal immigration into the country.

Behar screeched, “Stop saying that you are pro-life if you are pro-AR-15s in the hands of young men who have wild ideas and racist theories in their heads, that are listening to people like this Elise Stefanik. We’re all looking at you, Elise. You know, somebody on Twitter said, all of your staff should quit now! We’re warning you because it’s only going to get worse! Quit now!”

This is despicable rhetoric all the way down.

They are not only blaming a member of Congress for the evil actions of a deranged shooter, but they’re coercing members of her staff to quit.

Conversely, the same principle did not apply when an unhinged Bernie Sanders supporter shot up a Congressional baseball game and nearly killed Congressman Steve Scalise.

Prior to the shooting, Sanders said Republican congressmen were killing people by trying to take away their healthcare.

Sanders wasn’t accused of being complicit with the shooter, and his staffers weren’t pressured to quit.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the other members of “The Squad” called ICE facilities “concentration camps.”

Soon after, an Antifa terrorist died trying to “liberate” one of the camps. He tried to shoot up and firebomb an ICE facility in Tacoma, Washington.

When a couple of reporters asked for The Squad to comment about the shooting and if their rhetoric had anything to do with it, they simply ignored the question and kept walking down the hallway.

The double standard is clear.

If the ideological criminal is perceived to be on the Right, all Republicans are responsible.

If the ideological criminal is perceived to be on the Left, then it was just a lone wolf and shut up.

Ironically, the Buffalo shooter claimed to be a leftist who hated Fox News.

But the so-called mainstream media don’t care about those details.

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Sunny Hostin of The View said something so shocking that the other women on the stage were left stunned



The View has become a defender of every insane left-wing position.

They are faithful defenders of the Democrats.

Now, Sunny Hostin said something so shocking that the other women on the stage were left stunned.

The co-hosts of The View take turns jockeying for the worst take of the day.

And Sunny Hostin was the runaway winner in a recent episode.

During a conversation with Lindsey Granger, a black Republican political commentator, and co-host Ana Navarro, who still clings to the label of Republican for some reason, Hostin slammed the two women for their politics in a disrespectful and dismissive way.

Hostin asked Granger, “Are you a Republican?”

Granger answered yes, then Hostin cut her off and said, “I feel like that’s an oxymoron, a black Republican.”

Granger fired back and said, “Why? Your friend right here is a Republican,” pointing to Navarro.

Navarro interjected, “We have had this conversation many times.”

Hostin doubled down, saying, “I don’t understand either of you.”

That’s when Granger called out Hostin’s oxymoronic stance of being a pro-abortion Catholic.

Hostin got defensive and replied, “I understand myself. I don’t understand either of you. I don’t…I don’t understand black Republicans and I don’t understand Latino Republicans.”

Granger and Navarro eventually rescued Hostin from herself and got the conversation back on track.

Hostin is playing on the old trope that racial minorities must vote for the Democratic Party, even if that party does not represent their values or best interest.

It’s a shaming tactic used by the Democrats to get black, Latinos, Asians, and other nonwhites to vote as a monolith.

But the tactic is slowly losing steam.

Donald Trump received the highest GOP percentage of the nonwhite vote since 1960, and according to midterm polling, Democrats have lost significant ground with Latino voters.

The specter of the white racist boogeyman does not hit the same in 2022, especially when the Democrats have moved wildly to the Left.

All of the mainstream racism found today is on the Left, and it’s in the name of “antiracism.”

Democrats are allowed to shame white people for being white, and shame nonwhite people for being Republicans.

In 1932, Franklin Roosevelt got one-third of the black vote (and two-thirds in 1936) at a time when the Ku Klux Klun was running rampant and Jim Crow was the letter of the law in the south.

Black voters were hoping to avail themselves of the New Deal programs, many of which they were barred from thanks to the Democrats.

It’s impossible to argue that being a black Republican in 2022 somehow requires more nuance and skepticism than being a black Democrat in 1932.

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