We all know that “The View” has an eccentric cast of characters, not least among them in terms of craziness being Whoopi Goldberg, who is seemingly never content to sit quietly and be thought a fool, but would rather open her mouth and remove all doubt.
And so there’s much that can be done to mock her or catch her in her lies. Kyle Rittenhouse is going to hold her accountable for her lies with a massive lawsuit. Every other day she says something that we get to point at and mock. Even ABC had to suspend her over her Holocaust comments!
But this is the internet, so what might seem like enough is never really the end of it…the mocking can always be taken one step further, Whoopi can always be mocked with one more great joke.
And so that’s what some internet genius did, mashing up clips of Whoopi going berserk and arguing…with herself. It’s quite funny, watch it here:
That internet genius would be Dave Rubin, who, though real conservatives have many good and valid complaints about him (he’s gay and adopting kids), did a pretty good job coming up with this mashup.
That’s because it beautifully exposes Whoopi’s complete hypocrisy by showing the different arguments she’s made and mashing them up against each other, showing that she doesn’t stand for anything, but is rather just reacting against the right.
Blaze TV described the video wonderfully, calling it “a video mashup of “The View’s” Whoopi Goldberg exposing her hypocrisy as she has a major Roe v. Wade meltdown. As her principles on “my body, my choice” flip-flop depending on the politics involved, Whoopi reveals herself to just be another celebrity hypocrite.”
The thing is, that’s just who Whoopi is. She’s no deep thinker like Tucker or Darren Beattie, no genius for public relations and being charismatic like Trump, no bureaucratic mastermind like Ron DeSantis. Heck, she’s not even as bright as some CNN personalities, though she and Brian Stelter might rival each other for being at the rock bottom of sex appeal.
Whoopi is currently on a pro-abortion kick, going fully back to the “my body, my choice” line. In early May, for example, she went on a long rant about abortion and her body, saying:
“You got people telling me I gotta wear a mask, or don’t wear a mask, or do this. Everybody wants to tell me what to do! This is my body!
“My doctor, and myself, and my child — that’s who makes the decision [about abortion].
“Women, when they decide something is not right for them, they’re going to take it into their own hands. We got tired of tripping over [other] women in public bathrooms who were giving themselves abortions because there was nowhere safe, nowhere clean, nowhere to go.”
That last line is almost entirely made up; it’s just not what was happening. But how could Whoopi be expected to know that?