Whoopi Goldberg wreaks havoc on anyone who believes that getting an abortion is something that women do lightly on the view

Whoopi Goldberg wreaks havoc on anyone who believes that getting an abortion is something that women ...

While making a spooky and sensitive defense of abortion rights, Whoopi Goldberg defended it during a leaked version of the Supreme Court''s decision in June. Goldberg spoke on Tuesday mornings episode of The View, where she did not hold back her views about the consequences the Supreme Court''s decision will have. Goldberg, though, said she did not hesitate to hand over her comments on the subject.

Women in this country lived forever with it being unlawful, okay? Goldberg said. When they decide something is wrong for them, they will take it into their own hands. Well, we were tired of defrauding women in public restrooms because there was nowhere safe, nowhere clean, and nowhere to go. This bill enacted because people wanted people to have somewhere safe and somewhere clean.

As Goldberg became more enthused, she continued, there''s nothing to do with your religion. This is not a religious issue. This is a human issue.

"Getting an abortion is not easy," says.@WhoopiGoldberg. It''s not easy to make that decision. It''s not something people do lightly."

"If you don''t have the experience to understand that then you''re not looking out for me as a human being, and that is not acceptable," says pic.twitter.com/u1DPPSp0Zm.

The View (@TheView) May 3, 2022

Goldberg went to work debunking the notion that getting an abortion is easy or something that women do on awhim. She chastised anyone who approaches the delicate subject without a hoax of human decency:

I understand three things about getting an abortion: It is not easy. People do it lightly. It is not something that they can just do. If you begin this conversation with, you must know how hard it must be for you. If you don''t know how to make it lightly, then you should start making it by telling me that youre going to burn in Hell. If you don''t have the authority to look out for me as a human being, whether I follow your religion or not. And that isn''t acceptable.

Joy Behar, co-host, expressed her interest in her opinions, but she isn''t noticing what she''s seeing. I worry that this is just the beginning of Behar''s tweet, via Mediaite. Next, they''ll go after a gay marriage and maybe, perhaps Brown versus the Board of Education. They already eroded our voting rights a bit, so I see fascism down here.

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