Whoopi Warns Justice Thomas: They’ll ‘Come for You,’ Bring Back Slavery

With last Friday’s episode being prerecorded, Monday’s edition of The View was the first time the “rabidly pro-choice” coven was able to collectively shriek about the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. The tirades came with co-host Whoopi Goldberg issuing a warning to Justice Clarence Thomas that the court will take aim at his interracial marriage and possibly even rule he’s not a person again and bring back slavery.

Ironically broadcasting from the Bahamas (to celebrate 25 years of The View), Goldberg proclaimed she’s “very pro-life,” has “never been anti-life,” and issued her ominous warning against the Justice. “Well, you better hope that they don’t come for you,” she said, “we were not in the Constitution either. We were not even people in the Constitution.”

She proceeded to suggest the white conservatives on the court might turn on him and not only rule his interracial marriage to Ginni Thomas void but could also bring back slavery:

Well, you better hope that they don’t come for you, Clarence, and say you should not be married to your wife who happens to be white. Because they will move that, and you better hope that nobody says, you know, well, you’re not in the Constitution. You’re back to being a quarter of a person because that’s not going to work either.

Before saying that at Thomas, Goldberg lashed out at pro-life “female governors” who were celebrating the fate of Roe, “[T]hey want to be a voice for the silent, be a voice for the present. Be a voice for the ones you can also see,” she sneered, dismissing the unborn in the womb. “And stop saying to people that this is a win for all women because it’s not.”

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Continuing to ignore the “shout your abortion” movement and the women on social media literally throwing abortion parties, Goldberg again wrongly declared that “no one” “make[s] this horrific decision … with a smile on their face. Nobody.”

In another part of their screeching, co-host Ana Navarro doubled down on her ghoulish argument that her mentally disabled relatives should have been aborted:

I think it is hypocritical and wrong to ban a family from making their own choice of what’s best for them. Doesn’t mean that you don’t love your special needs family members, that you don’t adore them and they aren’t part of the family.

Killing your relative is a peculiar way to show you love them.

And beyond just her own family, Navarro made the same case for other kids by arguing that to avoid child abuse they needed to offed:

So, if they’re going to ban a family’s choice, there’s going to be more poor kids. There are going to be more kids in adoption. There’s going to be more kids in foster care. There’s going to be more abused kids.

Since Navarro still claims to be a Republican, she should know the pro-life movement has been relentless, yet she suggested “nobody ever thought that the dog would actually catch the bus.”

And no roundup of insane and asinine comments from The View would be complete with something from mentally unstable Sunny Hostin, who summarized the recent SCOTUS rulings as “it’s time to welcome all this new life, yet we can shoot them with our newly available, completely unrestricted guns.”

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The transcript is below, click “expand” to read:

ABC’s The View
June 27, 2022
11:05:17 a.m. Eastern

(…)

ANA NAVARRO: There was a Supreme Court leak of this decision. We’ve known for months that this was coming, and somehow it was still shocking. And I think it’s because for so many years it has been a political wedge issue, right?

And I think nobody ever thought that the dog would actually catch the bus. And so now we have to live with the consequences, and there’s just this, you know, the division in the country.

I thought to myself, what would have happened had we not had that leak a few months ago–

SUNNY HOSTIN: Oh my gosh.

NAVARRO: — and this come as a complete shock to America?

WHOOPI GOLDBERG:

JOY BEHAR: Do you think it would have been worse or better?

NAVARRO: I think it would have been much worse.

HOSTIN: It would have been worse.

SARA HAINES: Much worse.

HOSTIN: But I think what was fascinating to me because I kept the leak draft and I started comparing the leaked draft to the current opinion. I will tell you, they are almost identical.

GOLDBERG: Yeah.

HOSTIN: They are almost identical, and that part was really striking to me. And what I told you and I told Brian on the plane is that the court is basically saying to welcome, you know, it’s time to welcome all this new life, yet we can shoot them with our newly available, completely unrestricted guns.

HAINES: Right.

[Applause]

HOSTIN: So, you know, sort of that conflict, it was sort of shocking to me, and unbelievable that precedent doesn’t seem to matter anymore.

(…)

11:07:14 a.m. Eastern

NAVARRO: But that also brings up another point.

BEHAR: Yeah.

NAVARRO: Which is that Arkansas and so many of the states that have trigger laws ready and that are banning a person — a family’s choice, a woman’s choice also have the worst social services in America.

BEHAR: Yes. Always.

NAVARRO: So if you are — and look. This is a difficult conversation, and I know some people feel we shouldn’t be talking about social services. We shouldn’t be talking about special needs families, that we shouldn’t be talking about adoption and foster care. And those special services that are needed in this same conversation.

I disagree because I think it is hypocritical and wrong to ban a family from making their own choice of what’s best for them. Doesn’t mean that you don’t love your special needs family members, that you don’t adore them and they aren’t part of the family. But that we know from firsthand experience just how difficult it is to beg and plead for years some times to get some help.

So, if they’re going to ban a family’s choice, there’s going to be more poor kids. There are going to be more kids in adoption. There’s going to be more kids in foster care. There’s going to be more abused kids.

GOLDBERG: Right.

NAVARRO: There’s going to be a lot of other things, and those hypocritical states need to step up and provide the services.

(…)

11:10:16 a.m. Eastern

GOLDBERG: The idea that any of these female governors who are sitting there talking about, you know, they want to be a voice for the silent, be a voice for the present. Be a voice for the ones you can also see. And stop saying to people that this is a win for all women because it’s not.

The whole idea of this, and again, I’m going to say it. We know it’s not — everybody doesn’t agree, but we can all agree on one thing. You and your family have the right to decide what works for you, and what works for your family. That you can decide. You can decide, “no. I will never have an abortion” because that’s what the law allows. It says, I don’t have to do that, but if you find that you need one, or you find that you have to do this, or if there’s incest — think of all the horrible things.

HOSTIN: The exceptions.

GOLDBERG: That would cause you to make this horrific decision that no one makes with a smile on their face. No body. That’s what this is about. That’s what we’re talking about. This isn’t you have to. This is about you have the right to make the decision.

(…)

11:19:54 a.m. Eastern

GOLDBERG: It’s not anybody else’s decision, and I want to make things very clear. I’m very pro-life. I’ve never been anti-life. I want people to have the lives they want, but I don’t want to force anybody — I don’t want anybody coming in my house telling me how to raise my daughter and what she needs because they don’t know.

And I appreciate everybody’s religion, but I do not subscribe to your religion. I don’t ask you to subscribe to mine, and you do not have the right based on your religious beliefs to tell me.

Because what’s next? As Clarence Thomas is signaling, they would like to get rid of contraception. Do you understand, sir? No, because you don’t have to use it.

BEHAR: But that’s crazy. But that’s crazy.

GOLDBERG: But they don’t have to use it!

BEHAR: That is insane.

HOSTIN: Everything is on the menu now. Contraception is on the menu. Gay marriage is now —

GOLDBERG: Well, he better hope — we were not in the Constitution either. We were not even people in the Constitution.

HOSTIN: He’s saying nothing is precedent anymore.

GOLDBERG: Well, you better hope that they don’t come for you, Clarence, and say you should not be married to your wife who happens to be white. Because they will move that, and you better hope that nobody says, you know, well, you’re not in the Constitution. You’re back to being a quarter of a person because that’s not going to work either.

(…)

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