Whoopi Claims Christians Want Doctors to Let Gays Die, Go Untreated

The anti-Christian bigotry of ABC’s The View continued to poison American discourse on Wednesday as co-host Whoopi Goldberg spewed a BIG LIE suggesting Christians, or “religious people” as she put it, wanted doctors to let gays die by not giving them medical treatment. She also hinted the Christian belief of a “right to life” didn’t extend to gays and didn’t cover the concept of war.

Speaking about the Respect for Marriage Act, which codified the ruling of Obergefell v. Hodges and gay marriage, and Republican support in the Senate, a majority of the cast (Goldberg, racist Sunny Hostin, and Joy Behar) thought it was hypocritical given their convictions on abortion and the right to life.

“I think people do see them very differently. If you have a religious or ideological confliction that says abortion is killing a life, that is a very different position than saying equal protection under the law,” co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin defended them.

This triggered Goldberg, who proceeded to raise the asinine question: “Where do [pro-lifers] stand on war?” Hostin agreed, calling it yet another inconsistency with their beliefs and actions, particularly when it comes to gun rights and self-defense.

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Objectively, the question was asked in bad faith (not like Whoopi has a solid grasp on faith to begin with). But as with any group that’s comprised of millions of people, opinions will vary. Of course, there will be conscientious objectors and pacifists; there’s also something to be said for taking action to stop atrocities, would-be murderers, and other justifiable reasons. There isn’t a one size fits all answer like the left likes to hoist on people.

Thinking that her big brain had Christians cornered with her broken logic, she shouted at “religious people” that they needed “to understand that those who do not follow or subscribe to your beliefs also have rights in this country.”

Concocting a false narrative designed to smear Christians, she suggested they wanted to have doctors let gays die by refusing them medical treatment:

But you don’t really have the right to stand and tell me that you’re a doctor, but you won’t take care of me because I’m gay! You know? You don’t have that right anymore. We got — we’ve fought because some people died trying to get to a doctor, and a doctor who would not see them.

“So, when you talk about right to life, whose life are we talking about?” she sneered, not citing any particular incident, legislation, or case. Ignorant of what she was talking about, Goldberg continued her shouting, saying, “Because if you are talking about what I believe and what you believe, when you have a Hippocratic Oath, you don’t draw a line. You don’t make those distinctions.”

Goldberg was near-screaming as she took things to a commercial break: “And so for me, I get very frustrated because I don’t mind you not believing as I believe. I mind when you try to get in my way when I’m talking for myself. That pisses me off to no end. We’ll be right back.”

Despite Goldberg’s lies, there was some intellectual honesty on the show from co-host Sara Haines. While she does lean left, is an “avid LGBTQ ally,” and is pro-choice, Haines defended Christians from the accusations of hypocrisy from the rest of the cast:

HAINES: If I was looking at it from the other side, I can see a difference. I can see that loving someone doesn’t hurt anyone if you believe that providing an abortion is murder, that would be –

HOSTIN: So, you’re looking at it through the religious angle.

HAINES: I’m saying, trying to look at it through the lens as someone – I don’t see it as inconsistent.

Hostin whined about how only 12 Republican senators supported the gay marriage bill, despite previously celebrating the passage of a gun control bill that had 10 GOP senators support it, and it was called “bipartisan” legislation. The racist lashed out at Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) interracial, heterosexual marriage and said that’s why he should have supported the gay marriage bill.

The View’s anti-Christian bigotry was made possible because of lucrative sponsorships from Vicks and Disney. Their contact information is linked.

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

ABC’s The View
November 30, 2022
11:05:47 a.m. Eastern

(…)

SARA HAINES: If I was looking at it from the other side, I can see a difference. I can see that loving someone doesn’t hurt anyone if you believe that providing an abortion is murder, that would be –

SUNNY HOSTIN: So, you’re looking at it through the religious angle.

HAINES: I’m saying, trying to look at it through the lens as someone – I don’t see it as inconsistent.

HOSTIN: I think that’s their position, but it’s a little bit hypocritical because the Republican Party is now out of step with the country. Right? And so, if you heard Joy, the majority of Americans agree with having access to safe abortions, with maybe some conditions. And the majority of Americans believe in gay marriage and believe there should be marriage equality.

What was fascinating to me was they keep on calling this a bipartisan bill, a bipartisan bill. Well, only 12 Republicans voted for it.

JOY BEHAR: Yeah, but God bless them for doing it.

HOSTIN: At least those 12, but then you have someone like Mitch McConnell who is in an interracial marriage who voted against it. So, that I think explains the entire Republican Party. They are out of step with their base, but they think they are in step with their base.

BEHAR: They’re inconsistent also.

(…)

11:07:59 a.m. Eastern

ALYSSA FARAH GRIFFIN: I think people do see them very differently. If you have a religious or ideological confliction that says abortion is killing a life, that is a very different position than saying equal protection under the law.

WHOOPI GOLDBERG: But I have a question about that. Because they say it’s protecting a life, it’s protecting a life. So, where do people stand on war?

BEHAR: Well, that’s something else.

HOSTIN: Well, that’s inconsistent with the Republicans also!

[Applause]

GOLDBERG: I’m just saying, you know, were —

HOSTIN: Or gun control.

GOLDBERG: If we’re going to talk about what, you know, what we should be doing – I mean, quite honestly, I need all of the religious people to understand that those who do not follow or subscribe to your beliefs also have rights in this country. They have the right not to believe. You don’t have to — I don’t have to believe what you believe. You don’t have to believe what I believe.

But you don’t really have the right to stand and tell me that you’re a doctor, but you won’t take care of me because I’m gay, you know? You don’t have that right anymore. We got — we’ve fought because some people died trying to get to a doctor, and a doctor who would not see them.

So, when you talk about right to life, whose life are we talking about? Because if you are talking about what I believe and what you believe, when you have a Hippocratic Oath, you don’t draw a line. You don’t make those distinctions.

And so for me, I get very frustrated because I don’t mind you not believing as I believe. I mind when you try to get in my way when I’m talking for myself. That pisses me off to no end.

We’ll be right back.

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