There are days when you ingest a certain piece of media that leaves your jaw on the floor, unable to process what you just saw.
Liberalism of the Western ilk has long been out of control. With the onset of COVID, however, we’ve all witnessed the pure evil surrounding the ideology which happens to inform the Democrat Party platform.
What we have today almost ventures beyond what we knew evil to be: an anti-white, anti-family, anti-parent, anti-freedom, openly supportive of unborn murders, man hating, race baiting — the list goes on.
Not only are liberals’ views beyond the pale, but they seem to have a certain control over the means of broadcasting and the platforms to which ideas are disseminated, thus creating a massive propaganda machine with little to no alternative.
On Monday, America bore witness to just how insane liberal media pundits have gotten.
“The Holocaust isn’t about race,” Whoopi Goldberg, born Caryn Elaine Johnson, said.
“No, it’s not about race.”
The state of the Left, everyone.
The left-leaning host of ABC’s The View argued that race was not a factor in the systematic killing of millions of Jews and other “undesirables” because the victims of the Nazi killings were “white groups.”
When her co-hosts insisted that it was, citing the fact that the Nazis viewed groups such as Jews and Gypsies as different and inferior ethnic groups, Goldberg stood pat.
After further challenges from her co-hosts, Goldberg blurted an anti-white hot take that took the country by storm.
“But these are two white groups of people,” Goldberg retorted.
Sparks fly as The View panel confronts Whoopi after she says "the Holocaust isn't about race. No. It's not about race."
"Well, the considered Jews a different race," Joy Behar says.
"But it's about white supremacy. It's about going after Jews and Gypsies," Ana Navarro adds. pic.twitter.com/GZwZSi2qXi
— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) January 31, 2022
The debate originated with a discussion of the decision by a Tennessee school district to remove the book Maus by Art Spiegelman from its curriculum given its “inappropriate language” and nudity, according to a report.
Maus tells the story of Spiegelman’s parents, who struggled to survive the Holocaust in Poland.
Seeing the error in her ways, Goldberg apologizes via a statement on Twitter. It’s yet to be seen whether she will apologize on The View, which has a wider reach, a bigger audience, and it’s where she made the original outlandish comment.
— Whoopi Goldberg (@WhoopiGoldberg) February 1, 2022
As void of humanity as liberalism is, all while claiming to stand up for humanity, it appears to be worse than ever imagined.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth