Whoopi Goldberg says ‘no abortion’ is not one of the Ten Commandments. Oops, who wants to tell her?

‘The View’ co-hosts pollute the airwaves with their asinine takes on a daily basis but Whoopi Goldberg came up with a real doozy by invoking the Ten Commandments to defend the right of women to kill their unborn children.

On Monday’s edition of the ABC daytime blabfest, the topic was once again Trump after the presumptive GOP nominee gave Americans his policy on abortion and that the decision should be left up to the states.

Goldberg, whose real name is Caryn Elaine Johnson, cited no more authoritative source than the Ten Commandments to explain to the mouth-breathers in her audience and her fellow left-wing harpies around the table why abortion should be legal, claiming that the stone tablets that Moses carried down from Mount Sinai bearing the words of God didn’t specifically prohibit infanticide.

“No one is obligated to have an abortion. You never have to have one, and I hope no one ever has to have one,” she said. “I want to make sure that if you decide this is what you need to do, I’m going to get behind you because I don’t know your life, and if you say this is what you need, that’s what I’m going to do.”

She then offered up a range between 50 weeks and 75,000 weeks to state that it was “nobody’s business” before her wildly false suggestion that the Almighty carved out an abortion exemption for his commandment “Thou Shalt Not Kill.”

“It’s you, your doctor, and God. That’s who you have to be conversational to, and it’s not mentioned in the big ten, I’m just going to say,” Goldberg said, referring to the tablets.

“I think ‘thou shall not kill’ cannot be used as the block because we allow wars all the time,” she added.

The acclaimed theologian was ridiculed by X users for her jaw-droppingly clueless rant.

Not to be outdone, the race-obsessed diva of dumbness Sunny Hostin provided another memorable moment when she claimed that the solar eclipse and earthquakes were caused by climate change.

“All those things together, would maybe lead one to believe that either climate change exists, or something is really going on,” Hostin said.

“Earthquakes are not at the mercy of climate change,” Behar corrected her. “It’s underground.”

“The eclipse, and they’ve known about the eclipse coming because eclipses happen and they actually can say when these things are going to happen. So all these folks who are saying, you know, it’s a sign from God — God doesn’t give you warning. Ok?” Goldberg chimed in. “You think he gave people at the Tower of Babble a warning? “Oh, I’m about to jack y’all up?” No. God does stuff and then you figure, oh.”

“Try to imagine being so dumb that you actually need Whoopi Goldberg to bail you out,” one X user observed.

Monday’s show was truly an I.Q. draining experience for all who tuned in.

Chris Donaldson


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