Whoopi makes innuendo and explicit gestures during voting discussion

Whoopi Goldberg’s interview on “The View” took a scandalous turn when the co-host cackled on about voting issues, making innuendos and inappropriate hand gestures to her audience.

Once again, Goldberg took an ordinary comment concerning voting and somehow turned it into a sexual reference, getting raised eyebrows and stunned looks from her fellow co-hosts on Tuesday.

Goldberg was attempting to make a point about polls and voting that seemed to accidentally skew sideways into raunchiness.

“This is not about them, this is about us,” she asserted referring to the candidates in the upcoming presidential election. “We make this decision. I don’t like polls because polls can be manipulated. I like it when somebody goes in and they vote.”

“I like when somebody puts the thing in the box and they walk back. You know, because you can then see what someone did,” she said making illustrative hand gestures before realizing what she had done.

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“I know that sounded worse than I meant it,” Goldberg said to shocked co-host Sara Haines who nervously laughed at the sexual innuendo.

The rest of the women on “The View” laughed as co-host Sunny Hostin responded to Goldberg, “It did, yeah.”

Goldberg tried to make a joke of it and insisted, “I know where it came from now!”

The awkward conversation kicked off as the women discussed former Wyoming Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney threatening to run in 2024 on a third-party presidential ticket in a desperate and lame attempt to stop former President Trump from getting reelected.

Surprising no one in the least, co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin started hyperventilating, telling the panel that the U.S. is “careening into dictatorship” if Trump gets reelected as president.

The accusation that Trump is somehow a dictator has become even more of a mantra on the left as Democrats see President Biden cratering in the polls over his disastrous policies and Trump getting more popular by the day.

“I cannot raise enough alarm bells about how dangerous he is,” Griffin proclaimed on Monday concerning Trump, who she claims is already prepping his 2024 White House staff.

Hostin wondered aloud if Americans are listening to those accusing Trump of being a dictator like Griffin did. The polls reflect that they aren’t and that Trump will become the Republican nominee with an excellent chance of trouncing Biden in the upcoming election.

She then gushed that “Liz Cheney is our savior” because she “stands on democracy.”

“I would consider this sort of split ticket that she’s talking about,” Hostin claimed, while Goldberg inserted herself once again into the fray and claimed that everyone thought she was “crazy” when she proposed the idea of a split ticket years ago.

Cheney has previously vowed to stop Trump from regaining the presidency no matter what. She’s once again making the media rounds promoting her new book, “Oath and Honor: A Memoir and a Warning,” while smearing the former president.

Her book focuses on the fallout of the 2020 presidential race and the events surrounding Jan. 6. Cheney described Trump as “the most dangerous man ever to inhabit the Oval Office,” according to ABC News.

“Several years ago, I would not have contemplated a third-party run … I happen to think democracy is at risk at home, obviously, as a result of Donald Trump’s continued grip on the Republican Party, and I think democracy is at risk internationally as well,” Cheney, who sat on the leftist House select committee that investigated the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, told the Washington Post Monday.

“There are a majority of the voters in this country who are too responsible to entrust Donald Trump with the authority of the White House and the authority of the presidency,” she added. “So I think a large part of the task going into ’24 is talking to those people and just making sure they have the facts in front of them.”

Cheney’s deep animosity for Trump goes on and on and on.

“We face threats that could be existential to the United States and we need a candidate who is going to be able to deal with and address and confront all of those challenges. That will all be part of my calculation as we go into the early months of 2024,” she told the Washington Post in her interview.

“I think that the situation that we’re in is so grave, and the politics of the moment require Independents and Republicans and Democrats coming together in a way that can help form a new coalition, so that may well be a third-party option,” Cheney told USA Today.

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