Whoopi says GOP claims of broken hearts over Texas shooting makes her want to ‘punch somebody’

(Video: ABC)

The liberal harpies on ABC’s “The View” are doing their part in the push for gun control following the senseless shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that left 19 young school children and two adults dead, attacking the Republican Party.

As expected, they had plenty of help from MSNBC in distracting from the very obtainable task of better protecting schools to prevent disturbed gunmen from gaining entrance to push headlong for gun control — borrowing from the script that exploited the death of George Floyd to mainstream the notion that America is an inherently racist nation.

Co-host Whoopi Goldberg didn’t seem to grasp that she was employing violent rhetoric to oppose gun violence.

“What are we doing? Why are we always at square one with this? And I swear to god, if I see another Republican senator talk about their heart being broken, I’ma go punch somebody,” she said. “I can’t take it. And your ‘thoughts and prayers.’ If your thoughts and prayers were really with everybody, you’d have done something by now.”

Of course, Whoopi knows if she does punch someone, her armed security will ensure there’s no retaliation.

Co-host Joy Behar chimed in to agree, reading from her cue card to take a shot at the GOP while furthering the focus on the instrument of death instead of the person responsible — who was reportedly arrested four years earlier after boasting to the very year that he would shoot up a school as a high school senior.

“I want them to stop gaslighting me also. Stop saying it’s not guns that kill people, it’s people that kill people. It’s guns that kill people, okay? Stop saying the opposite. Stop saying that mental illness is behind this,” Behar said. “There’s mental illness in every country in the world, and they don’t have this problem.”

Ana Navarro, the alleged conservative representation at the table, didn’t disappoint the show’s executives in bashing the GOP.

“What happened after Sandy Hook? We didn’t pass legislation. We taught kids how to do more drills, and we invented bulletproof backpacks,” Navarro said. “And so I would like Republicans — and let’s just say Republicans, because they are the ones that are standing in the way. It is not Congress. Congress, the House of Representatives, has passed a gun reform bill that’s been sitting in the Senate now for months and months. It’s going to get called up again. Republicans are being held hostage by the NRA, which is a gun lobby and a special interest that holds the purse strings.”

Taking her exaggerated rhetoric to another level — a likely auditioning for a permanent seat at the table — Navarro distorted the Republican position on a number of social issues while calling for “banning guns.”

“So I would like Republicans to show the same energy that they do for banning books, and banning conversations about gays, and banning conversations about black history, and regulating my uterus, I want them to show the same energy for banning guns,” she spewed. “There is no reason why an 18-year-old should have access to weapons of war that can kill children in a matter of seconds.”

The liberal ladies on “The View” had no criticism of Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., who blocked a school safety bill on Wednesday while pushing for universal background check requirements for firearm purchases — which would not have prevented Tuesday’s shooting. The bill would require the Department of Homeland Security to establish a “Federal Clearinghouse on School Safety Best Practices.”

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough carried his share of water for the left, calling Republicans “barbarians.”

“You’re the weakest, most feckless pathetic liars to say we can’t do something about [these shootings]. We can do something about it,” Scarborough claimed.

Going one better, MSNBC’s angry, race-obsessed host Joy Reid railed on about whether the “rivers of blood” will ever “run deep enough” to bring about a change in policy position.

“Please spare me the ‘don’t politicize these deaths BS,’” Reid said.

“Their tolerance for blood and the NRA’s tolerance for slaughter are bottomless,” she said of Republicans, the remark sanctioned by NBC Universal and parent company Comcast.

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