Whoopi Goldberg Gets Ravaged By Fans After Appearance On Popular Show


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If you are not a fan of Whoop Goldberg, rest assured, you are not alone as was proven during a recent episode of a popular ABC sitcom. The host of the ABC talk show “The View” appeared on an episode of “The Connors,” which is a sequel to the popular 1990s sitcom “Roseanne,” and the response from fans was brutal.

“The actress made an appearance as Mark Conner-Healy’s (played by Ames McNamara) intimidating music teacher, Ms. Holland Glen. However, it was later revealed that Holland had a complicated history with his grand-aunt Jackie Harris (Laurie Metcalf),” Express reported.

“I shut the Conners off tonight when I saw Whoopi. I’m done with that show after this,” one Twitter user said.

“Never miss The Connors but I definitely will tonight, so thanks for the heads up. Whoopi has made The View unwatchable. There is a limit to how much a viewer can take of ignorant, hateful & proud of it. When ABC chooses to spread her across the network, time to boycot sponsors,” another said.


“Is that why the ratings are down, they really want to crash and burn,” another Twitter user said.

“Never watch it, especially not with Whoopi,” another said.

“Another reason not to watch this liberal garbage. This show sucks so bad I cannot watch it anymore,” another said.


“Have not watched this show and will never watch this show! These actors threw Roseanne Barr under the bus! Whoopi is just trying to prop them up and help their ratings but it won’t work? Don’t watch her either!” another agitated person said.

“Never ever watch this show after they got rid of the biggest star Roseanne. Whoopi is not any longer someone I look up to as a comedienne she is too hateful now on the View and use of racism attacks we are in this country all races not what is being presented dividing us,” another said.

This week Fox News host Tucker Carlson has caused “The View” cohost Whoopi Goldberg to snap this week after he shared never before seen footage from the January 6 incident at the Capitol the actress and comedian likened it to the George Orwell book “1984.”

“Tucker Carlson took a page from George Orwell’s 1984 and told his viewers to reject the evidence of their eyes and ears,” she hilariously said on Tuesday’s show.


Hilarious because what Carlson did was actually provide the evidence that no one was allowed to see for two years and somehow, to Goldberg, that means he wants his viewers to ignore the evidence.

“You know, I don’t know what he’s playing at, but people saw what they saw, they saw what they saw. And they’ve seen what’s gone down with it, and no matter what, you can’t put this monkey back in the cage,” she said.

In the clip of Carlson’s show that “The View” played Carlson said “The crowd was an enormous crowd, a small percentage of them were hooligans.

“They committed vandalism, you’ve seen their pictures again and again, but the overwhelming majority weren’t,” he said.

“They were peaceful, they were orderly and meek. These were not insurrectionists, they were sightseers,” he said.

“Protesters queue up in neat little lines, they give each other tours outside the speaker’s office. They take cheerful selfies and they smile,” Carlson said.

“They’re not destroying the capitol, they obviously revere the capitol,” he said.


But Goldberg insulted Carlson’s audience when she said

“This was insurrection and just was what it was, so people are very upset. His viewers, maybe they’re going to buy it, I don’t know,” she said.

The chief of the U.S. Capitol Police issued a memo to his staff on Tuesday following the airing of previously unseen security footage by Fox News host Tucker Carlson which showed police officers appearing to stand passively as a large crowd entered the Capitol on January 6.

Police Chief Tom Manger condemned the comments made during the airing of the footage on Carlson’s Monday night program, stating that it was “filled with offensive and misleading conclusions” about the riot of January 6, 2021, when a group of people breached the U.S. Capitol building, causing disruptions to lawmakers who were in the process of certifying President Joe Biden’s 2020 election victory.

“The program conveniently cherry-picked from the calmer moments of our 41,000 hours of video,” Manger claimed. “The commentary fails to provide context about the chaos and violence that happened before or during these less tense moments.”


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