When it comes to sack fulls of nonsense polluting the airwaves, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more abundant source than the ladies of “The View.”
While it’s not at all shocking to hear liberal progressive poppycock spilling out of the mouth of host Whoopi Goldberg, her latest comment about riots during a conversation about the fallout that would ensue if Trump fired Special Counsel Robert Mueller is taking things to a whole new level.
According to Goldberg, watching such riots “would be fun to watch.”
Fox News Insider is reporting:
Goldberg made the remark on “The View” on Wednesday as the co-hosts speculated what would happen if Trump terminated the special counsel, who is investigating possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Following an FBI raid on Trump’s longtime personal attorney, Michael Cohen, there has been growing speculation that Trump could fire Mueller, Attorney General Jeff Sessions or Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Trump called the raid “disgraceful” and lambasted Mueller’s investigation as “an attack on our country.”
On “Your World,” conservative blogger Allie Beth Stuckey said Goldberg’s comment reflects how many on the left feel.
“They want this White House to be characterized by corruption and chaos. And I think they think that if he fires Mueller, that confirms all of their suspicions as well as, in their minds, precipitates impeachment, which they’ve been vying for” Stuckey said.
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The ladies on this show seem bound and determined to prove that Trump Derangement Syndrome is a real thing. All you have to do is look at their behavior on a daily basis and it becomes crystal clear.
It’s rather disturbing to see the left so obsessed with one man’s destruction that they are willing, excited even, to see people rip their city and each other apart in order to make it happen.
Have we as a nation become so politicized and so intolerant — to use a famous liberal buzzword in proper context — that we’re willing to slaughter one another gleefully to make a point or further an agenda?
Once upon a time we used to be able to dialogue respectfully, or at least in a more civilized manner than we do today.
Perhaps one day, when people like Goldberg stop fanning the flame, we’ll have an opportunity to get back to that.