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5 times Whoopi Goldberg was FORCED to apologize for snide remarks on ‘The View’

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Goldberg apologized for her comments associating conservative youth attending the Turning Point USA summit with neo-Nazi protesters outside the venue

“The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg had to apologize again, this time for her comments linking young conservatives attending the conservative group Turning Point USA’s summit in Tampa, Fla., to protesters marching outside the event showed up with Nazi flags and anti-Semitic posters.

“You let them in knowing what they were, so you’re complicit,” Goldberg had said. But later apologized for the comment. “In Monday’s conversation about Turning Point USA, I put the young people at the conference in the same category as the protesters outside, and I don’t like people making assumptions about me. And it’s no better if I guess instead of other people what I’ve done. So, my fault, I’m sorry,” Goldberg said while apologizing during the show.

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1) Yelling at the co-hosts of The View

“On Monday we talked about there being open neo-Nazi protesters ahead of the Turning Point USA group’s Florida Student Action Summit,” Haines said on the July 25 episode of The View.

ABC News received a cease and desist letter from Turning Point USA on July 26, demanding it “retract the defamatory statements” made on The View earlier this week or face legal action.

The letter read: “TPUSA’s reputation has undoubtedly been tarnished and the false statements of fact made during the July 25 segment of The View brought the organization and its student partners into disrepute with the public, potential donors and current and prospective donors business partners and represented a significant financial loss to the organization.”

Goldberg has been slammed several times recently for her behavior and statements during the show on live television. Here are some of the moments she was forced to apologize for it

On July 12, 2022, before she went on commercial break, Goldberg stunned her audience by yelling at her co-hosts live on air. She even cut off special guest co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin discussing politics.

3) Derogatory remark about the Holocaust

On June 24, 2022, while discussing “gentle parenting,” Goldberg said, “Sometimes you have to be an a** to be a parent.” Fans of the show were quick to chide the comedian on Twitter for her language.

One Twitter user wrote: “To paraphrase Whoopi Goldberg, ‘Sometimes you have to be an asshole to be a parent.’ Gentle parenting must not blur the lines, who is the parent and who is the child, and how people choose to raise their children should not even be up for debate. Do what works for you.”

According to a New York Times article, Goldberg was temporarily suspended from the show after making derogatory remarks about the Holocaust. She was suspended for two weeks for insisting during the show that the Holocaust “wasn’t about race.”

Goldberg also drew spiteful hatred online after trying to imply that the US is no different than Saudi Arabia in that it “deprives women of protections and forbids women to have control over their bodies.” The 66-year-old actress spoke about the US Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v Wade and slammed the decision while President Joe Biden visited Saudi Arabia, where he met Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, commonly known as MBS, in Al Salam with the Faust crashed into the Royal Palace on July 15, 2022.

“We’re saying we’re not going to talk to these people, we’re not going to, and all of a sudden you have to figure out how to talk to them because you have to deal with them, but, but I just wanted to read something someone told me gave. However, he didn’t have to go to Saudi Arabia to find a country that violates human rights or opposes women because many states that we live in do the same,” Goldberg said on the show.

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