Whoopi Downplays Lib Terror at Pro-Life Group, Behar Touts Intimidation

Leftist extremists attacked Wisconsin Family Action’s pro-life organization Wisconsin Family Action over the weekend by setting fire to their office using a Molotov cocktail that was thrown in the building. But during Tuesday’s edition of ABC’s The View, Whoopi Goldberg refused to discuss the attack, suggesting “We don’t know who did that,” even though “If abortions aren’t safe then you aren’t either” was spray-painted outside. Joy Behar was also a co-host and spoke out about the intimidation of conservative justices in their homes.

As self-described Republican and guest co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin was trying to bring up how “there was an anti-abortion clinic that was targeted violently,” Goldberg interrupted to wave off any mention of the topic. “That’s the truth. We don’t know who did that. Let’s be really clear about that,” she declared.

Then she falsely claimed that protesters were gathering in front of the residences of conservative justices to intimidate and change their draft ruling regarding Roe v. Wade. “quietly protesting.”

In reality, there’s video of them using megaphones chanting/screaming loudly.  



Goldberg was adamant about the intimidation techniques and whined about it. “they allow people to protest across the street from abortion clinics…” “So, I think there’s a balance here to be met,”Before she went to the commercial, she had a heated argument.

Goldberg appeared to have suggested that Goldberg was balancing the use of intimidation tactics in an earlier segment. This was because her distortions of reality claimed the draft ruling to be intimidation.

GRIFFIN, I believe the best venue is the Supreme Court’s steps. I worry it could begin to look like intimidation when it’s at someone’s doorstep. I’m someone –

GOLDBERG: It’s so funny. It’s like Alito’s writings. To me, it looks exactly the same. It’s almost intimidating. Yeah, it’s kind of the same thing.

Behar joined the fray with her disgusting support of their home-based justice system. “But it also shows Alito what it feels like to lose your freedom of choice. He is unable to leave his house. So. maybe that’s a good lesson for them,”She cheered

Co-host Sunny Hostin, who’s supposedly a trained lawyer, lashed out at Republicans for decrying the intimidation tactics of the left, claiming they don’t support the First Amendment. “What’s interesting is, you have Republicans always talking about the Constitution and we have to think about Constitution and our constitutional rights,”She frowned.

Adding: “Yet, when we’re talking about the right to protest which is a constitutional right when we’re talking about our freedom of speech, which is just ingrained in the Constitution, Republicans don’t want to hear about it.” Hostin also bizarrely claimed conservatives cite the First Amendment for the right to privacy.

However, she was also fearful about the intimidation tactics as there are laws against intimidating judges at home.

Olay and Ensure both sponsored lucratively so that they could not discuss domestic terrorism. This was in spite of the fact that Olay is a big supporter of intimidation tactics. You can find their contact information here.

Below is the transcript. Click “expand to read:

ABC’s The View
April 10, 2022
Eastern 11:17.31

ALYSSA FARAH GRIFFIN : Thins, though. The First Amendment gives you the right to peacefully assemble. And so far, that’s what we’re seeing outside justice’s houses. The steps of Supreme Court are a better venue, and I’m not going to lie. I worry it could begin to look like intimidation when it’s at someone’s doorstep. I’m someone –

WHOOPI GOLDBERG: It’s so funny. The same goes for Alito’s writings. To me, it looks exactly the same. It’s almost intimidating. Yeah, it’s kind of the same thing.

JOY BEAR: This also shows Alito the pain of losing your freedom. He is unable to leave his house. So. Maybe that is a valuable lesson.


GRIFFIN: And I will say this, what I did think went too far is Lori Lightfoot, mayor of Chicago, put out a statement saying this is a “call to arms” talking about the potential decision around Roe v. Wade. It is reckless and damaging language. We don’t need that right now. It is time to bring the heat down and engage in a genuine discussion.


Eastern at 11:19.14

SUNNY HOSTIN – It is interesting that Republicans are always talking about Constitution, and we need to consider Constitution and our constitutional rights. You always hear it when it comes to the Second Amendment – truly a call to arms – you always think about it when they don’t want to wear their masks or they don’t want to be vaccinated. “I have my first amendment right to my privacy.”

Republicans won’t hear it if we are talking about right of protest, which is a constitutional right.


Eastern, 11:20:42

GRIFFIN – I’d like to mention that the language and the rhetoric matter. I think that’s a very good point you made, Sunny. Because of the violence at a clinic against abortion. This is unacceptable.

GOLDBERG (interrupting): Well, here’s the thing. Who did it?

BEHAR: Yeah.

GOLDBERG (inaudible): Who did this? This is the truth. No one wants to see anyone hurt. This is why they are quietly protesting. But, you know, they allow people to protest across the street from abortion clinics, screaming at women ‘how dare you’ and ‘murderer’ and all that stuff. It seems that there is an equilibrium here.


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