Whoopi Goldberg’s idiocy reached new levels with what she said about BLM

Whoopi Goldberg

The View’s Whoopi Goldberg shouldn’t be talking about something she knows nothing about. But once again, she’s made that mistake.

And now Whoopi Goldberg’s idiocy has reached new levels with these comments she made about BLM.

Whoopi Goldberg lashed out at country music artist Jason Aldean, saying that the lines to his new song are “racist” and that the Black Lives Matter criminals who looted and burned shops were just “taking care” of their cities.

The comments were made by Goldberg on Thursday’s episode of “The View” on ABC, following the uproar surrounding Aldean’s latest album, “Try That in a Small Town.” She claimed that the Black Lives Matter rioters were just like the hometown heroes in Aldean’s music video.

“He’s talking about people taking care of each other, and I find it so interesting that it never occurred to Jason or the writers that that’s what these folks were doing,” Goldberg said.

“They were taking care of the people in their town because they didn’t like what they saw, just like you’re talking about people taking care of each other in small towns. We do the same thing in big towns.”

Despite the absence of any reference to “Black Lives Matter,” Goldberg once again criticized Aldean of using the song as a commentary on the movement.

After Goldberg, co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin pointed out that there were opposing viewpoints and implied that, while Aldean likely didn’t want for the song to be interpreted in the manner some have interpreted it, the words had reminded her of white people hunting down black people in city streets.

Later, Sunny Hostin chimed in, claiming that she couldn’t give Aldean the benefit of the doubt since she’d been to Macon, GA (his hometown) and found it to be a “racist” place.

Hostin stated she had spent her childhood summers in Macon and Augusta, Georgia, because her father was from those areas as well. “It is one of the most racist places in this country,” she declared.

“Don’t tell me that he knew nothing about what that imagery meant and what he – so I don’t give him the benefit of the doubt.”

She continued that the song reminded her of a time when black people felt less secure after dark in certain regions.

She voiced her displeasure, saying, “We have a problem about race in this country, and the biggest problem is, we refuse to admit that it exists!”

And Joy Behar said it was racist to imply there’s a value gap between rural areas and urban centers.

How much more idiotic can The View get?

It’s obvious to just about everyone that major cities in America and rural areas in America have vastly different ideas about values and morals and ethics.

To suggest that pointing that out is “racist” is just trumpy dumb. There’s no other way to say it.

Spare us the virtue signaling and absolutely mindless takes, Goldberg, Hostin, and Behar.

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