April 23, 2024

The shrill, perpetually angry ladies of “The View” always make for Must-Miss TV, unless you enjoy feeling like someone’s taken a dental saw to your skull, but Monday’s episode featured a notably vitriolic, incomprehensible diatribe by co-host Whoopi Goldberg. 

She went into a fury when discussing the question made famous by Ronald Reagan during a 1980 debate against incumbent president Jimmy Carter: “Are you better off than you were four years ago?” 

Remember when we had a president who could get through a sentence?

Personally, when an incumbent is running for reelection, I think perhaps the only question that’s essential to ask is, are things better than when they took office? But not to Whoopi—she thinks the question is “stupid” and starts off by rambling on about people’s memories. If you can understand just what the heck she is saying, you are a better person than I am.

“The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg claimed Americans had “short memory issues” on Monday while discussing a question posed by Republicans about whether people felt “better off” than they were four years ago.

“So why is it some people are having short memory issues? There are plenty of other reasons to feel good about where we actually are. Why isn’t that tracking?” she asked. 

It’s our memory that’s at fault? My memory tells me that four years ago, we didn’t have crippling inflation, millions of illegal aliens crossing our southern border, and back-breaking interest rates. 

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Then—predictably—she goes down the racial road, and once again, I have absolutely no idea what she’s getting at, I only know that she was heavily triggered.

Black people, we were not in this insanity of trying to figure out why our history’s no longer welcome in the educational system. Women were realizing something was happening. If you were coming from another country, if you were coming to this country to find a better life, you were not welcome. Listen. It wasn’t a good time for lots of people.

If forced to interpret this nonsense, I guess I would say that she’s angry that there’s been a backlash against the divisive CRT and DEI ideologies, she’s obsessed with abortion, and she thinks illegal aliens should be welcomed. But I’m just guessing here.

It’s at the end of her diatribe, however, when she fills with righteous anger and really heads off the rails, raging nonsensically about “dead people.”

All you have to do is ask, are we better off than we were? Ask the thousands of people who are no longer here. That’s how you know if we’re better off. Ask their families. Are they better off without their loved ones? 

What a stupid question! It’s a stupid question and disrespectful to the American people in my opinion, in my humble opinion.

What?! This is absolute gobbledygook. People die during every administration; that is the rhythm of life, Whoopi. If you’re talking about those who died from COVID, more people have passed away during Biden’s tenure than Trump’s. So what the heck is your point?

Her permanent, incomprehensible outrage is hard to take when she makes millions a year just for sitting in a chair and spouting out nonsense.

But we know why she’s so mad. It’s not the question she doesn’t like—it’s the answer. You see, we can be sure she’s seen the recent Fox Poll that asked if people were better off than they were four years ago, and only 22 percent of respondents said yes. 

Fifty-two percent said they were worse off.

Oopsie, Whoopi, that’s what’s really got in your craw because you will manically support Biden despite all the evidence that he’s been an absolute disaster on so many levels. Pundits like you can keep telling us not to believe our own experiences, but thankfully it appears that more and more people are starting to wake up and tune you out.


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