Now that swing voter Justice Anthony Kennedy has vacated the Supreme Court, the fate of abortion rests on everyone's mind, and leftists are now in a competition to see who can look the most ridiculous when crying outrage.
The catty co-hosts of "The View" are certainly going for the gold, with Whoopi Goldberg loudly exclaiming to President Trump's future SCOTUS pick "get out of my vagina," even though abortion has nothing to do with her vagina.
In response to a clip from President Trump at a rally calling for more conservative judges, Whoopi launched into a long-winded rant about how Republicans "don't care" about women's rights and will take them away:
I don't like hearing, again, that I’m trying to take your rights away. I have to tell you, as a woman, I think you're trying to take my rights away. Okay? You don't care.
And as a person, who believes in the constitution which tells me that I have the right to be myself and do the things I want to do, and I don't have to listen to what your religion is, and I don't have to listen to what you want it to be I have to make sure that as an American citizen, I'm doing the right stuff and taking care of business.
I don't like this line that I, as a Democrat, or an independent or whatever is trying to take away anything from you. I'm trying to hold onto my personal rights so that you can have the rights you want. See? Because if you take mine, I feel like you're the one with the problem. If you take my right away from me, to judge what I do for my family and my body, I got a little problem with that. You got a problem. You don't want people to take your guns? Get out of my behind! Get out of my vagina! Get out!
The lone Republican, Meghan McCain, then countered Whoopi's rant by saying the Constitution guarantees people "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness," which thereby includes protection for unborn children. Whoopi then went on to confuse what the Constitution means, by saying the government guarantees her a right to abortion, even though the Constitution is about natural rights which the government cannot infringe upon:
You have the right not to have an abortion. That's your interpretation of your — listen. You are not — I'm not okay when people say, "Listen I want my stuff, but you can't have yours."
The government has said I have the right if I need an abortion, that I can have one. And I feel that you have every right to have the guns you want. There are some guns I feel shouldn't be out there, but I don't say you can't have your damn guns. I don't want anybody saying to me, "I'm going to make this decision for you because I know how your life is, and I know how you feel and I know what your religious beliefs are." You don't, and you don't know my life, and if there was even a modicum of belief that somebody gave us a dog gon — and I'm not talking about you. I'm talking about the big government.
If I thought that they gave a damn about children and being able to raise them. If somebody has a kid because they can't raise them, they throw them out the window. Come on!