Whoopi Mocks Conservatives Who Lost Everything In Tornadoes: ‘There Hasn’t Been Much Denying Of Climate Change’
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MARCH 24: Whoopi Goldberg attends a conversation and screening for MGM+'s "Godfather Of Harlem" at The 92nd Street Y, New York on March 24, 2023 in New York City. (Photo by Dominik Bindl/Getty Images)
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Whoopi Goldberg mocked conservatives during Thursday’s broadcast of “The View,” claiming that she hadn’t heard as many people denying climate change since their houses had been “blown down … for the fourth or the fifth time.”

Goldberg joined her co-hosts on the ABC midday talk show in a preemptive post-mortem of the Republican Party in the wake of former President Donald Trump’s indictment on Tuesday — beginning with co-host Joy Behar’s claim that the party would never win another election.


Behar went on to claim that people would refuse to vote Republican because they didn’t want to see more school shootings or tornadoes, appearing to suggest that voting Democrat would somehow prevent those things from happening.

Co-host Sunny Hostin argued that Republicans were “the party of dinosaurs,” claiming that they couldn’t win without “cheating” because they had no real platform and relied instead on “grievance politics.” She also claimed that Republicans were using unfair districting maps (gerrymandering) in order to retain power — despite the fact that the most egregious example of gerrymandering is Illinois, where the district maps were drawn by Democrats to their clear advantage.


That was when Goldberg chimed in, saying with a laugh that at least it had been a while since she had heard many Republicans vocally decrying the reality of climate change.

“I’ve noticed in the last, I don’t know, seven months, there hasn’t been much denying of climate change going on,” she smirked. “You haven’t heard them — it used to be, ‘I don’t believe it, it’s never happened, it’s never happened —’ and now they are like, ‘Yeah, I think my house just got blown down … for the fourth or fifth time.'”

“Because another … you know, there’s been so much evidence saying something is wrong,” she concluded.


Tornadoes have killed dozens of Americans in the last couple of weeks alone, with more than 20 losing their lives in Mississippi in late March and another seven in Tennessee just a week later.

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