Whoopi Goldberg falsely claims Sessions wants to bring back slavery, video removed from YouTube

Whoopi GoldbergSen. Jeff Sessions, R-S.C., has become the left’s latest target after he was named to be President-elect Donald Trump’s Attorney General.  One of those engaging in the smear of Sessions is “The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg, who falsely claimed the GOP senator wants to bring back slavery.

Fellow co-host Paula Faris said she felt optimistic about who will be involved in the Trump administration but not Goldberg.

“I’m an optimist, too. I’m an optimist, too. This doesn’t make me optimistic. This pisses me off. We have fought in the country. I listen to people trying to put stuff behind you. Listen. The Native Americans who were here before everybody had trouble, OK? So we tried to fix that, we tried to make it better. We tried to do stuff in this country to make it better. If you’re talking about it’s a backward move to do civil rights, what are you even running? Why don’t you just stay home if that’s how you feel. Because this is America. Black people are not goin’ anywhere. They’re not going to be slaves anymore so take that out of your head. Muslims who are born here are not going anywhere. We’re not going anywhere. I don’t know why you don’t get this part,” she said.

Grabien said: “The View posted a video of this segment to their YouTube channel, but later removed it.”

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Truth Revolt added: “Goldberg’s rants have never been censored on the channel to the best of our knowledge before so, we’re not sure what it is that crossed the line in the producers’ minds.”

The video can still be seen at Grabien.

H/T NewsBusters


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