The View ignores Whoopi Goldberg’s time-out on first day after suspension

The cast of the View tried their hardest to ignore the elephant in the room on their first day without co-host Whoopi Goldberg, who was suspended this week for claiming that the Holocaust was “not about race.”

Joy Behar momentarily acknowledged the news at the top of the show before moving on to the usual fare of bashing conservatives, Fox News reported.

The View ignores Goldberg’s suspension

After briefly noting Goldberg’s two-week ban, Behar said, “OK,” and the show continued with a hostile discussion of Neil Gorsuch.

It was the third agonizing day of a very awkward week for the show, which was thrown into chaos Monday when Goldberg claimed that the Holocaust was not about race because the Jews murdered in the Nazi genocide were “white,” despite Hitler’s very clear views to the contrary.

Goldberg — who some critics note appears to have a Jewish stage name — is said to be “livid” and “humiliated” and is thinking about quitting, the New York Post reported.

A source told the newspaper that Goldberg is frustrated because she followed ABC’s “playbook” for seeking absolution from the ravenous, race-obsessed liberal mob: she went on woke scold Stephen Colbert’s late-night show to give a hostage statement, and then offered another on her show Tuesday morning.

“She feels ABC executives mishandled this,” the source said. “She followed their playbook. She went on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ and then apologized again on ‘The View’ the next day.”

Goldberg, co-hosts angry

To add insult to injury, Goldberg was subjected to a stern lecture on her own show from the Anti-Defamation League’s Jonathan Greenblatt, who is a notorious promoter of woke censorship, before executives decided to pull the plug.

Despite her numerous apologies, ABC decided that Goldberg’s ritual humiliation hadn’t gone far enough, and they suspended her for two weeks.

“While Whoopi has apologized, I’ve asked her to take time to reflect and learn about the impact of her comments. The entire ABC News organization stands in solidarity with our Jewish colleagues, friends, family, and communities,” ABC News President Kim Godwin said in a statement.

While Goldberg is naturally aggrieved, her co-hosts are also said to be very upset. Fellow race-monger Ana Navarro defended Goldberg as “not an anti-Semite, period.”

“Whoopi is a lifelong ally to the Jewish community. She is not an anti-Semite, period. I am sad. And I have nothing else to say,” she said.

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