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Whoopi Goldberg Describes Unborn Human Life as 'Toxic Thing'

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Co-host of “The View” and actress Whoopi Goldberg suggested women are forced to carry a “toxic thing” after Roe v. Wade was overturned.

During an interview on “The Chris Cuomo Project” podcast Tuesday, Goldberg commented on her critics.

“People make their decisions about why they hate your guts. People hate my guts – they say, ‘You’re always talking about the negative aspect of stuff,'” Goldberg said.

She continued, “Well you know, I think it is negative that you changed a law that’s 50 years old that you didn’t do enough homework about to see what the consequences were gonna be for women.”

Goldberg argued not just “Black women, or Asian women or Hispanic women – just women in general. You changed the law without even saying, without even having the information of what that means for someone who has a difficulty in the pregnancy that requires that they not keep this toxic thing in.”

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She added, “And you think because there’s a heartbeat, you think there’s a heartbeat, you’re not thinking about, ‘Is the child viable? Does the child have a brain and hands and arms.’”

Goldberg suggested pro-life advocates are not “thinking about how did this little girl get pregnant. You’ve made no space.”

According to the actress, “The fact that you didn’t even have the courtesy to sit down with a doctor and say, ‘What are the various things that this entails?’ Now we’re trying to figure out what to do.”

Watch Goldberg’s comments below:

Do you think unborn human life is a "toxic thing"?

Goldberg was quick to voice her opinion on abortion after a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion showed most Supreme Court justices were expected to overturn Roe v. Wade.

“Getting an abortion is not easy, making that decision is not easy. It’s not something people do lightly! It’s not something you can just do! It is a hard, awful decision that people make,” Goldberg said at the time.

Additionally, she argued if viewers “don’t have the wherewithal to understand that, to start this conversation with, ‘I know how hard this must be for you,’ if you’re starting it by telling me I’m going to burn in hell, then you’re not looking out for me as a human being, whether I subscribe to your religion or not. And that is not OK.”

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