Whoopi Goldberg rails about SCOTUS abortion case, screaming men can’t have babies… but wait!

“The View” co-host Whoopie Goldberg ranted over the Mississippi abortion case argued Wednesday before the U.S. Supreme Court claiming that men should not have any say in what happens to a “fetus” in suggesting that they cannot physically birth a child, though LGBTQ activists and others have claimed otherwise.

“Do any of you men have any eggs or the possibility of carrying a fetus? How dare you talk about what a fetus wants,” she railed to audience cheers. “You have no idea.”

“I’m fine if you disagree with abortion, I have no problem with that. My problem comes when you tell me what I need to do with my doctor and my family. How dare you. How dare you,” she ripped.

Millions of Americans have used the same argument to push back on President Biden’s and state and local COVID-19 vaccine mandates, only to be told by some of the same people — including Goldberg — that they don’t have a choice in the matter when it comes to a virus, even one with a very low death rate.

Nevertheless, Goldberg was ratioed online by social media users who picked up on the left’s gender/LGBTQ/abortion hypocrisy.

The Mississippi law bars abortions after 15 weeks; the law was never enforced after it was passed in 2018, however, because it was blocked by subsequent federal courts. The state is challenging the constitutionality of the Supreme Court’s 1973 landmark ruling legalizing the procedure in all 50 states known as Roe v. Wade.

Mississippi’s legal team argued that the decision to restrict or allow abortions should again be returned to states.

“The Roe decision shackles states to a view of facts that is decades old, such that while science, medicine, technology, and culture have all rapidly progressed since 1973, duly enacted laws on abortion are unable to keep up,” argued Lynn Fitch, Mississippi’s attorney general. “The Supreme Court can return decision-making about abortion policy to the elected leaders and allow the people to empower women and promote life.”

Jon Dougherty


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