As reported by: RRV As most everyone has heard by now, the extreme far leftist Whoopi Goldberg showed her true colors to the entire world last week as she completely lost her ever loving mind while she tried to debate Jeanine Pirro on “The View.”
It’s epic to watch, Pirro at one point during the interview told Whoopi the cold truth that she is suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome. To which Whoopi responded by coming unraveled and started screaming at Pirro which obviously proved the judge was correct about her initial comment about Whoopi’s state of mind.
But later it was reported that things didn’t end there as they got much worse backstage. Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro confirmed yesterday on Sean Hannity’s radio show that the “Whoopi Derangement” didn’t end on stage as the judge claims that backstage Goldberg got in her face & repeatedly screamed at her to “get the f**k out of this building!”
But over the weekend things have gotten even worse for Whoopi. Infowars is now reporting that over 130k people have signed the online petition to have her fired from The View.
“Over 100,000 people have signed a petition calling for Whoopi Goldberg to be fired from her job hosting The View on ABC after she blew up on Jeanine Pirro during a segment last week. The original petition called for 50,000 signatures in response to Whoopi allegedly screaming and spitting at Pirro, but that goal has been raised to 150,000 after an overwhelming turnout. Once completed, the petition papers will be sent to the front door of ABC studios in Burbank, Ca.
Here is more on this feud via Fox News: “The ongoing feud between Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro and “The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg spilled into its second day on Friday, with each telling her version of Pirro’s headline-grabbing appearance on the ABC News talk show.
Pirro appeared on “The View” Thursday morning to promote her new book, “Liars, Leakers & Liberals,” and the heated exchange occurred when the Fox News host accused Goldberg of suffering from “Trump Derangement Syndrome.” A visibly angry Goldberg ended the segment by shouting, “Say goodbye. I’m done.”
A verbal disagreement occurred off-camera following Pirro’s appearance on the program.