Whoopi Goldberg, once again opining in as a host on "The View," strangely indicated that she believes that a decision to abort should be between a doctor, the mother and "the child."
"I will tell you, this is my body, and nobody," starts in Whoopi, not completing her sentence, but continuing on with another thought:
"You, you know, you, you got people telling me I gotta wear a mask, or don't wear a mask or do this," she continued, ironically, considering that in January she went on a tirade against fellow talk show host Bill Maher's position against mask mandates.
"Everybody wants to tell me what to do, but you won't let me make my decision about my body," Whoopi went on.
"You are not the person to make that decision," she concluded. "My doctor, myself, and my child, that's who makes the decision."
The typical Democrat position on abortion is that it's a woman's choice to decide whether or not she will carry a pregnancy to term, but including the "child" in the decision making process is new, and hardly makes any sense.
Whoopi's comments come after a draft majority opinion that would essentially overturn the 1974 Roe v Wade decision leaked from the Supreme Court earlier this week.
As abortion activists begin to swallow the news that their most hallowed right of terminating pregnancy could be on the line, Democrats and activists have become increasingly vocal about their concerns that the decision on whether or not abortion would be legal would return to each state to make their own decisions based on the preferences of those constituents.
The controversial Whoopi Goldberg had been previously suspended from the show, and then reinstated two weeks later, after apologizing for saying that the Jewish Holocaust was somehow "not about race."