Watch: Goldberg Goons: It's The Evil 'Christians' Fault
The sickos on The View have found a new reason to target Christians. While discussing mass shootings and the cast's absolute hate for the 2nd amendment they brought up the recent school shooting in Uvalde Texas.
"The cops are scared of the AR-15," she said — guest co-host Tara Setmayer focused on the response itself. "Seeing the absolute abject failure of the local police department to not go in is incredibly disappointing, and that chief should resign," she said. "It dishonors the memory of those children that they were cowards and didn't do the right thing."
Goldberg capitalized on Setmayer's rant a step farther and said it was all the evil Christian's fault. School shootings, slavery, you name it:
"It’s always been this. This was the way it was down south. They used to use the Bible and say you’re not people, God doesn’t see you as people, so we don’t see you as people," Goldberg said.
"This was an egregious error, we can all agree on that," said Sunny Hostin. "But to your point, Joy, if you have your family that you want to get to at home, even though you've taken the oath to protect and serve and you're protecting and serving against an AR-15, you're not going to get home."
Hostin went on to say that this is "all about the guns," a point Whoopi echoed a few minutes later. "Listen, this AR-15's got to go," said the moderator. "There is too much at stake here. Too many lives have been at stake, and too many damn little kids!"
"I'm sick of seeing people talk about, 'Well, we should do something.' We should do something!" continued Whoopi. "And I don't care, NRA, you've got to give that gun up! You can have your other yeehaw guns, whatever you want. The AR-15 is not a hunting gun. It is not a gun where you're going to go out and shoot your dinner. This gun is meant to kill people! That's what it's for, and you can't have it anymore."
OUTRAGE OVER FAILED RESPONSE TO TEXAS SHOOTING: As the demand for answers grows louder after more reports emerge about the Uvalde police's response to the shooting that resulted in 19 children and two teachers being killed, #TheView panel discusses. https://t.co/cVclFZQmjA pic.twitter.com/IKJ01gflD0
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A divided House on Wednesday approved a robust wide-ranging package of gun control legislation in a party-line vote, but the measures were all but certain to go nowhere in the evenly divided Senate, where negotiations continued on more modest proposals that could draw the bipartisan support necessary to move forward.