On Monday, Whoopi Goldberg began to pattern following the newest episode of “The View.” On the present, the women mentioned a Tennessee faculty district’s resolution to ban the guide “Maus,” which covers the story of a Holocaust survivor. According to CNN, the college district listed “rough, objectionable language” and a drawing of a nude girl, as the explanation for banning the guide.
While the women mentioned the college district’s resolution to ban the guide, Whoopi shared that she was stunned that nudity was a problem issue and never the precise Holocaust. Joy Behar talked about that she believes their motive for banning the guide due to nudity was a “canard to throw you off from the fact that they don’t like history that makes White people look bad.”
The dialog shifted to varsities making an effort to ban troublesome components of historical past to keep away from the conversations of race and racism. Whoopi then proceeded to say, “If you’re going to do this, then let’s be truthful about it because the Holocaust isn’t about race.” She continued to say that it was about man’s inhumanity to man.
After some individuals expressed their disappointment in Whoopi’s remark, she issued an apology late Monday.
In a press release posted to her Twitter web page, Whoopi mentioned, “On today’s show, I said the Holocaust ‘is not about race, but about man’s inhumanity to man.’ I should have said it is about both.”
She quoted Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, and continued, “The Holocaust was about the Nazi’s systematic annihilation of the Jewish people–who they deemed to be an inferior race.”
Whoopi concluded, “The Jewish people around the world have always had my support and that will never waiver. I’m sorry for the hurt I have caused.”
— Whoopi Goldberg (@WhoopiGoldberg) February 1, 2022
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