Whoopi Goldberg, sitting on a panel with her female co-hosts, on a show with a large female audience, still found it in her to defend Bill Cosby during Tuesday’s episode of The View.
“This is my opinion, and in America, still—I know it’s a shock—but you actually were innocent until proven guilty; he has not been proven a rapist,” Goldberg stated.
Once again, mind-boggling. I tell you, simply mind-boggling.
“We’ll see what happens as more information comes out; people can make judgments,” Goldberg stated. “I don’t like snap judgments because I’ve had snap judgments made on me, so I’m very, very careful. … Save your texts, save your nasty comments—I don’t care.”
So more than 30 women accusing someone of raping and drugging them isn't enough, huh? Sure, she’s right, it’s her opinion. And it’s also my opinion that she’s full of s—t, along with the rest of Cosby’s supporters.
And of course, former Cosby kid and fellow co-host Raven-Symoné had to voice her opinion: “I don’t reallylike to talk about it because he’s the reason I’m on this panel. He gave me my first job. … You need the proof, and then I’ll be able to give my judgment here or there,” she stated.
Yeah, he was also using jobs to tempt some of the women he’s accused of raping and drugging. So what?
Once again, The View has proved that the combined IQs of its hosts are less than 50.