Joy Behar has become the latest topic of conversation on The View after it came out that she had s*x with ghosts more than once.

 

So, both the crowd and Whoopi Goldberg were surprised by what she said.

If you want to find out more, just keep scrolling!

 

Now, we all know that The View is biased toward a certain controversial topic.

People know that the women on the show are honest and have strong opinions because they say so on the show.

 

On the other hand, it’s been a lot worse than in past years.

Whoopi Goldberg caused a lot of controversies when she talked about the Holocaust on her show.

 

During the Hot Topics segment of the show that aired on January 31, the panel talked about the graphic novel Maus and how a school district in Tennessee recently got rid of it from its curriculum.

It tells about what the author’s father went through while he was a prisoner in a concentration camp.

 

“Let’s be truthful about it — because the Holocaust isn’t about race. No. It’s not about race,” she said.

“It’s about man’s inhumanity to man. That’s what it’s about,” as both groups were white.

 

Because of this, her co-hosts started to question what she said, and one of them said that the Nazis called Aryans “the master race.”

However, Goldberg responded: “These are two white groups of people. You’re missing the point,” Goldberg added. “The minute you turn it into race, it goes down this alley. Let’s talk about it for what it is. It’s how people treat each other. It’s a problem. It doesn’t matter if you’re Black or white, ’cause Blacks, whites, Jews, everybody eats [the] other.”

 

After her disturbingly ignorant comments were widely shared, Goldberg said she was sorry for any “hurt” she might have caused…

But for some viewers, this just wasn’t good enough, so they asked for her to be taken off the show.

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Also, it looks like ABC listened to what they said…

Kim Godwin, the President of ABC News, said in a statement that Goldberg was kicked off of The View for two weeks because of what she said.

 

“Effective immediately, I am suspending Whoopi Goldberg for two weeks for her wrong and hurtful comments. While Whoopi has apologized, I’ve asked her to take time to reflect and learn about the impact of her comments,” she said.

Adding: “The entire ABC News organization stands in solidarity with our Jewish colleagues, friends, family, and communities.”

 

Whoopi Goldberg seemed unhappy with the decision, as she was said to have threatened to leave the show while it was on hold because of it.

Someone Goldberg trusts told the New York Post how the actress is currently dealing with what has happened, which was reported by the same newspaper.

“She feels ABC executives mishandled this. She followed their playbook. She went on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ and then apologized again on ‘The View’ the next day,” they said.

 

“She’s telling people she’s going to quit.”

“Suspension from ‘The View’ is like getting suspended from Bravo. The bar is very low,” they finished.

 

Goldberg was kicked off the show for two weeks, but she was allowed to come back after that.

“Hello hello hello, welcome to The View, and yes, I’m back,” she began saying on the show.

Then, her coworkers told her how much they missed her, which made Goldberg say the following: “I’ve missed you all, too. I’ve got to tell you there’s something kind of marvelous about being on a show like this because we are The View and this is what we do,” she continued on.

 

After that, she said in a jokey way that they don’t always do it as “elegantly” as they could.

And continued to say: “It’s 5 minutes to get in important information about topics, and that’s what we try to do every day, and I want to thank everybody who reached out while I was away and I’m telling you people reached out from places that made me go ‘wait wait, what? Really? OK.’

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“And it was amazing. I listened to everything that everybody had to say and I was very grateful. I hope it keeps all of the important conversations happening because we’re going to keep having tough conversations.

 

“It’s not always pretty as I said, It’s not always as other people would like to hear, but it is an honor to sit at this table and be able to have these conversations because they’re important,” she said.

“They’re important to us as a nation,” she continued explaining. “And to us more so as a human entity,” she finished.

 

Goldberg has been back for a few weeks, and since then, it seems like everything on The View has been running smoothly.

Joy Behar fell and hit her face on the stage, and Goldberg, along with her co-hosts Sara Haines and Sunny Hostin, had to help her. Before that, Goldberg had not been asked to help Behar.

 

Behar tripped and fell earlier this year as she walked onstage at the start of a live show. She fell and hit her face on the floor.

At the time, the comedian was 79 years old. As she was walking to her seat, she tripped and fell, and the audience could see it on camera.

 

Even though Goldberg said the chairs were to blame, Behar was able to get back to her seat with the help of her other co-hosts.

“These chairs move,” she said. “You touch it and you’re on the ground.”

 

Behar was able to keep hosting the show, but only after she threatened to sue the show’s producers.

“25 years, that has never happened,” she said before adding: “Who do I sue? My husband is home laughing, I bet.”

 

As soon as Behar was settled in her seat, she told everyone she was fine and said, missed the step, as usual.”

People says that the event’s host used it to spread an important message about falling that had to do with Bob Saget’s death.

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“The main thing, just to talk seriously, when Bob Saget fell, he died,” Behar said.

“If you hit your head, and you feel dizzy or you have blurred vision, or you feel like you want to go to sleep, go to the doctor. Because that will kill you.” Behar, thankfully, didn’t have any serious injuries.

 

And more recently, Behar was quoted in the news as saying that she’s “had s*x with a few ghosts.”

During a segment about a woman in North Texas who says her house is haunted by “dirty-talking” ghosts, she talked about her own strange experiences to show that she knew what was going on.

 

Goldberg started the conversation by showing a clip of a woman named Linda Hill. The clip talks about how she often hears voices in her house.

She says that ghosts have told her she looks good and that she has even recorded one of them saying: “Oh baby, oh baby, yeah,” and “Yeah, I like it like that.”

 

Behar laughed at her comments at first, calling them “sexual hallucinations” and adding, “We all have that.”

But soon after co-host Sara Haines asked her about it, she changed her mind and said one of the following: “If you have s*x with a ghost, do you get pregnant?”

 

While everyone else was talking about the problem, Behar quietly said the following: “I’ve had s*x with a few ghosts [and] never got pregnant.”

It seemed like Goldberg was the only one who heard her, and here’s what he said in response: “I’m just gonna let that ride. I don’t know how many of you heard what Joy just said, but I’m gonna let it ride.”

 

If you click on this link, you can watch the video clip.