Whoopi Goldberg Compares ‘Celebrating Christmas’ To Getting An ‘Abortion’ – Guess Who’s Ticked About It [VIDEO]

Whoopi Goldberg Compares ‘Celebrating Christmas’ To Getting An ‘Abortion’ – Guess Who’s Ticked About It [VIDEO]


Christmas means a lot to my family. We do the typical Christmas things. We celebrate the birth of Christ. We put out nativity scenes. We read the Christmas story from the Bible. We pray.

To me, it is a sacred holiday. Because my faith is important to me.

That same faith has led me to believe that abortion is wrong. It has taught me to love life and to treasure it. Christmas is about the coming of a perfect Being into the world, a Savior. A Savior who saved all life regardless of age, gender, race, faith or political opinion. He died for them. Christmas has taught me that every life regardless of where that life falls on the timeline of conception to birth is worth saving, because it was worth dying for.

Maybe you agree. Maybe you do not.

That is not the point. The point is that I live in a country that protects my right to both of those opinions. I have been allowed the God-given right to worship as I please. And I am grateful for all the religions that benefit from this.

And for me, that makes these following comments even more heinous.

“You cannot pretend that Christmas doesn’t start with the birth of Christ!” Goldberg said. “Listen, I’m not, wait, wait, wait, don’t do it, don’t do it because I don’t want to disappoint you. I don’t want to disappoint you. I’m not a religious person, OK? I’m not a religious person but I do know that Christmas starts with the word Christ! It’s about the birth of Christ.”

“So you can’t, you can’t erase that! And if you don’t believe in it, if you don’t believe in it, then you got Santa Claus. Santa Claus is not a religious thing.”

Then Joy Behar cut in.

“Let me just say one thing here because I’m a very big Christmas fan,” Behar said. “I love Christmas so much. And I still say separation of Church and State must be adhered to. In a public school…”

Jedediah Bila told Behar she had it all wrong.

“That’s not what that means though,” Bila said. “Separation of Church and State means preventing the establishment of a national religion, not preventing people from expressing their beliefs.”

Goldberg then compared it to getting an abortion.

“But it’s the same conversation with a woman’s right to choose,” Goldberg said. “What I do with my body is my right. It is not your right to tell me. The same thing is it’s — if you believe in Christmas, it’s not my right.”

It was literally painful to hear Goldberg rant. If only she could see how twisted she has made such simple truths.

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