Megyn Kelly criticized Whoopi Goldberg on her Sirius XM “The Megyn Kelly Show” podcast, following Goldberg’s comments on “The View” about police brutality not changing until white people experience it.
Kelly called Goldberg’s statement “dumb” in reference to the death of Tyre Nichols at the hands of Memphis police officers.
Kelly said, “The media coverage of this case has gone away awfully quickly, there is nothing close to what we saw after George Floyd, even though the beating was even more brutal. … You’d think there’d be outrage that would be ongoing, but no, because it doesn’t have the very sexy race angle that the Left loves to play out and put on loop.”
Kelly continued to OWN Goldberg. She even posted a clip of the film “Sister Act” while proving her point.
“But that hasn’t stopped people like Whoopi Goldberg … from making a typically inane comment about this case and our country…”
Whoopie said on The View “Clearly, it doesn’t matter if it’s a white policeman or a black policeman, it is a problem in the policing itself,” she claimed.
Kelly responded saying, “Seems things don’t seem to make sense to people unless it’s somebody they can feel, or they can recognize. Do we need to see white people also get beaten before anybody will do anything? I’m not suggesting that, so don’t write us and tell me what a — you know, what a racist I am…It’s not that you are a racist, it’s that you’re dumb. That’s your problem.”