Whoopi Goldberg has to hate Trump, because she uses every opportunity she has to smack him in the lousiest ways possible.
Now, she’s just gone too far…
BuzzFeed News published a 35-page “dossier” which contained rumors of Trump being spotted in Russia with prostitutes. These rumors were however, deemed false as anyone with access to a computer with internet could’ve written them. Despite this, the Liberals have been jumping on every opportunity presented to them to insult Trump, no matter how off the claims were.
On Wednesday’s episode of The View, the 35 page “dossier” came up. The dossier, originally published by Buzzfeed, contained bogus claims about Trump that were not verified. You’re already guessing what the left did with it. They only live to insult Trump.
Whoopi stated: “Now we can’t get into specifics, but I do have to ask because he’s being showered with allegations right now, is this a golden opportunity for Democrats or will he be able to clean up these leaks?”
When Whoopi used the word “golden,” it was a reference to “golden shower.” In the dossier, it claims that Trump paid prostitutes to urinate on him. An allegation which has no evidence whatsoever. (For the those who don’t know, a “golden shower” is a sex act where some people enjoy urinating or being urinated on by their partner.)
She then continued: “The saddest thing about all of this is people jumped on what they thought was happening with Hillary Clinton without any factual information […] They’re giving this a pass, saying it’s not really real. Here’s the deal, I’m taking it like it might be real and I don’t want you compromising my country for your gain. I’m not happy with that.”
“The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg said Wednesday that Republicans must “trust” unsubstantiated reports from BuzzFeed and CNN released on Tuesday regarding President-elect Donald Trump and his alleged ties to Russia.
“What’s interesting, though, you mention that Kellyanne Conway said this is just junk on the internet, and I think that BuzzFeed, who actually released this collection of memos, has come under a lot of heat,” co-host Sunny Hostin said. “They are saying that that is not what a journalist does. That’s not what journalism is, but isn’t that what we need now?”
Goldberg then insinuated that Republicans set the bar on trusting information on the internet, pointing towards the camera and speaking with an accusatory tone. Her comment appeared to reference the 2016 presidential campaign, when Republicans cited leaked emails from Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta’s hacked account that were published by WikiLeaks.
“Y’all set the bar. You set this up. You said we should trust all this,” Goldberg said. “Well, now we gotta trust this, too. It’s not good for the goose and not for the gander.”
BuzzFeed News released a dossier on Tuesday, which was prepared by a man claiming to be a former British intelligence official. The official alleged that Russia had been collecting compromising information on Trump for years.
CNN also released a report on the issue Tuesday, but it did not include the dossier because the documents are unverified and unsubstantiated.
The memos from BuzzFeed reportedly contain errors. CNN’s Jake Tapper, for example, reported on Wednesday morning that intelligence officials discovered that the memo incorrectly places Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, in Prague in August. Cohen pushed back and said that he has never visited Prague.
“The executive editor of the New York Times also dismissed the report by saying it was ‘totally unsubstantiated,’ echoing the concerns that many other reporters expressed on the internet. The fact that BuzzFeed and CNN made the decision to run with this unsubstantiated claim is a sad and pathetic attempt to get clicks,” Spicer said.
Trump also addressed the reports at his press conference on Wednesday morning, calling them “disgraceful.”