Whoopi Goldberg on 'The View': Women Almost NEVER Lie About Rape
Hosts also hint Trump JR's son may have the inclination to sexually assault
According to hosts of the "The View" and namely actor Whoopi Goldberg, women almost never lie about being raped, which is why they believe that Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh is guilty of sexual assault.
The panel began with a clip of Donald Trump Jr. says he fears for the future of his som based on the scary climate that the Foord "guilty until proven innocent" has produced
"The View" hosts could not believe he said this, even hinting his son may already have the inclination to sexually assault.
"You only worry about this for your child if you think your child has these tendencies! If your child is not someone who's assaulting people, it shouldn’t be a concern for him," said Whoopi Goldberg.
According to the DW: The comment prompted co-host Abby Huntsman to say that men should indeed be afraid of false accusations.
"I think a lot of people are concerned about today is you could be accused when you have been raised the right way, when you did nothing in that situation," said Huntsman. "We have countless of examples where that has happened."
When Huntsman mentioned the Duke lacrosse team as proof, the hosts brushed it aside as just one example. They forgot the UVA fraternity rape hoax and the various rape hoaxes mentioned here.
Co-host Sonny Hostin then asserted that false accusations are a non-existent problem and they almost never happen.
"Rape is the least reported crime in the country, and on top of that, less than 2% — it’s about 2% of those allegations are false. So when you look at it statistically, it’s very rare for a false accusation to have been made," Hostin asserted.
As the allegations of sexual misconduct against Judge Kavanaugh fall apart, and his innocence becomes clear for all to see, liberal celebrities are seizing their last opportunities for some extra publicity by jumping on the last shreds of hysteria before the final vote on the confirmation for the Supreme Court.
Over 300 anti-Kavanaugh protestors were arrested in Washington D.C. on Thursday, including celebrity "activists" Emily Ratajkowski and Amy Schumer, who appeared to take center stage by leading the rally.