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Whoopi Goldberg Calls Out Snowflakes After Stanford Student Protests

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Whoopi Goldberg, co-host of “The View,” called out “all snowflakes in the universe” on Monday’s show. She was discussing recent protests by law students at Stanford University and said that people must understand that we are not all one.

The hosts discussed recent protests at Stanford University by students of law in response to Stuart Kyle Duncan (Circuit Court judge), a Trump appointee, who was invited to speak at an event sponsored by the Federalist Society. Students reacted furiously and prevented him from delivering his prepared remarks.

“I think back on the State of the Union, and this is what people are being taught to do. We’re also teaching people how to be inappropriate. Yelling at President of the United States. Calling him a liar. All these things, which now our students are saying, “Well, if you feel it’s okay for you to do it and you’re supposed be a lawmaker,” I feel the exact same way because it is my right. Maybe all the snowflakes need to accept that others will disagree with them. Goldberg stated.

It’s not about one side or another. Everyone must understand that this is how we live. There are many things we don’t agree on. There are times when we disagree. You have the right to say so. She continued, “We show them the ugly part now.”

Goldberg was critical of those on the right, calling Republicans “snowflakes” earlier this month for their views on women, drag queens, and people of color.

Duncan was interrupted by law students as he began to speak on March 9, and claimed that he was racist, inflicting injustice on minorities, and that he was racist.

“College and law school are wonderful places to exchange ideas. Sunny Hostin, co-host of the show, said that it can get heated at times. That’s what I love. The Q&A is my favorite part. Let’s have these discussions, because that is what the free flow of ideas is all about.

Hostin also criticised Duncan, noting that he once called one of the students “appalling idiot”.

“I believe that it’s below the dignity of judge. When a younger student comes to you, and they heckle and attack you, I’m like: “All right, you done?” Let me answer. Let me respond.

Tirien Steinbach, associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), stood up and accused Duncan of causing harm through his work at the bench.

“Free speech is a two-way street. These students have the right of assembly and peaceful assembly. Alyssa Farah-Griffin, co-host, said that students can counter-demonstrate and offer counterprogramming if they so choose. It’s the free flow of ideas that everyone benefits from. Academia allows you to challenge ideas without being shut down.

Sara Haines, co-host, stated that when free speech is reduced to “name-calling or heckling in the name ‘I’m protesting’ it reduces the enjoyment.

During her commentary, Ana Navarro, the co-host, brought up January 6.

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