Whoopi Goldberg mocked the right as ‘transphobic’ for saying men can’t bear fetuses

Whoopi Goldberg has slammed the right for saying that men cannot bear fetuses, a position that runs counter to the leftist position on transgender pregnancy.

An angry Goldberg slammed the men after a Wednesday argument at the Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, a case that hinges on whether Mississippi can ban most abortions after 15 weeks gestation.

“Do any of you men have eggs or the possibility of carrying a fetus?” Ranted Ms. Goldberg, host of “The View” on ABC. “How dare you talk about what a fetus wants!” You have no idea. I’m fine if you don’t agree with the abortion. I don’t have a problem with that. My problem comes when you tell me what to do with my doctor and my family. How dare you.”

She made her comments in reaction to a statement during the hearing of Judge Samuel Alito, who said that “the fetus has best interests in having a life and that does not change.”

As the Conservatives were quick to note, LGBTQ advocates said it was verboten to say that only women can have children, arguing that transgender men who are born female can get pregnant.

“Whoopi Goldberg expresses transphobic hate speech,” tweeted conservative expert Ian Miles Cheong.

Actor Kevin Sorbo said: “Whoopi Goldberg just said that men are not able to ‘bear a fetus’ and that medical decisions should be between ‘my doctor and my family’ … so when it’s canceled ?? A bit transphobic isn’t it ?? “

Tik Tok’s conservative Libs account tweeted, “This is one of the most transphobic things I’ve ever seen. I am literally shaking.

“I have been reliably informed that many men actually have the possibility of becoming pregnant,” said Matt Walsh of the Daily Wire. “This transphobic sectarianism of Whoopi Goldberg is outrageous and unacceptable.”

Conservative site Not the Bee intoned, “This level of anti-LGBT fanaticism has no place in society.

National Review lead writer Charles CW Cooke said leftists need to clarify their narratives.

“At some point progressives are going to have to decide whether pregnancy is intrinsic to womanhood (as Ruth Bader Ginsburg did, and as plaintiffs’ attorney implied throughout Wednesday’s hearing) or if gender is a patriarchal myth and universal pregnancy as a result, ”he said in a Friday post.

Those who have argued that men can get pregnant include the American Civil Liberties Union, which said in a 2019 tweet: “There isn’t just one way to be a man.”

“Men who have their period are men. Men who get pregnant and give birth are men. Trans and non-binary men belong, ”the ACLU said.

Advocates on both sides of the abortion issue have predicted that the Dobbs case could undermine the Roe v. Wade of 1973 legalizing abortion.

A decision from the high court in Dobbs is not expected until late June or early July.

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