Pro-Life sign in Sarasota, FL supporting the Florida Heartbeat Law. (Flickr)

This looney “View” host is making a name for herself once again, but it’s not a compliment. She used her voice to attack pro-lifers and damned them all to hell. This hilarious statement shows her ignorance about what is actually going to damn someone to hell- the murder of voiceless, innocent children in the womb.

The “View” host, Whoopi Goldberg cursed and damned pro-lifers to hell on the show that aired on Thursday. Why? Because Florida passed a heartbeat law to protect unborn babies from abortion. reports that Goldberg and co-host Joy Behar started the conversation by bashing Gov. Ron DeSantis for signing the life-saving law and ended it by “damn[ing] all” pro-lifers who think it should be illegal to kill unborn babies in elective abortions.

Behar began by claiming DeSantis, a pro-life Republican, signed the law “very quietly and very sneakily” April 14 — which is false. DeSantis held a signing ceremony, which was advertised in advance, with dozens of pro-life advocates, mothers and babies.

However, Goldberg and Behar claimed the law really is just about controlling women.

“We don’t like people telling us what to do with our bodies,” Behar said.

Goldberg responded, “Well, part of the problem is, if you don’t know how a woman’s body works, don’t make decisions for her.”

“Women don’t go… it’s not like, ‘Oh party time, I’m going to get an abortion,’” Goldberg said. “It doesn’t work that way. People carry the weight of having had an abortion for years. It is not an easy choice to make.”

Then, she cursed pro-life advocates, ending her rant with: “And damn all of you who think this is something that people do for fun! You read that stuff in magazines, it’s not real!”

The Florida Heartbeat Law bans most elective abortions once a baby’s heartbeat can be detected. The new law also increases aid to programs that help pregnant and parenting families. This is a law that all states should model their own legislation after. It has the potential to save hundreds of thousands of lives. These laws are deserving of praise.

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