Whoopi Goldberg Makes Bold Claim About BLM Rioters

The eternally unhappy Whoopi Goldberg freaked out about country musician Jason Aldean, saying that the words to his new song are “racist” and that the looters and vandals who participated in the Black Lives Matter riots were merely “caring” for their communities when they wrecked businesses.

The remarks were made by Goldberg on an episode of “The View” after the controversy surrounding Aldean’s latest album, “Try That in a Small Town.” She compared the Black Lives Matter protesters to the small-town defenders in Aldean’s song video, claiming that there was little difference between the two groups.

There was no mention of  “Black Lives Matter,” but Goldberg once more charged Aldean with using the song as a complaint of the movement.

Co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin said there were two sides to the story and speculated that, although Aldean likely didn’t intend for the song to be interpreted in the way some have interpreted it, she strangely got an idea of whites chasing blacks through the streets when she heard the lyrics.

The always moody Sunny Hostin claimed that she would not give Aldean a pass since she’d been to Macon, Georgia, and felt it was a racist” place.

According to a report, Black Lives Matter is losing its supporters. It has been shown that the organization’s executives, their families, and their friends have benefited financially through questionable employment and payment methods as well as extravagant expenditures on luxury real estate.

Meanwhile, BLM doesn’t seem to be improving the country’s racial atmosphere.

Sixty-one percent of those who participated in the survey stated they did not believe the movement had improved racial relations in the United States. Not even half of those polled thought the movement had effectively improved the circumstances of black Americans; just a third thought it had.

The property damage during the riots is estimated to be over a billion dollars, although some estimates put the total cost of the movement far higher.

Black neighborhoods in America’s cities have borne a disproportionate share of the expense caused by BLM criminal and violent activities.