Elisabeth Hasselbeck – The beauty of allowing us to make our own choices is that we know when it will not work for us.
Whoopi Goldberg and Elisabeth Hasselbeck got into an argument
A dispute about abortion rights arose between Whoopi Goldberg and Elisabeth Hasselbeck during a ‘The View’ segment on August 3, Wednesday. The segment came after Kansas voters overwhelmingly approved abortion rights.
From 2003 through 2013, Hasselbeck was the conservative voice on ‘The View’, then later joined ‘Fox & Friends’. She was quoted saying, “As you know, God doesn’t make mistakes. God made us smart enough to know when something will not work.”
Short conversation with Elisabeth Hasselbeck
A short conversation with Elisabeth Hasselbeck continued Goldberg’s unique argument: “I also know that God made me intelligent enough to know if there are alternatives out there that can help me, I will investigate them.” “I know God said, ‘Do to others as you would have them do to you,'” she said. “I won’t make anyone’s decision.”
According to Hasselbeck, “Life in the womb has a purpose and a plan designed by God.”
As Goldberg, 66, explained, her relationship with God is “always choppy.” Her fellow presenter Joy Behar, who pointed out the availability of 100,000 children for adoption in the US alone as an alternative, backed her up on her pro-choice views.
Viewers commented on the Youtube video
The View’s viewers commented on the Youtube video, saying, “I enjoyed this abortion debate because no yelling or screaming was heard. Elizabeth’s beliefs are her own, and not universal.
Similarly, she does not understand that there are so many kids in foster care that no one wants. So many kids never get adopted.” “Thank god for Sara being on this show. She is so articulate and makes her point without being biased,” said another.
Another wrote: “I strongly believe that Sarah Haines represents a broader swath of Americans than most of the so-called “conservative” speakers we’ve had on the panel.”Another wrote, “I have always been a huge fan of Sarah Haines, and I strongly believe that she represents a larger swath of Americans than most of the so-called “conservatives” we’ve had on the panel.”
Our country is great because of our ability to be open-minded to different beliefs, cultures, and ways of thinking. We love you, Sarah, keep doing what you are doing. P.P.S.- What’s with Hasselbeck using this platform to air blatant political propaganda like the towel prop and sticky notes. Please be courteous.”