In a surprising turn of events, Whoopi Goldberg, a co-host of ‘The View,’ found herself at the center of controversy once again as an audience member heckled her during a live taping of the show. The incident has highlighted ongoing concerns about her divisive statements and lack of accountability.

As the show began, a courageous audience member decided to speak out, challenging Goldberg’s perspective. This unexpected interruption prompted Goldberg and her co-hosts to address the situation, briefly diverting from their usual banter.

Goldberg, with her trademark wit, responded to the heckler, who had referred to her as an “old broad.” She didn’t shy away from acknowledging her age, stating, “She said, ‘You old broad,’ and I was like, hey, it’s Wednesday, and I am an old broad, and happy about it.” Her co-host, Sonny Hostin, chimed in, suggesting that the term “old broad” was preferable to more offensive slurs.

However, what’s crucial to note is that this heckling incident is just the tip of the iceberg. Goldberg has been making headlines for her controversial statements, particularly regarding the Holocaust. She has repeatedly insinuated that the Holocaust was not about race, despite historical evidence and Hitler’s own comments indicating otherwise.

Goldberg’s comments have ignited outrage and condemnation from many quarters. Her suspension from ‘The View’ for just two weeks and her subsequent non-apology only added fuel to the fire. When given the opportunity to clarify her remarks, she seemed to double down on her ignorance, drawing further criticism.

In December, while promoting her new movie “Till,” which tells the story of a young black child murdered by a gang of white men in 1955, Goldberg faced questions about her previous comments on the Holocaust. Her response only deepened the controversy, leaving many questioning the sincerity of her apology.

Goldberg’s insistence that the Holocaust wasn’t about race, but rather about physical and mental defects, demonstrates a lack of understanding of history. Her attempts to downplay the severity of her comments by invoking the American race card have only exacerbated the situation.

Conservatives have long argued that Goldberg’s comeuppance is long overdue. Her disregard for historical facts and her seemingly unapologetic stance on sensitive issues have left many viewers frustrated with her presence on ‘The View.’

One Twitter user aptly pointed out that, aside from the heckling incident, no one emerged as a winner in this situation. They humorously noted, “I don’t know what’s funnier… The old broad comment, or the woman wearing a diaper on her face. Both are clowns.”

Goldberg’s nonchalant attitude toward her suspension further underscored her refusal to acknowledge the gravity of her statements. She quipped, “My best friend said, ‘Not for nothing is there no box on the census for the Jewish race. So that leads me to believe that we’re probably not a race.’”

In light of these recent events, the question arises: Is Goldberg fit to continue as a co-host of ‘The View’? Many conservatives argue that her controversial remarks and lack of accountability have tarnished her credibility.

In the end, as Goldberg attempts to navigate the fallout from her statements, it remains to be seen whether she can regain the trust of her viewers and colleagues. One thing is clear: the controversy surrounding her remarks shows no signs of dissipating anytime soon.