After talking about the graphic novel, Goldberg said: “Let’s be honest about it because the Holocaust is not about race. Is not. It’s not about race. “
When Behar and Navarro countered Goldberg’s argument, Sister action the star doubles down, stating: “But you’re missing points! You are missing points. When you turn it into a race, it goes down this alley. Let’s talk about it for what it is. That’s how people treat each other. That is the problem.”
She continued, “It doesn’t matter whether you’re Black or white because blacks, whites, Jews, Italians, everybody eats each other. It’s the same – if you’re uncomfortable if you hear about Maus, should you be worried – should your child say, ‘Oh my God, is that me?’ That’s not what they would say. They will say, ‘I don’t want that.’
When the episode turned into a commercial, Goldberg reiterated: “To learn about the inhumanity of man to man, yet it reveals itself.”
Goldberg has been widely criticized for his comments, which have been branded “ignorant”, and have since sorry for hurting Jews “all over the world”.
The Holocaust is broadly defined as the Nazi-approved act of extermination of Jews throughout Europe during World War II. It is estimated that around six million Jews were killed, as well as millions more including foreigners, the disabled and homosexuals.
Now, Morgan has weighed in, drawing parallels with his treatment of friend Osbourne, who was fired from the same talk show Conversation after she was accused of racism.
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Amidst the controversy surrounding Goldberg’s comments about SeeMorgan wrote on Twitter: “Sharon Osbourne has been fired from Conversation for defending me against false accusations of racism. Whoopi Goldberg mentioned above See yesterday that the Holocaust is ‘not about race’, but to Jews as racist comment as anyone could make. Bet she didn’t lose her job.”
The incidents involving Osbourne occurred in March 2021 after she defended Morgan’s comments about Meghan Markle’s TV interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Osbourne spoke up in front of co-host Sheryl Underwood, saying: “I’ll ask you Sheryl back… and don’t try to cry because if anyone has to cry, it has to be me… You tell me you heard him at don’t say racist things”.
After the show aired, Osbourne shared a lengthy post on Twitter, saying she had “reflected” on the incident and wanted to apologize to any Black viewers she offended.
Following an internal CBS investigation, Osbourne was fired from the series.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/whoopi-goldberg-piers-morgan-sharon-osbourne-b2005518.html Piers Morgan Claims Sharon Osbourne After Whoopi Goldberg’s Holocaust Comments