Whoopi Goldberg Goes off her Rocker on Clarence Thomas, ‘You Better Hope That They Don’t Come for You, Clarence!’

On Monday’s ‘The View’, the hosts of the show did a segment on the Supreme Court’s Friday decision that overturned Roe Vs. Wade, returning the power to decide abortion rights back to the states.

The decision was a 6-3 conservative majority in which Samuel Alito gave the main opinion.

Justice Clarence Thomas contributed a concurring opinion as well. Thomas’s opinion has sparked major outrage from the liberal left including Whoopi Goldberg who got very emotional and threatening on Monday’s show.

When it got to Goldberg’s turn to share her opinion on the decision she took aim at Justice Thomas.

“I want to make things very clear. I’m very pro-life. I’ve never been anti-life. I want people to have the lives they want, but I don’t want to force anybody I don’t want anybody coming into my house telling me how to raise my daughter and what she needs because they don’t know.”

“And I appreciate everybody’s religion, but I do not subscribe to your religion. I don’t ask you to subscribe to mine. And you do not have the right based on your religious beliefs to tell me because what’s next? As Clarence Thomas is signaling, they would like to get rid of contraception. Do you understand, sir? No, because you don’t have to use it!”

“We were not in the Constitution either. We were not even people in the Constitution. You better hope that they don’t come for you, Clarence! And say you should not be married to your wife who happens to be white. And you better hope that nobody says, ‘You know, well, you’re not in the Constitution, you’re back to being a quarter of a person,’ because that’s not going to work either!”

Thomas’s concurring opinion digs into the heart of what many liberals fear, that the court will relitigate topics they view as decided such as gay marriage and contraception. Thomas only picks cases he views were not decided based on the constitution but on the legal theory of “substantive due process”. Thomas is only calling for them to be looked at again to determine if they really are constitutional or if they were an exercise of raw judicial power.