JOY Behar has called out Whoopi Goldberg’s seemingly rude behavior on The View.

Whoopi, 67, came under fire for looking bored during a discussion on using therapy-style language on Tuesday’s broadcast.

The View panel was talking about which phrases they use in their own relationships, from “gaslighting” to “setting boundaries.”

Sunny Hostin revealed she uses terms like “toxicity” and “negative energy” with her husband Emmanuel.

Alyssa Farah Griffin, meanwhile, confessed that she gets out of doing household chores by saying she’s “protecting her peace.”

Joy, 80, then launched into the “transferential behavior” she displays during arguments.

Transference occurs when a person redirects some of their feelings or desires for another person to a different person.

To demonstrate, she gestured to Whoopi, who sat with her chin resting glumly in her hand.

Joy said, “You’re angry with somebody. Let’s say, Whoopi… She’s like this,” and mimed Whoopi’s stance.

She then asked: “So what are you thinking about right now?”

Whoopi looked back at her with a stern expression, before saying with emphasis: “You know.”

Joy burst out laughing, before moving on to how she resolves arguments with her husband.

Meanwhile, Whoopi made plenty of headlines in 2022 over her controversial behavior.

In February, she was suspended from The View for two weeks because of what network ABC called her “wrong and hurtful comments” about Jewish people and the Holocaust.

The comedian claimed that the Holocaust – which resulted in the deaths of roughly six million Jewish people between 1941 to 1945 – was not about “race.”


Then, just last month, Whoopi seemingly repeated her claim about the Holocaust.

In an interview with The Times of London, Whoopi said: “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.’”

She had apologized for her recent comments, saying they were an attempt to “convey to the reporter what I had said and why, and attempted to recount that time,” referring to her comments in early 2022.

“It was never my intention to appear as if I was doubling down on hurtful comments,” she added, saying that she had talked with and heard from many people in the Jewish community, who educated her.

“I’m still learning a lot and believe me, I heard everything everyone said to me,” she explained.

Fans demanded Whoopi be fired over her “offensive” comments.

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