According to TheDailyWire:
Tensions rose on ABC’s “The View” after regular host Whoopi Goldberg claimed during Monday’s broadcast that the Holocaust was “not about race.”
Goldberg and her co-hosts — Sara Haines, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, and Ana Navarro — were discussing reports that a Tennessee school had pulled the graphic novel “Maus” over concerns about language and nudity, and the conversation turned to the subject of “Maus”: the Holocaust.
“A Tennessee school pulled the graphic novel ‘Maus’ out of their lessons on the Holocaust because it contained some nudity and some bad language,” Goldberg began. “Personally, I’m shocked because, you know, given the story of ‘Maus,’ I’m surprised that’s what made you uncomfortable, the fact that there was some nudity. I mean, it’s about the Holocaust. The killing of 6 million people, but that didn’t bother you? But the naked —”
“I am not sure they don’t use the naked part as kind of a canard to throw you off from the fact that they don’t like history that makes white people look bad,” Joy Behar added.
“Maybe. This is white people doing it to white people. Y’all go fight amongst yourselves,” Goldberg continued.
“This was the plan with these anti-history laws that started being passed,” Sunny Hostin argued that banning books like “Maus” and “To Kill a Mockingbird” was the natural next step after attempts to ban Critical Race Theory. “I’ve always said if my children are subjected to racism at a very early age, which they are, then your child should be okay with having a little bit of discomfort and learning about the racism that exists.”