Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Moonbat Whoopi Goldberg Denies Moon Landing

I've written before about the incredibly stupid sayings of some celebrities. The television program "The View" is an especially rich source of inane utterings. We have Joy Beher, who claims it's impossible for an African-American to be a racist or Rosie O'Donnell claiming 9/11 was an inside job because she didn't think that fire could melt or weaken metal (despite the fact metalworkers and blacksmiths have been doing just that for millennia). But the gift that keeps on giving is Whoopi Goldberg.

Goldberg insulted Sen. John McCain, who was running for president last year, by asking if she had to fear becoming a slave again. She was apparently iunaware that she was never a slave, innocent of any knowledge of the Civil War, the 13th Amendment or that Sen. McCain spent six years in a Vietnamese snakepit defending her against slavery.

Goldberg's latest contribution to celebrity inanity occurred on the anniversary of the Apollo 11 misison when she voiced doubt that the moon landing had ever occured. Her reason for this is that she claimed that the flag planted by Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin was apparently waving in a breeze.

CNN recently interviewed "Mythbusters" Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage about this very topic. Be sure to wait until about 2:50 to see how astronout Buzz Aldrin handled a moon-landing denier.

4 comments:

Monterey John said...

Sigh ... and the beat goes on.

kingshamus said...

So is "The View" actually some kind of massive conspiracy theory outlet?

Amazing.

G.O. said...
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G.O. said...

So...Wouldn't You Say That a punch to the face would insure his guilt? That it would further prove that he really didn't walk on the moon??