“You’re not going to stop people’s faith.”@WhoopiGoldberg condemns the several Louisiana fires at historically black churches over the past two weeks: “You’re not going to stop the conversation with God.” https://t.co/b89rE45O7d pic.twitter.com/BHKRFgFd49— The View (@TheView) April 9, 2019
Meghan and Sunny point out that there has been a huge rise in hate crimes. Whoopi says that people's relationship with God will not change because you burned down their places of worship. She wants a candidate to step up and tell people to, "stop."
WILL HUFFMAN PLEA LEAD TO JAIL TIME? Felicity Huffman and 14 other parents pleaded guilty in the college admissions cheating scandal. The co-hosts discuss how this will affect their sentence and the other parents involved who have yet to enter a plea. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/XrZpKmuo3F— The View (@TheView) April 9, 2019
The co-hosts praise Felicity Huffman's response and guilty plea. Abby thinks the public will eventually forgive the parents just like they forgave Martha Stewart. Sunny thinks Huffman and the other parents will have to spend some time in jail because prosecutors want to make an example out of them. She points out that there are parents spending years in jail because they changed their address in order to get their kids into better schools. Meghan think Felicity Huffman's career will take a hit and she doesn't feel bad for her.
Abby says she has this argument with her husband a lot. So does Sunny.
Summer is around the corner and @DrIanSmith has a plan to get you healthy in just 30 days! He shares how clean eating, intermittent fasting, and exercise could have you ready for the warm weather. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/blpTkvvt5V— The View (@TheView) April 9, 2019
Dr. Ian Smith explains clean eating to the co-hosts. Smith is proponent of Time Restricted Feeding (TRF).
Chelsea Handler, much like ONTD, has a crush on Robert Mueller.
.@chelseahandler tells us why it's important for her to explore her white privilege in a new documentary: "As a person with a platform, you have to start thinking about what kind of contribution you're going to make when we see the things going on in this world." pic.twitter.com/V3H4Zzl9Fp— The View (@TheView) April 9, 2019
Chelsea thinks it's important to have difficult conversations about race and she knows she'll probably get beat up about it in the press but she's used to that.
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