In a recent episode of "The View," Whoopi Goldberg sparked intense debate with her unwavering support for President Joe Biden, even making a controversial remark that she would vote for him "if he's pooped his pants." This statement, following Biden's rocky performance in the first 2024 election debate against Donald Trump, has drawn sharp criticism and fervent support from various corners of the internet.

Goldberg, a long-time advocate for Biden, returned from a holiday break to discuss the President's fitness for office amidst mounting scrutiny and criticism. "I don't care if he's pooped his pants, I don't care if he can't put a sentence together. Show me he can't do the job, and I'll say, okay, maybe it's time to go," Goldberg declared, emphasizing her belief in Biden's capabilities despite his age and recent debate performance.

Her comments were met with a barrage of criticism on social media. "Whoopi would vote for Biden even if he's a mess? Shows how loyalty blinds logic," one user commented. "Leaders should be sharp, not just relatable on their worst days. We need strength at the top, not sympathy votes." Another critic harshly remarked, "TMI Whoopi. We've already lost all respect for you. Now we know you're disgusting too."

The backlash did not stop there. "They're acknowledging it and still backing him. They're in a cult. Reasoning with these people is impossible," another user opined. Yet another added, "That woman is nasty!!" with another calling her statement "completely delusional and unhinged."

Despite the flood of negative reactions, Goldberg's remarks also found resonance with many who share her perspective. "The reason people don't care if Biden is slowing is because a criminal and a rapist is exponentially worse than a man who is slowing," one supporter wrote, defending Goldberg's stance. Another echoed this sentiment, saying, "I've said it before and I'll say it again. I'd vote for President Biden even if he was on life support. The alternative is incredibly scary."

Goldberg's steadfast support for Biden was evident as she continued to defend him on the show. She highlighted the resilience Biden showed after a challenging debate with Kamala Harris, which initially led many to question his candidacy. "He had a bad night the first time he went out and debated with Kamala Harris, and everybody wanted him to quit then," she said. "He came back and said, you know what, I've got it, and he gave four years."

Goldberg also addressed the rumors and criticisms surrounding Biden's physical condition, particularly the unsubstantiated claim that he "pooped his pants" at a D-Day event. She downplayed the significance of such rumors, stating, "I have poopy days all the time. I step in so much poo, you can't even imagine. Now, I'm not running the world, but I don't know anybody who doesn't step in stuff at some point."

The discussion on "The View" touched a nerve, reflecting the deep divide in public opinion regarding Biden's presidency. While critics argue that Goldberg's comments reflect blind loyalty, her supporters see her as a voice of reason in a highly polarized political landscape. "Whoopi and @ananavarro are correct. The @DNC @SenateDems @HouseDemocrats should be supporting @biden instead of wanting him to step down," one viewer opined, reinforcing the idea that Biden's leadership is still valued by many.

Goldberg's remarks and the subsequent reactions underscore the broader debate about leadership, competence, and loyalty in American politics. As the 2024 election approaches, these discussions will likely intensify, with public figures like Goldberg playing a pivotal role in shaping the narrative and influencing voter sentiment.