Whoopi Goldberg railed against Virginia Attorney General and 2013 gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli on Monday's "The View" for supporting the state's "Crimes Against Nature" legislation.
The law, deemed unconstitutional by the US Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, prohibits anal and oral sex between consenting adults. In addition to his controversial views on homosexuality and LGBT rights, Cuccinelli has been campaigning on his desire to reinstate the "Crimes Against Nature" legislation.
Goldberg was not enthused. "First of all, how do I know that you haven't indulged," Goldberg said. "The second thing is: Why are you in my bedroom? Get out! Get out!" She added, "I don't remember God saying anything about you coming in my bedroom and telling me what to do. So sir, you're not going to become the governor if you stay on this track. I'm going to make sure you're not going to become governor."