Toys"R"Us Spokeswoman Defends Child Rape

Toys”R”Us spokesperson on Roman Polanski forcibly raping a 13 year-old girl,
“I don’t think it was rape-rape.”

Toys”R”Us spokeswoman Whoopi Goldberg

Toys”R”Us spokesperson Whoopi Goldberg, a child advocate, used her fame to defend child rape this week.
FOX News reported:

Hollywood moguls are pressuring California lawmakers to do what they can to stop the extradition of Roman Polanski, aiming to prevent the Oscar-winning director from being forcibly returned to the U.S. to do time for raping a 13-year-old girl in the 1970s.

The only problem — the government isn’t interested.

Actors and actresses from Harrison Ford to Debra Winger have reportedly joined the growing throng of liberal celebrities calling for Polanski to be released following his arrest in Switzerland last week…

Whoopi Goldberg used her spot on ABC’s “The View” to try to clear up the record regarding the crime to which Polanski pleaded guilty in 1978.

I know it wasn’t ‘rape’ rape. I think it was something else, but I don’t believe it was ‘rape’ rape,” said Goldberg, dismissing the possibility that Polanski had forced himself on anyone.

Actually, Polansky’s crime is worse than people know.


More… It appears Whoopi Goldberg is facing a fierce backlash after saying that film director Roman Polanski didn’t commit “rape-rape” when he had unlawful sex with a 13-year-old girl.

You Might Like