Our main characters on Twitter Tuesday were University of Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh and comedian Whoopi Goldberg.
HAVING A GOOD ONE
HARBAUGH: Conservatives cheered the Wolverines legend for refusing to back down from anti-abortion remarks he made last week. Harbaugh told an ESPN interviewer Saturday that the procedure is “the most horrendous thing I could possibly conceive,” and that he and his wife would raise any unwanted children of Michigan players or staff.
"We got a big house. We’ll raise that baby."
Jim Harbaugh doubles down on his anti-abortion stance. Offers to raise babies his players, staffers or family members have, but don't want.
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) July 26, 2022
HAVING A BAD ONE
GOLDBERG: Critics were unimpressed after the Holocaust-challenged co-host of ABC’s “The View” walked back her Monday claim that Turning Point USA welcomed neo-Nazi protesters into its conference over the weekend. “The View,” facing legal action from the conservative group, apologized Wednesday.
While they were forced by their legal department to correct two of these misrepresentations live on air, Whoopi continued to insist that TPUSA somehow welcomed “nazis” into our event “metaphorically.” pic.twitter.com/320UV0aH0G
— Turning Point USA (@TPUSA) July 26, 2022