Whoopi Goldberg compares border facilities to fake Nazi concentration camp set up to fool Red Cross

Following President Trump's war of words with House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., about conditions on the southern border Sunday, "The View" host Whoopi Goldberg boldly compared the detention facilities to a fake Nazi concentration camp set up to dupe the Red Cross during World War II.

"Cummings had a good reason to say that there was a problem," she said Monday. "World War II started in 1939. From 1941-1945 tens of thousands of Jews were kept in Nazi labor camps. There was a camp ... when the Red Cross was invited to inspect the camp in 1944, the Nazis hid the fact of what they were doing.

"And so they built a fake camp. And it was kind of like, no, everything’s fine here. Everybody was eating. People were walking around singing and stuff."

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Goldberg continued to hammer the administration and said more politicians need to visit border detention facilities as a bipartisan bloc to finally establish a consensus on the actual conditions and avoid being fooled by fake optics.

"You can’t send folks to one place and say, no, no. Everything’s good. That’s why I say, Republicans, Democrats, Independents, altogether should have to go to the same place at the same time, and we should be able to see it," she said.

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"I don’t think one Republican going over here or this one — a Democrat going over here and saying, this is what I’m seeing when everyone is clearly seeing something that’s totally different."