(CBrief) – Whoopi Goldberg, the co-host of the ABC talk show “The View,” has not been one who plays well with others when they disagree with her, and the token Republican on the show’s panel felt that wrath.

It happened on Wednesday after President Joe Biden gave his State of the Union address and the Republican rebuttal was given by Arkansas Gov. Sarah Sanders, who argued that she wants to ban CRT in her state’s schools. The panel discussed Sanders’ argument against CRT (critical race theory) and Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ decision to eliminate an AP African American History course that also included teachings on “queer theory.”

Republican co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin, a former member of former President Donald Trump’s staff, said she disagreed with Gov. DeSantis’ decision but she did agree with concerns about teaching CR

“Can I say one thing because this is really important? What Ron DeSantis did with banning black history, that is going way further than what many members of my party have raised concerns with,” the Republican said. “There’s a lot of parents who get concerned with elements of critical race theory—”

But Goldberg would not allow her to finish her thought as she interrupted.

“I’m gonna say this one more time,” the actress said. “Elements of critical race theory are not being taught to five-year-olds! It’s not taught to eight-year-olds, it’s not taught to 10-year-olds. It’s not what 10-year-olds learn! Look, if you’re scared of American history … I don’t get it.”

It should not be a stunner that Goldberg was incorrect, as she has often been.

Parts of CRT have been known to have been taught in K-12 schools and a poll in October said that the majority of high school students have been taught some aspects of CRT. The polls showed that 67 percent heard in school that “white people have white privilege” and 57% had heard that “white people have unconscious biases that negatively affect non-white people.”

“But, I think it’s an important distinction because what he’s doing is so absurd, it’s going so far,” the Republican co-host said. “You’re literally talking about erasing history, not bringing in the theories and the theoretical and the more college-level stuff that is in CRT. You’re literally saying we’re not going to learn about slavery, we’re not gonna learn about the Civil War. That’s more dangerous. I want to separate those two, not that both don’t deserve to be discussed, but that’s going dangerously far. I don’t know that Sarah is trying to do just that yet, but it’s a slippery slope.”

Goldberg asserted that the governors are frightened that white children are going to learn about history even though, by law, Florida students are required to learn about black history.

“If you’re so concerned that your children, and particularly I’m talking about white children because that’s the conversation that they seem to be having if you’re so concerned that white children are gonna feel bad because history happened and they happened to be white, how do you think black kids are feeling?” the actress and comedian said.