Whoopi Goldberg expressed her emotions on this morning’s episode of The View. Goldberg hit her breaking point during a debate about Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene and her controversial appearance on 60 Minutes, tearing up her notes and ending the debate.

While the segment ended with some drama, it started with a news clip, as many View chats do. Goldberg asked her co-hosts if they agreed that 60 Minutes was helping to “legitimize her ridiculous rhetoric” after playing a video of Greene saying Democrats “support grooming children” and “sexualizing children.”

People are upset with 60 Minutes because “it’s such a respected program [and] Lesley Stahl is such a respected journalist, and so people hold them up to a high level, and this is not the level that we expect of them,” according to Ana Navarro.

Whoopi Goldberg

Whoopi Goldberg

While Sara Haines claimed that the program was “giving her a louder microphone than she deserves or has earned,” Sunny Hostin disagreed, claiming that Greene’s 60 Minutes interview was fine because “she looked like an idiot.”

Hostin did have a problem with how Stahl handled the interview. “I wanted statistics and push-backs… you know Lesley always got a book full of receipts,” she told the panel. What happened to them? Where had the papers gone? They were nowhere to be found.”

Goldberg concluded the segment by calmly pointing out that Greene claims to be a “protector of children,” but she “wants more guns in schools,” and reminding everyone that Greene once called for Nancy Pelosi to be “hung for treason.”

She paused and stopped as she started to rattle off another point from the cue cards in her hands, telling viewers, “No, I’m not even going to say that; I’m not going to say it,” as she ripped the notes in two.

“We have people on these committees who have no brain power and the capacity to continue to ignore any facts or push-back. She doesn’t care if you push back on her,” Goldberg continued. “She’s one of those people who just is gonna do what she does. And you don’t have to watch it — I did not.”

After ripping up her notecards once more, Goldberg said, “So goodnight, Marjorie Taylor Greene.”