Nominations for “The View” or any of its hosts will no longer be accepted by the Daytime Emmy Awards.

Emmy Awards International LLC took steps to make its show more open to right-leaning shows like “The Five” on Fox News, which has never won an award. This led to the decision.

“We want people to understand that we can’t keep putting these women on a pedestal when they’re really just terrible,” said company CEO Joe Barron. “Whoopi is toxic.

What if she says something pro-Hitler again right before she wins an award?

What do they plan to do? What you should do is laugh all the way to the bank in Alyssa Milano’s Volkswagen.

There is some truth to what Barron is worried about.

Will Smith’s movie about black people and slavery was not nominated for a Golden Globe, and the Oscar committee will probably do the same.

The Daytime Emmys are following the rules for award shows.

“Our sister company, Emmy Awards of America Inc, will accept nominations on a case-by-case basis, but we can’t accept any.”

Art Tubolls, a spokesman for Goldberg, told a source that the show plans to sue the company for discrimination, which is a card they have to play.

“She says that she and Anna Navaro have a good chance at something because of affirmative action.

Will Smith couldn’t be reached for a comment. There is no way to appeal the decision, and there is no official way to do so.