During a Monday segment on The View, Whoopi Goldberg blasted Michele Bachmann for signing an anti-gay marriage pledge.

While Goldberg, who supports marriage equality, said she disagreed with the Iowa-based Christian conservative group The Family Leader's decision to include the issue of gay marriage in the document, she blasted the group for the pledge's racial overtones.

The original two-page document included the passage that an African-America baby born into slavery in 1860 was more likely to be raised in a two-parent household than after the nation elected its first African-American president.

Bachmann and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum signed the pledge before the group removed the passage.

“I am starting to feel like there's some kind of racial thing going around,” Goldberg told the panelists. “Now I realize that I'm not supposed to jump to that conclusion. I'm not supposed to automatically assume there's something racial, but damn it I am sick of this crap!”

“Could you people get your act together,” she said, pointing a finger at the camera. “You don't know anything about how slaves raised their kids or why people were together. Just don't add stuff like that if you don't know what you're talking about!”

Elisabeth Hasselbeck, the most conservative woman on the panel, suggested Bachmann had derailed her own campaign: “It's pretty ridiculous the signing of this thing, all in all. And I think it may put the nail in the coffin for any sort of chance for Bachmann moving forward.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

(Related: Gary Johnson offended by anti-gay marriage pledge.)