Whoopi Goldberg is rooting for jail time for former President Donald Trump and made it clear during a conversation with her cohosts on ABC’s “The View,” where they celebrated Trump’s guilty verdict in the Manhattan hush money case.

Discussing his sentencing and whether he might be incarcerated, Whoopi suggested that failing to sentence Trump to prison would come with consequences for the nation.

According to her, not putting the Republican presidential candidate in prison would “give anyone permission to do what he said he could do, which was shoot people on 5th Avenue.”

During the show, Goldberg said that “great to see that our justice system can work,” as she doubted that before the guilty verdict because Trump had not already been convicted of something that would put him in prison or prevent his White House bid.

When Goldberg stated that she wants them to give Trump “six months,” co-host Sunny Hostin,, who used to be a federal prosecutor, said that “sources” inside District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office told her that prosecutors are seeking a year imprisonment for the former president.

“When you spend a year in prison in New York or under, you serve in Rikers Island,” Hostin said.

She went on to say that she looked forward to Trump being on parole, as she believes he would end up getting thrown back in prison after violating his parole terms.

“A man with a temperament of a toddler cannot withstand all of the things that you would have to do to be on probation and that means he could be sent back to Rikers!” she stated.

This was when Goldberg butted in to demand that Trump serves jail time, arguing that him avoiding prison “would set a bad precedent.”

“I’m hoping for all of our sakes that we are not chasing this. Because this — if we don’t have any consequences here, we are screwed because it means that everybody and their mama can decide they’re gonna go do what he did. And we give them permission to do what he said he could do, which was shoot people on 5th Avenue and not have any problems,” Goldberg said.

In a Thursday ruling, the jury in the case ruled that Trump was guilty of all 34 charges of falsifying business records filed against him.

With sentencing scheduled for July 11, Trump is expected to appeal the verdict, as he has maintained his innocence and repeatedly said that the entire case is a form of political witch-hunt promoted by President Joe Biden and Democrats.