Comedian and TV host Whoopi Goldberg on Wednesday offered to fund Rep. Steve King’s (R-Iowa) departure from the U.S. after he doubled down on racially charged remarks praising a far-right Dutch politician.

“My point is this — I got some money that I saved up,” Goldberg said on ABC’s “The View."

“I’ll get you a ticket if you really like the way of life this man is suggesting,” Goldberg added, referencing King's praise for Dutch prime minister candidate Geert Wilders.

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“Go on and go over there where everybody may think like you — they don’t, they don’t. This doesn’t fly in America, babe.”

Goldberg pointed to the Iowa lawmaker's Irish background as contradictory to his hard-line stance on immigrants. 

“I know that you are the child of immigrants,” she said. "Years ago, the Irish were considered as low as anyone.”

“So what do you think would have happened if your mother decided to believe as you believe?” Goldberg asked. "You probably wouldn’t have been born and we wouldn’t be having this conversation.”

Goldberg added Wilders — who supports barring Muslim immigration to the Netherlands — is “another really racist, horrifying, right-wing crazy crazy.”

King sparked controversy last Sunday for tweeting his support for Wilders.

“Wilders understands that culture and demographics are destiny,” King tweeted. "We can’t restore civilization with somebody else’s babies.”

Democrats and Republicans alike criticized the post, prompting King to repeatedly defend his remarks. He told CNN that he "meant exactly what I said."

“I really don’t know why people hyperventilate over a tweet,” he later told “Breitbart News Daily.”

“But if I had room to add on, I would say, ‘You can’t rebuild your civilization with somebody else’s babies unless you adopt them and bring them into your homes and raise them as your own,’” King added.

“They’re imparting a different culture, a different civilization, and that culture and civilization, the imported one, rejects the host’s culture, and so they are supplanting Western civilization with Middle Eastern civilization."