Gordon Ramsay leads the fight to take “The View” off the air.

Last week, when Chef Gordon Ramsay made a rare appearance on The View, the hosts made him angry, and he stormed off the set in an unholy rage. Since then, the situation has gotten worse.

As usual, and as anyone who has seen Ramsay’s shows knows, he will not take it lying down. He is leading the charge in Hollywood and the rest of America to get rid of The View for good.

He yelled at our top reporter Joe Barron, “I want that f**king show off!”

“I want it to go away and stay gone.

Goldberg can get a job at one of your Walmarts and say hello to customers when they walk through the bloody door.”

That’s a lot of worry from the most popular English chef in the United States.

Ramsay kept talking and told his audience that the show wasn’t excellent and the hosts weren’t qualified.

“They are a bunch of stupid donkeys. That’s what they are.

“You know, I’ve never met someone whose thoughts and ideas I cared less about.”

Whoopi Goldberg had a short answer to Gordon’s outburst and explanation.

“Tell him to put more extras in the seats for “Kitchen Nightmares” so that it looks real and to stop all the obvious fakery on “Hell’s Kitchen.”

It’s funny how he makes getting those black shirts into a competition, even though the winner’s name is already on one of them.”

Ramsay’s answer to Goldberg was too rude for a family page. But it sounds the same as “duck stew.”