Watch: Sunny Hostin Steps on a Shovel in Defense of Kamala Harris Over Low Approval Ratings

Far-left "View" co-host Sunny Hostin speaks during the May 30, 2023 episode. (Credit: The View/ABC)

“The View” co-host Sunny Hostin is one of the most rabidly racist people on television and it’s really not even debatable at this point.

On any given day, she’s spouting off racist remarks such as the ones where she likened white women who vote for Republicans to roaches voting for Raid roach spray.


There was also the Sept. 2022 segment where Hostin accused former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley of being a race traitor and sellout because a) she’s a Republican and b) she’s been going by the name “Nikki” since she was a child and not her first name, which is Nimarata.

When Hostin was called out by her co-host Sara Haines, who correctly pointed out that Sunny herself doesn’t use her own name – Asunción – either, Hostin further insulted millions of Americans by claiming she was doing so because no one knew how to say her real name right, though she left out the part about how she admittedly started using it in 2021 as a way to advance her career.

The Tuesday show was no different for Hostin, except this time around she told on herself in a big way in trying to defend Vice President Kamala Harris over her low approval and favorability ratings.

First, she proclaimed that the reason Harris was unpopular with most voters was because of, you guessed it, racism, even though faux “conservative” Alyssa Farah Griffin accurately pointed out that there are legitimate criticisms about Harris that have nothing to do with the color of her skin:


When Haines, who genuinely looked afraid to be confronting Hostin, inconveniently brought up some of Harris’ infamous word salads and included receipts to go along with it, Hostin’s laughable explanation was to suggest Harris was using a trick they teach students in law school:

But it was in the next round of commentary where Hostin’s racist tendencies shined through as she stated that white Republican women vote for the GOP because… it’s what their husbands want. “White women want to protect the patriarchy because it’s to their benefit,” Hostin declared:


Hostin then hilariously tried to explain while giving a shout-out to Joy Behar that white Democratic women voted Democrat because they supported the actual policies, but that white Republican women were different and could not think for themselves:

When Haines chimed in with a sensible claim about not judging people based on their characteristics and Hostin said without evidence that she was wrong, Whoopi Goldberg conveniently interrupted them to end the segment, just as she’s done before when Hostin told on herself:

As I’ve said before, this is – sadly – what obsession with identity politics does to people. It turns even the most privileged among them into bitter, self-loathing human beings who are incapable of viewing anything outside the prism of race or sex or whatever. You lose sight of who people are because your sole focus is on their physical characteristics and cultural background over the sum total of the person.


I’ll leave you with some final thoughts from Rep. Burgess Owens (R-Utah) who absolutely went off on Hostin after she once called the term “black Republican” an “oxymoron”:

“There are people who look like me that instead of standing up for my race, they will do anything they have to do to keep in power. Those folks who want to stay on ‘The View,’ they will hold that line no matter how many blacks have been killed in these cities, how inflation is eating up our livelihood, how black businesses were burned throughout the last two years by Black Lives Matter.

They love their jobs, they love their power, they love their profitability. These are the worst of the worst of our country. People who do not stand for every American living the American dream, particularly those who in the past had a difficult time getting there. We need to get back to basics. At the end of the day, those who focus on race are called racists. Period. I don’t care if they’re black or white.

Those of us who look at each other from the inside out and look for meritocracy. Those of us who feel that the American dream could be of anyone, we need to make sure that message of hope and unity comes together, instead of this devious hatred and anger that we see on places like ‘The View’ right now.”


‘Nuff said.

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