Sunny Hostin Attacks White Women In Racial Putdown

On Tuesday, Sunny Hostin, co-host of “The View,” stated that white women vote for Republicans in order to safeguard the patriarchy and because they conform to their husbands.

Hostin said she has a similar theory, and it’s supported by studies and literature, such as a book published a while ago, which revealed that white women also enslaved people and property. Hostin stated that women, specifically white women, aim to safeguard the patriarchy as it favors them. 

They want their husbands to succeed. They want their sons to succeed. They want their children to succeed. Hostin mentioned that they want to ensure their success. Most women in certain studies are married and white and follow their husband’s behavior.

Hostin made the remarks following a conversation among panelists about an article in The Washington Post. The article featured women who claimed that their support for former President Donald Trump remained unchanged despite the verdict in a civil case brought by writer E. Jean Carroll.

The panelists had differing opinions on Vice President Kamala Harris’ performance during the show. Hostin argued that Harris played a vital role in President Joe Biden’s win in the 2020 election.

In the past, white women have been criticized by liberals over political issues such as Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation battle and abortion legislation. In September, Hostin alleged that Nikki Haley concealed her ethnicity to advance as a Republican candidate for office.

“Nikki Haley, the chameleon?” Hostin mocked. She then asked the panel what Nikki Haley’s real name is, implying she conceals it for political gain.

Sunny, whose real name is Asunción, stated that Americans struggle to pronounce her name due to a lack of education in the country.

Critics have accused her of targeting Black Republicans and calling them an “oxymoron.”

Hostin has expressed her opinion that being a Black Republican makes no sense. She also mentioned that she doesn’t comprehend the idea of Latino Republicans, either.