Watch: 'The View' Demand Reparations, Hostin Has A Mental Breakdown After Being Called Out
The View took a day dedicated to celebrating Native Americans to demand operations. As if that wasn't out of place enough, host Sunny Hostin to a strange venture to have a meltdown over social media users calling her out for race-baiting nonracial charged issues —You know, as she does.
Hostin cried that users called her racist but failed to understand why.
"I think when you talk about reparations, it's such a hot button issue. The minute you start talking about reparation, people call you a racist. And I've always said, you know, please, people need to start just looking up what the definition of racism is. It's really a power dynamic. It's not just about the color of your skin.
And I think when you talk about those who committed crimes who owe reparations, those are the people who committed the atrocities of slavery, who stole land, who killed indigenous people. Today, is indigenous people's day. Those reparations are still owed, and so to sort of try to subvert the conversation and bastardize the conversation and call people racist because you call out racism is something that I get to experience every single day on social media, thank you very much. I am somehow a race baiter and a racist because I call it like I see it."
Hostin's added, "I think it's being used as a political wedge issue now. Everything is racist. Everything is racist, especially if you call it out."
Sara Haines, the token conservative, followed Hostin up by adding that what people are the issue, "This is full stop racism to so many levels. And they clearly don't understand what reparations are because the people committing those crimes were the white people," she snarked.
That's when Whoopi Goldberg chimed in and demanded operations because the US 'over stepped':
"let us not forget that America has paid reparations before to folks for wrongdoing. Okay? So, that's what the reparations are about, is recognizing when you've overstepped. Okay? That's what that's about. So when you want to throw one group – remember, if we're going to throw stuff around, everybody's got a lot to answer. The whole idea is to recognize there's an issue and deal with it, which y'all continue not to do, which is why the problem remains."
I think people are tired of everything boiling down to skin color when there are actual issues we need to come together on. Personally, I think it's by design and Hostin is just playing her part as a divisive media troll. How could the politicians rule with absolute power if the peasants ever united?