Hostin Declares All GOP Voters ‘Biggest Domestic Threat’ to America

The rhetoric from ABC’s The View has steadily grown more and more dangerous and possibly inciting, as co-host Sunny Hostin spent part of Thursday’s show maligning all 74 million Republican 2020 voters by calling them the “biggest domestic threat” to the country after House Republicans opposed a Democratic-led effort against so-called “domestic terrorism.” Both she and co-host Sara Haines scoffed at concerns that slapping on labels could lead to a slippery slope.

After listening to soundbites about the GOP opposition in the House and Rep. Jerry Nadler (D.NY) calling all Republican Representatives racist, Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg ridiculed Antifa. They called the GOP the true terrorists.


BEHAR [Laughter]

GOLDBERG – Domestic terrorists vote on the bill.

Later on, Hostin would chime in with some nonsense from FBI director Christopher Wray claiming that right-wing “domestic terrorism” was “the biggest domestic threat.” This was said in 2020 after Antifa and Black Lives Matter terrorists besieged multiple U.S. cities around the country.



Then, she recited talking points of the liberal Anti-Defamation League to claim “the right” had “committed” 450 murders:

Over the past decade, ADL has accumulated about Politico extremists on the right committed at least 450 U.S. deaths. About 75 percent of the 450 murders were committed by right-wing extremists.

“And so, The Republican Party and especially the extremist right-wing are unlikely to support this bill. This exposes them as the party of insurrectionists. They welcome white supremacists into their tent.” she announced as the reason House Republicans (include Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY)) didn’t support the bill.

This is the same ADL that can’t get the definition of racism correct and whose leader gave his personal absolution to Goldberg after her anti-Semitic comments about the Holocaust.

“I thought they said a couple of weeks ago, I thought everyone was against white supremacy. I thought that was what everybody was said,” Goldberg sarcastically asked the rest of the cast. Hostin’s ghoulish response was to label all of former President Trump’s 74 million 2020 voters as extremists. “It’s hard to take a stand against it when those are your voters,”She laughed.

Former Trump press secretary turned self-enriching Never Trumper Stephanie Grisham piped up with a half-hearted notation that “the ACLU, at one time, also [did] not liked that language” in the bill and asked Hostin if the slippery slope argument was “valid.”

Given her unhinged natureHostin denied this. Sara Haines, who laughed at the slippery slope commenting that it was, also supported her. “They’re, like, what are we going to say, is that next, like parents and school?”

Meanwhile, Hostin made that exact claim just two days prior: “… you’ve got an 18-year-old kid who drives 200 miles to kill black people with a single vision to kill black people. And now we have parents storming school boards…”

Sunny Hostin’s dangerous attacks and smears of the right were made possible because of lucrative sponsorships from Crest and Olay. You can find their contact information here.

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ABC’s The View
April 19, 2022
Eastern, 11:07:25


WHOOPI Goldberg: When did Washington become a place that is divided by domestic terrorist attacks?

JOY BEAR: It’s a problem when they are part of it. [Laughter]

GOLDBERG – Domestic terrorists vote on the bill.


Eastern, 11:14:17

SUNNY HOTIN: What happened? Whoopi? In March 2020 Christopher Wray (director of FBI) testified before Congress. He stated that domestic terrorism is the greatest threat to the country.


HOSTIN – This is the most serious domestic threat. The bill was introduced by three Republicans in September 2020, as you have mentioned. The bill was unanimously approved.

GOLDBERG: Unanimous.

HOSTIN: Unanimous. What has changed? The answer is that we have had the Buffalo shooting. But what’s changed? It seems like the most extreme violence in America comes from the political left.

Over the past decade, ADL has recorded about 450 U.S. killings by political right-wing extremists. Right-wing extremists were responsible for about 75% of the 450 murders. So, it’s impossible for anyone to support this bill, even those who are part of the extreme right-wing Republican Party. This bill exposes the party and makes it clear that it is the party whose members welcome white supremacists into its ranks. This is what has changed.

Because everyone is asking changed, that’s what changed.

GOLDBERG That was my understanding of what everyone said.

HOSTIN: When those voters are you, it’s difficult to stand up against them.

BEHAR: These are your voters.

STEPHANIE GRAHAM: A legal question to the lawyer. I understand that Republicans fear that this bill would create a slippery slope for domestic terrorist labeling. I also know that the ACLU was once a member of the same group. [did]That language was not for me. Do you think that is a reason to worry?

They’re trying to play politics. Let me clarify, I want to know.

HOSTIN: I do not believe it is valid. HOSTIN: I don’t think it is valid. You are what?


SARA HAINES: And I think that all the things we reference see that we reference as domestic terrorism, when you see that – They’re, like, what are we going to say, is that next, like parents and school? Domestic terrorism is always an individual killing people.


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