'The View' Host Sunny Hostin Hits Back at Racism Accusations: 'Everything Is Racist, Especially If You Call It Out – Yahoo News

'The View' Host Sunny Hostin Hits Back at Racism Accusations: 'Everything Is Racist, Especially If You Call It Out – Yahoo News

The View host Sunny Hostin has responded to the online critics who have labeled her racist. On Monday’s episode of the show, she defended her decision to “call it like I see it” during the panel discussion about reparations.
As reported by Decider, Ana Navarro said, “We all know what racism looks like, smells like, and sounds like. And this was racism.”
Hostin said, “the minute you start talking about reparations, people call you a racist,” adding, “I’ve always said, ‘Please, people need to start looking up what the definition of racism is.’”
“It’s really a power dynamic. It’s not just about the color of your skin. I think when you talk about those who committed crimes that owe reparations, those are the people that committed the atrocities of slavery, who stole land, who killed Indigenous people. Today is Indigenous Peoples Day. Yeah, those reparations are still owed.”
She noted that it’s “something I get to experience every single day on social media. I am somehow a race-baiter and a racist because I call it like I see it. And I think it’s being used as a political wedge issue now. Everything is racist especially if you call it out.”
Along with program viewers who were enraged by her remarks about Navarro being a “Latina lady” in the Republican party, the former governor of South Carolina responded to Hostin’s remarks against her for being “racist.”
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