Black Republicans Clap Back At 'The View' Co-Host Sunny Hostin After She Calls Them 'Oxymorons'

Black Republicans Clap Back At 'The View' Co-Host Sunny Hostin After She Calls Them 'Oxymorons'

Democrats continue to prove they are among the most prolific racists in America today — who also get away with being racist thanks to an adoring press corps that allows them to do so.

But then, many in the adoring press corps are just as guilty, such as “The View” co-host Sunny Hostin.

She turned heads again this week when she claimed that she couldn’t understand why any person of color could be a Republican, labeling them “oxymorons.”

“I feel like that’s an oxymoron: a Black Republican,” she said. “I don’t understand Black Republicans, and I don’t understand Latino Republicans.”

And while the rest of the media is looking the other way, we aren’t — and neither are a number of black and Hispanic Republicans who are taking it right back to Hostin.

The Washington Times notes:

Indiana congressional candidate Jennifer-Ruth Green had something to say after “The View” co-host Sunny Hostin called Black Republicans an “oxymoron.”

Ms. Green, who won Tuesday’s GOP primary in the race for the state’s First Congressional District, took to social media Friday to make herself known to the liberal commentator.

“Hi, @sunny. I’m Black and a proud Republican. I was raised to love America and value the principles of faith, family, personal responsibility, and service to country,” tweeted  Green, a U.S. Air Force Academy graduate who served as a mission commander for counterintelligence during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

“I just wanted to introduce myself,” Green, who faces Democratic Rep. Frank Mrvan in the November election, added.

Jeremy Hunt, a candidate in the GOP primary for Georgia’s Second Congressional District, took to social media as well to call out the comment as being “emblematic of where the progressive elites are right now.”

“They think that Blacks and Latinos, that we somehow owe our vote for nothing more than the color of our skin. It’s insulting, it’s disrespectful,” Hunt said.

He added that Americans of color are “waking up and realizing, why are we voting for liberal elites who mock our values?”

Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.), even offered to go on The View to explain why he’s black and Republican.

“What is there not to understand, @sunny?” tweeted Donalds. “Maybe @TheView would like to invite me on so that I can explain to them why I am Black Republican.”

Former presidential candidate and Housing and Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson described Hostin’s mindset as a “relic of Jim Crow,” Fox News reported.

“Conservative ideals like faith, liberty, community, and life transcend race, sex, and religion. More Americans are coming to that realization and that is why the left is so scared,” he noted further.

Texas GOP House candidate Mayra Flores also blasted Hostin on Friday, saying, “That’s racism right there, when someone tells you because of the color of your skin, because of where you’re from, you have to think a certain way.”


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