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Sunny Hostin says black Americans are buying guns to protect themselves from 'white supremacy'

The View’s Sunny Hostin said African Americans are buying guns to protect themselves from “white supremacy.”. “If you listen to the FBI’s statistics, we had FBI Director [Christopher] Wray testify that the greatest threat in the United States is white supremacy, and who are the victims of white supremacy? Generally, they are African Americans, and so I really believe that that is why you are seeing African Americans now buying guns and arming themselves and protecting themselves,” the former federal prosecutor said Wednesday. “The Second Amendment is for everyone.”
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The View Cohost Sunny Hostin on How She Fell in Love With the Island of Martha's Vineyard-Her 'Happy Place'

I grew up in the Bronx, so my beach was always Orchard Beach, which was a train ride away. When I was around 13, I was invited togo to Martha's Vineyard for the first time with a friend. My dad wanted me to experience the world of the Vineyard, because he knew that many of the beaches there-like Oak Bluffs and Inkwell Beach-have strong ties to the African American community.
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Meghan McCain Shuts Down Sunny Hostin: 'AOC is One of the Shrewdest Politicians in America'

AOC week continued on The View Friday morning when Meghan McCain and Sunny Hostin clashed over the New York congresswoman's influence. After Hostin said Rep. Ocasio-Cortez is just "stat[ing] the facts" about the GOP, McCain shut her co-host down. "Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is one of the shrewdest politicians in America right now," said the conservative. "She's not just this innocent fawn in the woods."
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The View’s Sunny Hostin Confronts GOP Senator on Her Vote Against 1/6 Commission: ‘How Can You Not Want to Find Out the Truth?’

Sunny Hostin tore into Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) for voting against a bipartisan January 6 commission, questioning how she could “not want to find out the truth.”. “Some members of Congress are trying to rewrite history, comparing it to a normal tourist visit rather than the insurrection that we all witnessed. Live. You were there that day in the chamber and you called it horrible and not the America you know. So how can you not want to find out the truth about it so that something like that never, ever occurs again in our history?” Hostin said.
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‘The View’: Sunny Hostin Blasts “Desperate” Republicans for “Trafficking in Conspiracy Theories”

Meghan McCain Slams Mask-Wearing Liberals On 'The View,' Plans to Have "Hot Vaxx Spring" Meghan McCain Snaps at Republicans "Shivving" Liz Cheney on 'The View'. Sunny Hostin bashed the Republican party on The View this morning, accusing them of being in “absolute chaos” after losing the presidential election and landing “firmly in the minority.” During a conversation about Florida’s restrictive new voting bill signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis yesterday, Hostin slammed Republicans for how they’re handing their loss.
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Meghan McCain and Sunny Hostin Unite to Drag "Garbage" Olympic Committee

Hell froze over this morning on The View when Meghan McCain and her ideological opposite Sunny Hostin joined forces to condemn the International Olympic Committee's ban on Black Lives Matter apparel. In a rare moment, Hostin and McCain agreed that the decree amounts to telling athletes to "shut up and play," and they skewered the "garbage" Olympic Committee for violating their freedom of speech and expression.
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Sunny Hostin Launches ‘Roots & Wings’ Production Company

Emmy Award-winning journalist and legal analyst Sunny Hostin has announced that she is launching a new production company called Roots & Wings. Hostin’s imprint will look to amplify voices in Hollywood that are often overlooked and neglected. “I want to make sure that someone watches and knows that seeing an...
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Sunny Hostin Calls Her New Book Summer on the Bluffs a 'Love Letter to Black and Latina Women'

Sunny Hostin is kicking off summer with a new beach read for fans. On Tuesday, the author, 52, released her debut novel Summer on the Bluffs, which she tells PEOPLE is her "love letter to Black people, Black women and Latina women." Set in Oak Bluffs, a town located on the island of Martha's Vineyard and the most exclusive Black beach community in the country, Summer on the Bluffs follows the lives of Amelia Vaux Tanner and her three older godchildren from different backgrounds, whom Amelia considers to be surrogate daughters.
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The View's Sunny Hostin launches a production company for diverse voices, will produce a TV series based on her new novel

Hostin's Roots & Wings Productions will focus on characters long neglected in Hollywood. “I want to make sure that someone watches and knows that seeing an Afro Latina journalist on screen is a possibility,” Hostin tells Variety. Her first show will be based on her novel Summer on the Bluffs, released today, for ABC Signature and Octavia Spencer’s production company. Summer on the Bluffs focuses on “beach communities that African Americans were historically known to be able to summer at," says Hostin. “I’m humbled to have the backing of a company like Disney,” Hostin said. “We’re going to create really intentional premium and diverse content together that centers on women and people of color, as well as people in the LGBTQ+ community — stories that I think will be fresh and that you haven’t seen before.”
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The View’s Sunny Hostin: 25 Things You Don’t Know About Me (‘My Secret Hobby Is Beekeeping’)

Talk about hot topics! Ahead of the release of her new book, Summer on the Bluffs, Sunny Hostin opened up exclusively to Us Weekly with 25 things you might not know about her — including what life is like on the set of The View, what she’d be doing if she weren’t a journalist and lawyer, and her unhealthy obsession. Read on to learn more about the 52-year-old daytime talk show host.
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‘I am so relieved’: Sunny Hostin breaks down on air following Chauvin guilty verdict

The View’s Sunny Hostin became emotional on-air while reacting to the verdict for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was found guilty on all charges in the murder of George Floyd.Through tears, the ABC News host explained that she was “so relieved” by the decision. “This is what justice finally looks like for my community,” she said.Hostin added: “And while I know that this does not bring George Floyd back to his family, to his loved ones, to his brother... at least I believe now that the movement that we’ve seen ... is not just a moment.”Hostin, who...
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ABC's Sunny Hostin Breaks Down in Tears After Derek Chauvin Verdict: 'This Is What Justice Finally Looks Like'

The View co-host Sunny Hostin didn’t hold her emotions back in a powerful speech reacting to the guilty verdict handed down on Tuesday in the Derek Chauvin trial. Appearing on ABC News’ coverage of the verdict as the network’s senior legal correspondent, Hostin noted that “I’ve been a lawyer for 27 years” before recalling being in law school in 1992 when the Rodney King verdict came in, with all four LAPD officers being acquitted. “I believed my eyes then, so I believed my eyes this time with George Floyd.” As a lawyer, she knew that a quickly reached verdict meant a likely conviction, but “because it is so rare that police officers are convicted, because Black men and Black boys are killed by police with impunity in this country” and “because I am the mother of an 18-year-old boy who is now in South Africa, and I feel that he is safer in South Africa than he is in his own country, I am so relieved that this is what justice finally looks like for my community.”