Let it be said “The View’ never hits bottom. It just keeps going deeper and deeper into the abyss. A day after the show featured woke Hollywood actress Anne Hatheway saying another word for abortion was “mercy,” co-host Sunny Hostin generalized any white suburban woman who votes for a Republican in this election as a “roach.”
Tucker Carlson recently pointed out that the racist, anti-white rhetoric featured prominently on MSNBC reminded him of Hutu Radio, and it’s as if The View told Joy Reid et al to hold their beer. Not only are whites evil, now they aren’t even human. They aren’t even mammalian. According to Hostin, many white women are cockroaches.
No one really has to connect the dots here; what do you do with a roast infestation? None of this ends well. Take a look as Hostin, with the most sincere and matter-of-fact delivery possible, makes her reprehensible analogy to a clapping audience:
The View: "White Republican suburban women are now going to vote Republican. It's almost like roaches voting for Raid." pic.twitter.com/xLthJsaHyJ
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) November 3, 2022
I read a poll just yesterday that white Republican suburban women are now going to vote Republican. It’s almost like roaches voting for Raid, right? They’re voting against their own self-interest.
The fact that women are voting against their own healthcare….I am very surprised that white Republican suburban women are voting against our own healthcare.
Two things are worth taking away from this. First, obviously, there is the anti-white language. Imagine for a second if Donald Trump pulled this out in 2016. Instead of genuinely asking black voters what they had to lose by abandoning the Democrat plantation, what if he had said blacks were like roaches voting for Raid. The resultant backlash would have made the George Floyd riots look pale in comparison.
If we’re being honest, Democrat policies in the last fifty years have been destructive to black families – incentivizing women to marry the government, enabling men to abandon their moral duties, and allowing horrific black-on-black crime to skyrocket as a result of lax criminal justice policies. So while the language would be misplaced, the idea would certainly be more relevant.
Let’s just add this: He would never say that. It’s ugly, it’s dehumanizing, and conservatives don’t play like that. We don’t even think like that.
Not so for leftists, who Hostin reminded us so eloquently that they are not just anti-white, but anti-human. This message resonates loud and clear not just with her position on white women, but on the unborn as well.
The euphemisms are getting out of hand here. There was Hatheway’s “mercy” line, which was a new one, but then she also included a new phrase of “reproductive destiny.” Just for a refresher, here was the morally clueless Hatheway earlier this week:
Anne Hathaway says abortion “can be another word for mercy.”
Excuse me, what?
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) November 2, 2022
Hostin used the much more frequent “healthcare” line, which equally sanitizes the barbarity of murdering innocents. Heck, even the word abortion itself glosses over the reality of what happens.
Hostin got some pushback from another gal on the show, but her defense was not about the disparaging language of white women; rather, she defended women’s right to vote in their own interests. When one side alludes to the need for extermination, pushing back as she did just doesn’t cut it.
Featured image: Screen shot from embedded video.
"*" indicates required fields