Sunny Hostin Decries Judging a Person’s Character, Not Skin Color

Nicholas Fondacaro | January 16, 2023
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Former federal prosecutor and staunch racist, Sunny Hostin of ABC’s The View spent the Martin Luther King Jr. Day edition of the show decrying the public’s focus and mass adoption of his dream of judging a person solely by their character and not the color of their skin. The multi-millionaire was also irate that the public focused on those comments and instead of giving her the reparations she felt she deserved.

“The question is, are we closer to realizing the dream 60 years later or do we still have so much to do?” co-Whoopi Goldberg asked the panel, immediately going to Hostin. “I think that we have a long way to go. I think there's been progress certainly. I think the biggest problem with Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy is that people misinterpret his legacy. They misinterpret what he was asking for,” Hostin responded.

Hostin proceeded to scoff at the idealization and lionizing of King’s dream for a society that didn’t judge people based on race, and argued that he wanted wealth “redistribution."


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