“The View” Host Insults Anyone Who Voted For Republican Candidate

(PresidentialHill.com)- One of the most politically divisive television programs today is The View.

The hosts are thoroughly leftist, ignorant, and insulting to most of the population.

Sunny Hostin, who just can’t fathom why anyone would have voted for Herschel Walker in Georgia, provides the most recent example.

Sunny Hostin, a co-host on “The View,” made fun of Herschel Walker voters by asking, “Who are these 1.7 million people?”

The voters who chose Republican Herschel Walker in the Georgia Senate runoff on Wednesday were characterized as stupid by Sunny Hostin. (Warnock voters must have been brilliant, one presumes.)

“Who are these 1.7 million people?” Hostin asked incredulously.

Co-host Whoopi Goldberg answered, saying they were people who “wanted to win.”

“That’s what’s terrible,” Hostin continued.

In addition, Hostin claimed that Republicans chose the most “undignified” and “unqualified” Black man to challenge Sen. Raphael Warnock, a Democrat from Georgia.

“The Republicans are constantly debating how much identity politics is used by Democrats and how we talk about race and the LGBTQ+ community too much, but it’s not about identity politics. They used identity politics to frame that race. Because another black man was running, they looked for a black man, she said.

Conservatives are routinely accused of harboring hatred by the left. But are there any more hateful people than this gaggle on “The View?”

Yahoo may be a close contender.

Yahoo news wrote that the right intentionally undermines racial moderation by elevating politicians like Herschel Walker. Candidates like Walker aren’t running for office to win over Black voters. They are the alt-right equivalent of Emperor Caligula sending his horse Incitatus to the senate as consul; they exist to enrage Black voters for the amusement of racists. It serves as a sign of their disrespect for the political system.

The View thinks that Walker, and the people who voted for him, are stupid.

Yahoo believes that in addition to being stupid, the people pushing Walker are simultaneously sinister and stupid and exploit blacks for “kicks.”

That is a pretty despicable take, as well.