Saturday, June 22, 2024

Host of ‘The View’ Claims GOP Women Protect the Patriarchy by ‘Falling in Line’ w/ Their Husbands

'They want to make sure their husbands do well. They want to make sure their sons do well... '

(Robert Jonathan, Headline USA) One of the far-left co-hosts of the ABC daytime talk show The View has implied that white women who trend Republican have no agency and that they are merely tools of the so-called patriarchy.

The anti-GOP panelists were reacting to a Washington Post article about a presumably representative group of Pennsylvania women who have not turned against former President Donald Trump despite his personal baggage such as the verdict in the E. Jean Carroll lawsuit.

“If the election were held today between Trump and President Biden, most of the women said they’d vote for Trump, citing a visceral dislike of Biden and economic woes as the reasons driving their vote,” the Post article noted.

During the discussion on The View, Sunny Hostin launched into a diatribe that first alluded to white women who owned slaves in the Antebellum south, along with some studies and a book that she supposedly read.

“I think that women, white women in particular, want to protect this patriarchy here, because it’s to their benefit. They want to make sure their husbands do well. They want to make sure their sons do well. They want to make sure their children do well. And they want to make sure they do well,” Hostin asserted.

She added that “Most of the women in some of these studies are married white women. And they do fall in line with what their husbands are doing, what their husbands are voting.”

Colleague Alyssa Farah Griffin, who worked in the Trump administration but now is a vocal foe of the 45th president as are all the regulars on The View stage, then asked how Hostin explains female voter support for Bill Clinton or Andrew Cuomo, both of whom were engulfed in scandals.

Hostin replied that those voters backed the Democrat duo for policy reasons, but that was somehow not the case for Trump supporters.

“I think with white female Republicans, you have a Republican Party that is taking away your health right to decide for yourself,” Hostin, a lawyer, insisted, without evidence.

Citing comments in the Post article from a Trump voter that were very unfavorable about Trump’s personal foibles, Griffin, however, seemed to admit that the former-POTUS was a far superior steward of the economy than his successor in office.

“My family are these people where if your 401(k) went down by 25% when Biden came into office, money sometimes comes first.”

Co-host Sara Haines also seemed to disagree with Hostin in a roundabout, convoluted way.

While claiming that a cohort single-issue voters only wanted a pro-life Supreme Court, Haines asserted that “I don’t think groups are monolithic…I think we are a complicated nation with a lot of differences which makes this country really magical, and I wouldn’t project what keeps me up at night on everyone else.”

Hostin’s commentary on the Tuesday episode of the long-running TV program is not the first time that she smeared woman on the basis of race.

In the run-up to the 2022 midterm elections, she argued that white, Republican suburban women voting for the GOP is “almost like roaches voting for Raid.”

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