“The View” host Sunny Hostin polled the 1.7 million voters who voted for Republican Herschel Walker in Wednesday’s Georgia Senate runoff.
“Who are these 1.7 million people?” The host asked co-host Whoopi Goldberg if they were people who “wanted to win.”
He added: “It’s a terrible thing.”
Hostin also said Republicans have found the most “qualified” and “unclean” black person to run against Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-GA.
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“Republicans always argue about identity politics and how Democrats use identity politics, and we talk a lot about race and we talk a lot about the LGBTQ+ community, and it’s not about identity politics. They made this race about identity politics. They trying to find a black man because there was another black man running around,” he said.
Warnock defeated Walker in a runoff Tuesday night.
“This is an insult to me as a black woman. How can you think that?” – said Hostin.
Co-author Alyssa Farah Griffin said Warnock was a “rising star” in the Democratic Party, even though she disagreed with most of his policies.
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Hostin called out Latino voters for “voting against their own interests” by voting for a Republican.
“What’s really interesting to me is that there are so many Latinos who vote Republican because they vote against their own self-interest. If you really care about these issues, then you’re a Democrat,” he said in September. .
The liberal host also called being a black Republican an “oxymoron.”
“I feel like it’s an oxymoron, a black Republican,” Hostin said in a May episode of “The View,” interrupting guest host Lindsey Granger.
“I don’t understand either of you,” Hostin said to Ana Navarro and Granger. “I don’t understand black Republicans or Latino Republicans.”
Walker acknowledged Warnock on Tuesday and said he was not trying to make “excuses” to his supporters.
“But one of the things I want to tell you is that you never stop dreaming. I don’t want any of you to stop dreaming. I don’t want any of you to stop believing in America. I want you to believe in America and believe in the Constitution and the people who were elected continue to believe in our officials. Most importantly, continue to pray for them,” Walker said.