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Sunny Hostin sparks outrage by calling for abolition of the Republican party

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Sunny Hostin of The View sparked outrage after he called for the abolition of the GOP party, calling Republicans a “party of white supremacy” and “firearms slaughter.”

Hostin, 53, wasn’t afraid to voice her opinion in Thursday’s episode as the ladies of “The View” discussed recent mass shootings, including Wednesday’s Tulsa hospital shooting.

Native New Yorker started ranting after admitting she didn’t ‘always agree with Joy’ [Behar]’ — which started the discussion — but she did agree with her co-host, 79, about Republicans.

Earlier in the segment, Behar said, “I always say, ‘Don’t vote Republicans.'”

Sonny agreed, saying, “So I’m with you now, Joy. Down with the Republicans, down with the party. Because as the party stands now, it is the party of white supremacy, it is the party of insurgents, the party of massacres at this point. It’s the party… you can’t trust it.’

Sunny Hostin, 53, sparked outrage after calling for the abolition of the GOP party, calling Republicans a “party of white supremacy” and “firearms slaughter.” She said, ‘Get rid of the Republicans, get rid of the party. Because as the party stands now, it is the party of white supremacy, it is the party of insurgents, the party of massacres at this point.”

Joy Behar, 79, sparked the conversation on Thursday's episode by telling viewers not to

Joy Behar, 79, sparked the conversation on Thursday’s episode by telling viewers not to “vote for Republicans” until gun reform is complete

Behar encouraged the conversation, saying, “Here’s the motto: Vote for Democrats and save a Republican’s job.

†[Americans] can go back to [voting for Republicans] after we get gun laws.

“I think, for now, the way to save their jobs – because Republicans will be voted out if they vote for gun safety,” she continued. “The only way to keep their jobs is to vote for the Democrats. Then they can do whatever they want in the Republican Party and we’ll have more Democrats to get the laws done,” de Behar said.

Hostin agreed that Republicans were blocking gun reforms, calling Mitch McConnell a “liar.”

The two women strongly argued for the temporary abolition of the Republican party in order to put Democrats in the legislature to reform gun laws.  Behar (left) told viewers they could 'go back to' [voting for Republicans] after we get gun laws

The two women strongly argued for the temporary abolition of the Republican party in order to put Democrats in the legislature to reform gun laws. Behar (left) told viewers they could ‘go back to’ [voting for Republicans] after we get gun laws”

“You can never trust Mitch McConnell and his word, because he’s a filthy liar and has been for a long time,” she bellowed. Republicans get caught up in gun security because they care only about power.

“Get the AR-15s off the planet, I think. Down with supplies, down with these weapons of war and it won’t happen with the Republicans in power,” she said.

Guest host Tara Setmayer also agreed, saying, “That’s why I left the Republican Party.”

Earlier this week, controversial host Whoopi Goldberg also said AR-15s should be banned and owners should be “put in jail.”

“Report them and we’ll put them in jail.” she said on Wednesday. The host also said they would “come” for guns if women can no longer have abortions.

Since the segment aired this morning, Twitter has been on fire criticizing the two hosts. Behar has suffered most from the criticism, as the liberal has been quite vocal on Twitter about voting out “power-hungry congressmen” such as Senator Ted Cruz (R-Tx) and Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

The host even retweeted a post that Republicans are the reason “democracies are dying.”

Behar has been extremely vocal on Twitter in recent weeks about voting out Republicans

Behar has been extremely vocal on Twitter in recent weeks about voting out Republicans

Behar’s recent attacks on the Republican party have focused primarily on gun violence, which she highlighted in Thursday’s episode.

The Williamsburg resident became passionate and emotional when she told viewers that more than 600 children will have died from gun violence in 2022, reiterating her point about voting out Republicans.

The Gun Violence Archive (GVA) has documented 20 more shootings since the May 24 shooting in Uvalde. GVA defines a mass shooting as four or more people are shot or killed.

According to the group, May 26 is the only day in the past week that there has been no mass shooting.

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