Reparations Advocate Sunny Hostin Exposed as Descendent of Slave Owners

Sunny Hostin, a co-host of the far-left ABC propaganda show “The View,” has long advocated for the descendants of African American slaves to be given reparations.

However, during a recent appearance on the PBS documentary show “Finding Your Roots,” Hostin learned that her own ancestors were slave owners.

The show’s host Henry Louis Gates Jr. revealed to Hostin that one of her ancestors on her maternal side was likely involved in the slave trade in colonial Spain.

Her ancestor “owned at least one human being,” Gates noted.


The news is a blow for Hostin and her leftist allies who repeatedly suggest that white Americans owe a debt to black people for the acts of slavery that occurred long before anyone on Earth was born.

Nevertheless, Hostin is refusing to reassess her position on the matter.

On Thursday’s episode of “The View,” Hostin addressed her recent appearance on the PBS show.

“I still believe in reparations!” Hostin declared.

Though she acknowledged the news with the panel, the multi-millionaire shockingly insisted that she still “deserves” reparations.

“I still believe in reparations, by the way.

“So, y’all can stop texting me and emailing me and saying that I’m a white girl and I don’t deserve reparations!” Hostin said.

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She added, “I still believe in reparations.

“I still believe this country has a lot to do in terms of racial justice.”

Despite initially feeling “deeply disappointed” at the revelations, Hostin remarked that she now feels “enriched” knowing her family’s history.

“I’m enriched by knowing that my family has come so far from being enslavers to my mother marrying my father in 1968,” Hostin said.

Amazingly, the hosts then tried to argue that people are not responsible for the actions of their ancestors – the complete opposite of the reparations argument.

“You’re not responsible for what they did,” Behar told Hostin.

During the show, Hostin also described her mother’s reaction.

“She was deeply disappointed,” Hostin said.

“She actually cried about it.

“And then she said maybe that’s why I have been so connected to black culture because it’s an atonement in my spirit.

“And I received that,” she continued.

“I also found out – and there were slaves on both sides of our family, mother’s and father’s.

“But we are seven percent indigenous Puerto Rican!”

She added that her mother “really identified as Puerto Rican” prior to the news, but now Hostin argues the findings proved she was “white.”

“It’s deeply disappointing because my mother really identified as Puerto Rican.

“She was part of the civil rights movement, and she was deeply ingrained in black culture, and identified herself as black race, but Hispanic for ethnicity… but her race is white.

“She’s European. I know,” she said.

“It’s weird because when you look at her, my mother is blond, and she has light eyes and my whole family looks like that.

“So, I think inside I sort of knew this was my history and that’s probably why I didn’t want to do it,” Hostin said.


Hostin also discovered that her third great-grandfather registered to vote in Georgia back in 1867 despite being born into slavery in 1835.

Needless to say, the conversation between the hosts would have been very different if it was Tucker Carlson or President Trump whose ancestors were revealed to be slave owners.

READ MORE – Investigation Reveals Every Living President Except Trump Is Descendent of Slaveholders

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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