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Sunny Hostin: ‘I Feel Threatened’ and ‘Scared’ by Trump and American Flags

'The View' host claims flags send a white supremacist message

 on 10th June 2021 @ 2.00pm
hostin said american flags took a darker meaning if it was not a traditional holiday where flags might be expected © press
Hostin said American flags took a darker meaning if it was not a traditional holiday where flags might be expected

Sunny Hostin weighed on New York Times reporter Mara Gay's recent comments blasting American flags and Trump flags of “Americanness” and “whiteness.”

Hostin also said she felt “threatened” when confronted by displays of such patriotic flags.

“For many, the flag has been a symbol of freedom,” co-host Whoopi Goldberg began. 

"Has it taken another meaning, Sunny?”

“Yes, it has,” Hostin responded.

“You have in many respects the former disgraced, twice impeached, one-term president to thank for politicizing the American flag,” Hostin continued in reference to the Capitol riot earlier this year, claiming protesters were trying to replace the American flag with Trump flags.

 because the message is very clear  it   s a message of white supremacy   hostin claimed © press
'Because the message is very clear. It’s a message of white supremacy,' Hostin claimed

“I also remember very well recently, when I was with my children in North Carolina, in the Outer Banks, with people in pick-up trucks with Confederate flags flying alongside the U.S. flag,” Hostin said.

"And that scared me."

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She added the flags sent a white supremacist message indicating that she did not belong.

Hostin said American flags took on the same meaning if it was not a traditional holiday where flags might be expected.

When I drive into a neighborhood, and it’s not July 4th, and I’m not in a predominantly military household neighborhood, and there are flags, American flags, everywhere, alongside Trump flags, alongside flags with stars in a circle, I feel threatened,” Hostin said.

on wednesday  new york times reporter  mara gay  complained when she witnessed  dozens and dozens of pickup trucks © press
On Wednesday, New York Times reporter, Mara Gay, complained when she witnessed 'dozens and dozens of pickup trucks'

“Because the message is very clear. It’s a message of white supremacy," she claimed.

"It’s a message of racism, and it’s a message of their country, not my country.

"And I don’t understand why that would receive backlash.”

On Wednesday, New York Times reporter, Mara Gay, complained when she witnessed "dozens and dozens of pickup trucks" with Trump flags and "American flags" while visiting a friend on Long Island.

"I saw dozens and dozens of pickup trucks with expletives against Joe Biden on the back of them, Trump flags and, in some cases, just dozens of American flags."

This "is also just disturbing because essentially the message was clear," she said.

"It was, this is my country, this is not your country, I own this."

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