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‘You Cannot Be Pro-Life and Also Be Pro-Guns!’: Hostin’s Meltdown Over SCOTUS Ruling



The gals on The View tried to celebrate the a tiny, albeit disappointing, win with Biden recently signing into law a heavily scaled back gun-reform law.

Whoopi Goldberg took a moment away from all their doom and good to say, “we didn’t want to bury a positive development out of D.C. this past weekend. President Biden signed the bipartisan gun reform bill into law.”

Ironically, the cast complained about how bad things are in the US while broadcasting from the Bahamas. Clearly not affected by the economic crisis that most Americans are faced with.

While calling herself the “curmudgeon on the panel”, host Sunny Hostin snapped about the scaled-back version of Biden’s new law, “if you truly are pro-life, you cannot be pro-life and also be pro-death penalty and be pro-guns! There’s just no way that that is consistent.”

Hostin whined that Biden’s signed bill will be as far as Democrats can go, “I don’t think that we’re going to see much more movement on this, especially with the way the Supreme Court is going, right? Because now you have Clarence Thomas writing an opinion that says, you know, you can have your guns anywhere. You can have them not only in your home, you can have them outside.”

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WHOOPI GOLDBERG: But we didn’t want to bury a positive development out of D.C. this past weekend. President Biden signed the bipartisan gun reform bill into law.

[Applause]

And it’s not everything everybody wanted, but it is a start. Does it give you any hope?

ANA NAVARRO: Yes!

SARA HAINES: Yes, it does.

NAVARRO: And I don’t say that easily. I don’t say that often, and I don’t say that readily.

….

SUNNY HOSTIN: I hate to be the curmudgeon on the panel.

GOLDBERG: Do you really? What’s up with you?

HOSTIN: Look. I just, you know, I don’t think that we’re going to see much more movement on this, especially with the way the Supreme Court is going, right? Because now you have Clarence Thomas writing an opinion that says, you know, you can have your guns anywhere. You can have them not only in your home, you can have them outside.

And I think we’re seeing such hypocrisy quite frankly from not only the Supreme Court, of course, but from Republicans. Because if you truly are pro-life, you cannot be pro-life and also be pro-death penalty and be pro-guns! There’s just no way that that is consistent.

And when you think about the Republican Party, I mean, 80 percent of Republicans believe that the death penalty is appropriate, morally justified, when it comes to someone convicted of murder. And we know so many people are wrongfully convicted of murder.

GOLDBERG: Right.

HOSTIN: And then you have the Republican Party also being pro-gun rights.

GOLDBERG: Right.

HOSTIN: Pro-guns. I just don’t think we’re moving.

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