Hostin Conspiracy: GOP Only Support IVF to Stave Off White Replacement

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Good things don’t last long on ABC’s The View. After defending embryos as children earlier in the week, staunchly racist and anti-Semitic co-host Sunny Hostin (the descendant of slave owners) found her angle of attack against Republicans on Friday, in the wake of an Alabama Supreme Court ruling on in vitro fertilization. According to her, the only reason Republicans were now coming out in defense of IVF was because it was how they planned to stave off white people being replaced by minorities.

“On the one hand, they want you to not have an abortion and then they also don’t want you to have more children. Make up your minds. Whatever that means,” Friday moderator Joy Behar kvetched, keeping with the narrative that the GOP was trying to stop people from using IVF, for some reason.

Before cracking open the lid on her crazy conspiracy theory, Hostin suggested she was on the trail of something major. “I think they do want you to have more children and they just not saying the quiet part out loud,” she teased.

“Which is, multicultural Americans are going to become the majority population by 2050,” she began to unwind her crazy. “By 2050, the Hispanic Americans are expected to have the most population growth, an increase of about six percent, while the white population is expected to decrease by about 11 percent. At this time, the birth rate for white Americans in this country has been falling since the great recession and it’s dropped almost 23 percent between 2007 and 2022.”

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Behar immediately realized that what Hostin was saying wasn’t jiving with their narrative that Republicans (who they just thought was just synonymous with white people) were against IVF. Hostin seemed to have confused even herself and she tried to make sense of her own argument, and fell back on just calling it a dog whistle:

BEHAR: But wouldn’t more white women be getting the IVF? So, that increases what they want

HOSTIN: That’s why they want IVF but they can’t say, “yes” –  they’re coming out sort of against it and not being able to explain why. They want to have more American white children born because the birth rate has gone down.

BEHAR: Okay, then why do they do this –

[Crosstalk]

HOSTIN: That’s the quiet part.

Hostin’s touting for minorities replacing white people in America flew in the face of previous claims they made on the show almost two years ago when they claimed Replacement Theory was a fringe and dangerous conspiracy theory that wasn’t happening.

In response to Hostin, co-host Sara Haines dismissed the idea that race was playing a role in why Republicans were coming out against the Alabama Ruling. According to her, apathy was their reason. “I don’t see this as a race issue. What I see is until it affects them, they don’t care,” she insisted.

She went on to argue that Republicans just didn’t care about poor people and they only care now because of their wives:

So, the most disenfranchised among us, the poorest among us need to be able to family plan. We need women’s health. We need the Planned Parenthoods. We need all of these things. As we shut it down and keep closing the gap as to how far back we’ll roll it, the people it hurts the most are the poorest. The have-nots. So, when it hits the haves in the face because all their wives want to have babies, that’s when they make change. And guess what they’re doing today. They’re taking it back to make to make change. That’s not a race thing, that’s a money thing.

“No, but it’s race,” Hostin snapped back. She then expanded this supposed Republican act of bigotry to “the queer community, because who uses IVF? The LGBTQ community also using IVF and surrogacy and they don’t want that. That’s the quiet part that I’m saying out loud!”

It’s magical to watch the liberal victimhood Olympics play out in real time.

The transcript is below. Click “expand” to read:

ABC’s The View
February 23, 2024
11:04:07 a.m. Eastern

(…)

JOY BEHAR: On the one hand, they want you to not have an abortion and then they also don’t want you to have more children. Make up your minds. Whatever that means.

SUNNY HOSTIN: I think they do want you to have more children and they just not saying the quiet part out loud. Right?

BEHAR: Which is?

HOSTIN: Which is, multicultural Americans are going to become the majority population by 2050. By 2050, the Hispanic Americans are expected to have the most population growth, an increase of about six percent, while the white population is expected to decrease by about 11 percent. At this time, the birth rate for white Americans in this country has been falling since the great recession and it’s dropped almost 23 percent between 2007 and 2022. So —

BEHAR: But wouldn’t more white women be getting the IVF? So, that increase what they want

HOSTIN: That’s why they want IVF but they can’t say, “yes” –  they’re coming out sort of against it and not being able to explain why. They want to have more American white children born because the birth rate has gone down.

BEHAR: Okay, then why do they do this –

[Crosstalk]

HOSTIN: That’s the quiet part.

SARA HAINES: I don’t see this as a race issue. What I see is until it affects them, they don’t care.

So, the most disenfranchised among us, the poorest among us need to be able to family plan. We need women’s health. We need the Planned Parenthoods. We need all of these things. As we shut it down and keep closing the gap as to how far back we’ll roll it, the people it hurts the most are the poorest. The have-nots. So, when it hits the haves in the face because all their wives want to have babies, that’s when they make change.

And guess what they’re doing today. They’re taking it back to make to make change. That’s not a race thing, that’s a money thing.

HOSTIN: No, but it’s race and it’s also about the queer community, because who uses IVF? The LGBTQ community also using IVF and surrogacy and they don’t want that. That’s the quiet part that I’m saying out loud.

HAINES: I would say it’s because it affects them more than they’re thinking of this.

(…)

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