Sara Haines faces a dispute over the rigged Electoral College in Slavery by Sunny Hostin and Joy Behar

Sara Haines faces a dispute over the rigged Electoral College in Slavery by Sunny Hostin and Joy Beh ...

Sunny Hostin and Sara Haines discussed their different take on the electoral college this morning, with Hostin and her co-host Joy Behar ridiculed the system and its roots in slavery, and Haines said she understood the institution''s spirit.

During a conversation aboutreplacement theory, Haines said the extreme conspiracy theory allegedly followed by the Buffalo shooting suspect that white Americans are being replaced by minorities, while others opposed the theory in media and politics have uncovered it in more palatable, vote-based messages.

They keep selling it as long as these elections are going to be overrun. The interesting part is that we already have a country where the popular vote supports left-leaning issues, according to the episode. Its the electoral college, and a lot of those protections, and the redistricting. So they are manipulating who can vote and how they can vote.

Beharcut in to say, The system is rigged. Hostin chimed in to say, And its based in slavery.

Haines, who is originally from Iowa, said, well, this is because of the fact that in areas like where I live, in the middle of the country, we do not have a population of people, so are we saying that a vote from an Iowan or a less populous state should not be accompanied by its participation in national elections?

Behar began to remain silent by making a cut in with the comment, one vote for each person. While Haines said, Right. But Hostin echoed Behar, saying, "It should be one vote for each person," it should not be one vote for each person.

Haines had reacted positively to the idea of ''Why they did the electoral college,'' but Hostin had heard enough and shut her down, firmly responding. The idea of the electoral college is that it was founded in slavery.

Haines continued to defend her point, claiming that the electoral college was also established with less rural areas having a voice in national elections, as Hostin retaliated, because less rural areas owned a lot of slaves and wanted their slaves to count.

After Haines told Hostin, youre proving my point. The rural vote did not assist, and Whoopi Goldberg decided to end the dispute by dismissing the electoral college altogether: here''s the truth about it: it does not work now.

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