The View’s Sunny Hostin says her faith is ‘restored’ after Supreme Court upholds abortion pill access, Internet calls her ‘naive’

The View’s Sunny Hostin says her faith is ‘restored’ after Supreme Court upholds abortion pill access, Internet calls her ‘naive’
'The View' co-host Sunny Hostin celebrated the Supreme Court's ruling reversing restrictions on access to abortion pill mifepristone (Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images, The View/ YouTube)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Sunny Hostin, co-host of 'The View', expressed a renewed sense of confidence in the Supreme Court following its decision to overturn a federal ruling that restricted access to an abortion pill.

The Supreme Court voted unanimously, 9-0, to maintain access to the abortion pill mifepristone, overturning a lower court's decision that prohibited mailing the pill, even to states with no abortion restrictions following the overturning of Roe v Wade.

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 How 'The View' co-hosts reacted to Supreme Court's decision

"It’s nice to hear good news about the Supreme Court for a change," remarked Joy Behar, reflecting the general sentiment of relief upon hearing the decision.

Hostin cautiously welcomed the news, acknowledging the persistent challenges to reproductive rights in various states.

"I think the states are still going to try and take them away. There are about 14 states where even this pill is not allowed to be used for abortion purposes, so we’re still kind of in the same situation when it comes to states' rights to decide a woman’s reproductive health rights," she said.

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(The View/Youtube)
'The View' co-hosts praised the Supreme Court's abortion pill ruling (The View/YouTube)

But the Supreme Court's decision had made her optimistic considering the fact that even judges she has criticized in the past, such as Brett Kavanaugh and Clarence Thomas, adhered to legal principles in this case.

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"It does restore a little bit of my faith in the court because the legal standard is, do you have standing to bring a case? Can anybody bring a case in front of the Supreme Court? No," Hostin noted.

"You have to prove that you have injuries resulting from it and so you’ve got a group of doctors and a group of citizens and all of these people bring this challenge to the FDA and say, we don’t want this pill."

Ana Navarro's insight on Supreme Court's ruling

The celebratory mood was short-lived, as Ana Navarro observed that the court's ruling primarily addressed the procedural aspect of the case, rather than delving into its substantive merits.



 

Hostin pointed out that within the 25-page decision, there is acknowledgment that the ban on the abortion pill is not outright dismissed. She described this acknowledgment as "a little bit of a dog whistle" to Congress and governors, suggesting that any further efforts to impose such a ban would require legislative action, as the decision mentions "other avenues to object" to the ruling.

"If these had been plaintiffs that had standing and the issue had been in front of the Supreme Court, God only knows," Navarro remarked.

"I don’t trust the whole thing," Behar added, echoing a sentiment of skepticism towards the entirety of the situation.

Internet reacts to Sunny Hostin's analysis of the Supreme Court ruling

The diverse range of viewers' reactions to Hostin's analysis highlights the contentious nature of discussions surrounding the Supreme Court's decisions.

One user wrote, "Hostin is vapid. Someone told her to say this."

One commented, "She is easily played."

Another replied, "Her "faith in the court" only goes as far as the court "agrees" with what sunny wants."

One user added, "SUNNY is wrong . You need to think DEEPER sweetheart .This is a election year sweetheart ...The CONSERVATIVES are trying to avoid a BLUE WAVE....if trump WINS, I WOULDNT BE SURPRISED if they reversed after the election."

Another added, "Sunny Hostin seems incredibly naive. Time to cancel this show already."

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