Sonnie Johnson

Meet Sonnie Johnson, a dynamic and inspirational national speaker, Tea Party Activist, and political commentator. Sonnie is the founder of “Did She Say That” (www.didshesaythat.com), where she provides cutting edge, intelligent, and culturally relevant conservative commentary.

Sonnie’s message to Americans is that it is vitally important for all of us to remember that we are all interconnected. We should not be separated or divided by any lines whatsoever. “Though we may be culturally different, whatever happens to one group will inevitably happen to the next.”
Sonnie Johnson has starred in “Fire From the Heartland” (a movie about conservative women taking their place in the political battleground) and Sarah Palin’s “Undefeated”. She travels the country giving Tea Party Speeches, promoting the message of economic independence, individual responsibility, limited government, and cultural commonality."


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Breitbart's Sonnie Johnson 'Changes the Game'

There is no rap song that glorifies living off welfare, and accepting what is handed to you. There is no rap song that celebrates limiting yourself by the color of your skin. Hip Hop is about hustle, wealth building, entrepreneurship, property ownership, multiple lines of revenue, and financial independence. It is Capitalism and that is the conservative platform. We don't have to convince them what they already know. We just have to show them we understand and there is a place for them at our table. Sep 2, 2014 5:24 PM PT

What Al Sharpton Has Done Right in Ferguson–and How That Opens the Door for His Agenda

After—notice I said after—he has paid his respects to the city by waiting for an invite, paid respect to the family by offering them heartfelt condolences, and paid respect to the citizens who invited him in, he then goes into full Progressive mode. His ideology waits until he's handed out the turkeys, gifts, and cash. Indeed, Al Sharpton and his National Action Network will also be covering the cost of Michael Brown's funeral. Aug 13, 2014 5:36 PM PT

#NeverForget for Those Too Young To Remember

My daughter wasn't born on Sept. 11, 2001.  She can't say she remembers where she was and what she felt when planes flew into the World Trade Center, The Pentagon, and a field in Pennsylvania.  We didn't lose any family members or close friends that fateful morning.  Sep 11, 2013 7:12 AM PT

Redefining Race in America

What if I told you I could solve the issue of racism in America? Bigotry, blind hate, and ignorance constitute part of the human condition. I cannot fight human nature. But what if the cure for real racism in America is nothing more than the definition of the word itself? Jul 26, 2013 6:05 PM PT

What Is Independence Day to the Slave?

"What is the 4th of July to the Negro?" Frederick Douglass asked this very important question in 1854. What is Independence Day to the slave? A fitting question to the black conservatives today that call other black Americans "slaves on a plantation," then encourage them to celebrate America's independence. Jul 4, 2013 5:38 PM PT

Cast Down Your Bucket to Rachel Jeantel

The Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman trial has sparked massive outrage on both sides of the political field. While I refuse to insert myself into the repetitive racial competition between the right and the left, I would like to take a moment to speak on Rachel Jeantel, the prosecution’s 19-year-old star witness whose rough behavior and inability to read cursive have captured headlines. Jun 27, 2013 7:52 PM PT

Illegal Immigration and Identity Politics

Identity politics are once again ruling the day as Congress hands out goodies and comprises the little integrity they have left on the immigration debate. With 1,200-page amendments and pork galore, it seems Congress will force immigration down the throats of the American people, whether we like it or not. If Obamacare is any indication, we won't. Jun 26, 2013 11:13 AM PT

Why I Won't Defend Condoleezza Rice at Augusta

BECAUSE I DON'T HAVE TOO!  Condoleezza Rice is dawning her green jacket with a huge smile on her face.  To even acknowledge Marc Lamont Hill or any other hypocritical lefty is to do a great disservice to the celebration that should belong to Condolezza Rice and Condoleezza Rice alone. Apr 12, 2013 11:47 AM PT

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