Blacks already know that socialism and progressivism are failures.
Blacks already know that socialism and progressivism are failures.
Sonnie Johnson explains why there is a socialist storm gathering in the United States.
On this week’s Did She Say That, Sonnie Johnson chats about the state of American civility with the recent call from U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) to confront Trump administration officials anywhere in public.
On this week’s edition of Did She Say That, Sonnie Johnson doesn’t want to hear about parents being separated from their children on the border, when progressive policies and institutions like Child Protective Services took her out of the only home she knew as a child.
On this week’s edition of Did She Say That, Sonnie Johnson suggests President Donald Trump should extend the same outreach to America’s urban communities as he did to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
SiriusXM host Sonnie Johnson got into a heated debate with a caller on this week’s episode of Sonnie’s Corner over her need to call out the 60-year failure of Republicans and conservatives to win over the black community.
On this week’s episode of “Did She Say That,” Sonnie Johnson compares Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan to progressive activist Linda Sarsour, whose strain of radical Islam, Sonnie argues, is much more dangerous than Farrakhan’s.
On this week’s episode of Did She Say That, Sonnie Johnson takes a look at when MS-13 could have been stopped and how Ronald Reagan’s amnesty allowed for the gang’s proliferation.
On this week’s episode of “Did She Say That,” Sonnie Johnson breaks down how Trump keeps winning — like a gangsta. She also weighs in on the Jerusalem embassy opening and explains how Democrats indoctrinate young black leadership with anti-Israel Palestinian propaganda and that indoctrination could have an unexpected impact on future elections. Sonnie takes a look at John McCain’s legacy and says that while we should honor him as a war hero, we should also hold him accountable for his words and policies as a senator. Also in this podcast, Sonnie begs the Democrats to run Joe Biden for president in 2020.
In her Mother’s Day edition of Sonnie’s Corner on SiriusXM Patriot, Sonnie Johnson explains the difference between revolution and renaissance.
On this week’s episode of Did She Say That, Sonnie Johnson skips the pop, lock, drop, and twerk to chat about Michelle Obama’s statement on women. Rosie is in the same boat that Dinesh was in before serving time. Maybe the NFL “kneelers” have a point and how liberal gun control laws hurt the black community.
Sonnie Johnson has some advice for Donald Trump on how to reach the black community. On her weekly show Sonnie’s Corner on SiriusXM Patriot, Sonnie says it all comes down to focusing on capitalism, which is the main message of hip hop.
Sonnie Johnson has a news flash for you: Kanye was already a conservative. Guess what? There are a lot more in the hip-hop world than most conservatives realize.
Republicans and the broader conservative movement must not underestimate the political potential of Oprah Winfrey as a Democrat presidential contender in 2020, said Breitbart News’s Sonnie Johnson on Monday.
Conservative commentator Sonnie Johnson kicks off her new radio show, Sonnie’s Corner, Saturday, January 6, 2018, on SiriusXM Patriot 125 at 1 PM Eastern.
Conservative commentator Sonnie Johnson spoke with SiriusXM host Steve Bannon on Thursday, announcing her new radio show, Sonnie’s Corner, on SiriusXM Patriot 125 at 1 PM on Saturday’s.
Conservative commentator, podcaster, and writer Sonnie Johnson joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Friday to discuss reactions to President Trump on Charlottesville and the growing pressure to remove Confederate monuments across America.
Conservative commentator, podcaster and writer Sonnie Johnson discusses the news that the keynote speaker at the 13th Annual Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival will be activist Linda Sarsour.
Conservative commentator, podcaster and writer Sonnie Johnson will be doing Sonnie’s Corner as a weekly feature for Breitbart News Daily. Today she was joined by Breitbart editor-in-chief Alex Marlow for a wide-ranging conversation on politics and culture.
Conservative commentator Sonnie Johnson slammed progressive politics for hurting black business owners and wrecking families in a fiery Feb. 23 CPAC speech at the National Harbor.
Earlier this week on the #FakeNewsNetwork CNN, Marc Lamont Hill said President-elect Donald Trump’s diversity coalition are “a bunch of mediocre negroes being dragged in front of TV as a photo-op for Donald Trump’s exploitative campaign against black people.”
Breitbart News is launching two new podcasts this week: “Bullets with AWR Hawkins” and “Delingpole with James Delingpole.”
Blogger and podcaster Sonnie Johnson joined Breitbart’s Washington Political Editor Matt Boyle on Thursday’s Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM to discuss Hillary Clinton’s scheduled speech in Nevada – in which, as Boyle put it, “she’s going to call all of us racists,” by building the “alt-right” into a menace and tying it to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
On Wednesday’s edition of Breitbart News Daily, podcaster Sonnie Johnson said she was “yelling and screaming” during Donald Trump’s speech in Wisconsin on Tuesday night, because “it felt like a speech that I could have written, that I would have given, that I’ve given so many times, in front of so many audiences.”
Sonnie Johnson, in the latest episode of her podcast “Did She Say That,” laid out the difference between a “petty” response to the Black Lives Matter movement and a purposeful one.
If you’re yelling “they must be stopped,” who is your “they”? BLM must be stopped? How are you any different then President Obama? President Obama doesn’t mind saying ISIS must be stopped. He refuses to call ISIS a form of Radical Islam. Under the same principle, conservatives don’t mind saying BLM must be stopped. Yet, they refuse to call out the Progressive ideology that creates groups like Black Lives Matter.
Podcaster and blogger Sonnie Johnson was having a pretty good time with this year’s BET Awards until Jesse Williams took the stage, as she told SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon on Friday’s Breitbart News Daily.
If you want true freedom, there’s a way to get it. Following Progressives leads to pseudo-freedom masked in feel-good emotions. Jesse, you made the crowd, social media and even me feel good — you ready to talk about real freedom now?
Breitbart News is joining PodcastOne, the nation’s leading advertiser-supported podcast network, in launching two new shows hosted by Breitbart’s Sonnie Johnson and Milo Yiannopoulos. Did She Say That? with Sonnie Johnson launches today and features Johnson’s unique combination of conservative
When speaking on the subject of abortion, I’ve often stated, “You say we come from the bloodlines of Kings and Queens. Kings and Queens don’t kill their unborn children. They fight for a legacy to leave to their unborn children.” I made the reference due to some of the chatter I’d seen on social media. I didn’t know I had pulled from the #blacktwitter and #hoteptwitter feud.
Wednesday at the rally to protest the pending nuclear deal with Iran held on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol, Breitbart News’ Sonnie Johnson took to the microphone to offer her thoughts on the deal and insights into the
Breitbart News Contributor Sonnie Johnson and Editor-at-Large Joel B. Pollak will join Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin, Mark R. Levin and others in addressing Wednesday’s Tea Party rally against the Iran deal.
Breitbart contributor Sonnie Johnson suggested the Obama administration should be put into one building with a giant fence around it to “keep them in” on Friday’s “Red Eye” on the Fox News Channel. Johnson, when why it took so long
Breitbart News Contributor Sonnie Johnson argued that the best way to fight Sharia Law was to tell Americans “their vices that they will have to give up to live under Sharia” on Saturday’s “Red Eye” on the Fox News Channel.