The ladies of “The View” have never been shy about sharing their opinions, but this time, it’s Sunny Hostin who takes the prize for the most audacious take yet. In the latest episode of the popular talk show, Hostin ignited a fiery debate by launching a scathing attack on country star Jason Aldean and his chart-topping hit, “Try That In A Small Town.”

Hostin, known for her liberal viewpoints, wasted no time in slamming Aldean’s song, which has been applauded by conservatives for its unapologetic stance against rioting and violence. While Aldean’s powerful message has earned him praise from numerous quarters, Hostin found herself vehemently opposing it.

As the discussion unfolded on the show, co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin offered a more balanced take, acknowledging that some might interpret the song’s imagery in a different light, but still giving Aldean the benefit of the doubt. However, Hostin was having none of it. She refused to give Aldean any leeway, citing the location of the music video as evidence of its alleged racism.

“It is one of the most racist places in this country, so don’t tell me that he knew nothing about what that imagery meant,” Hostin exclaimed, pointing to the site where an early 1900s lynching had occurred.

Her impassioned denouncement didn’t stop there. Hostin also used the song’s popularity to condemn the entire country, claiming that its success was a sign of deep-rooted racial issues that we are unwilling to acknowledge. But is it fair to turn a powerful anthem against rioting into a divisive racial issue?

Aldean’s intent with the song and video is crystal clear – he aims to spotlight the damage caused by riots and emphasizes that tight-knit communities in small towns tend to prevent such violence. Yet, Hostin and her fellow co-hosts found a way to twist this positive message into a controversial and racially charged debate.

The fact remains that Aldean’s song struck a chord with many Americans who are tired of witnessing violence and destruction during protests. For those who value law and order, “Try That In A Small Town” is a powerful anthem that resonates deeply.

Conservatives have rallied behind Aldean, lauding his bravery for speaking out despite facing constant threats of cancelation from the left. The entertainment industry has long been a battleground for political ideologies, and Aldean’s latest hit has undoubtedly added fuel to the fire.

While liberals like Hostin may dismiss the song as divisive, conservatives applaud it as a much-needed call for unity and respect for law enforcement. Aldean’s stance is not just a reflection of his own values but a reflection of millions of Americans who are fed up with the violence plaguing our cities.

In these contentious times, it’s crucial to remember that art, including music, often serves as a mirror to society. Aldean’s “Try That In A Small Town” may ruffle some feathers, but its underlying message of unity and rejecting violence should be commended.

“The View” may continue to generate its fair share of outrageous opinions, but it’s clear that Jason Aldean’s voice has resonated with a significant portion of the country. As the debate rages on, let’s not lose sight of the core issue at hand – the urgent need to address the destructive rioting plaguing our nation.

As conservatives, we stand by Aldean’s powerful message, and we hope it sparks meaningful conversations and leads to positive change. The time has come to set aside our differences and work together towards a safer, more united America.