The View's Sara Haines shuts down Catholic Sunny Hostin over Alabama Supreme ... trends now

The View's Sara Haines shuts down Catholic Sunny Hostin over Alabama Supreme ... trends now
The View's Sara Haines shuts down Catholic Sunny Hostin over Alabama Supreme ... trends now

The View's Sara Haines shuts down Catholic Sunny Hostin over Alabama Supreme ... trends now

The View's Sunny Hostin has engaged in yet another heated on-air spat with her cohost, Sara Haines, as the duo clashed again over Alabama Supreme Court's ruling that frozen embryos are children.

Sara, 46, became visibly frustrated with mother-of-two Sunny on Friday's episode of the ABC show as they argued over the viability of an embryo and whether or not it should be defined as 'life,' with the blonde TV star telling the latter: 'If we're gonna use science, let's use scientific terms!'

'An embryo is the beginning of human life,' lawyer Sunny, 55, fumed, as she referred to the conception of her two children, Gabriel and Paloma, via IVF, but mother-of-three Sara was having none of it and fired back that an embryo was 'not a child.'

At one point, Ana Navarro joined in on the conversation and reminded Catholic Sunny 'the church that you're a member of is against IVF,' and then shouted: 'Let me finish,' as the lawyer attempted to interrupt her mid-sentence.

Sara Haines on Friday's episode of The View

Sunny Hostin during Friday's episode of The View

Sara Haines and Sunny Hostin (right) became embroiled in another heated spat during Friday's episode of The View

Sara became very passionate as she shared her views on the viability of embryos as Joy Behar (left) looked on

Sara became very passionate as she shared her views on the viability of embryos as Joy Behar (left) looked on

Ana Navarro joined in on the debate and yelled at Sunny: 'Let me finish!' after she attempted to interrupt her

Ana Navarro joined in on the debate and yelled at Sunny: 'Let me finish!' after she attempted to interrupt her

The sensitive debate stemmed from the Alabama ruling which came about from a lawsuit that was brought by a group of IVF patients whose frozen embryos were destroyed in December 2020 when a patient removed them from a cryogenic storage unit and accidentally dropped them on the ground.

Alabama's Supreme Court has now ruled that the patient who mistakenly destroyed the embryos can be sued under the state constitution's wrongful death of a minor act, which Sara completely disagrees with.

'A fertilized embryos is three to five days old. It is the size of the pin right there,' she said as she used the tip of her pen as an example. 'It is not alive outside of a uterus. It has no organs. It is not a life yet. It is not viable until it's 24 weeks....'

Sunny attempted to butt in and said: 'You may not think that. There are at least 50 per cent of Americans...,' but Sara was having none of it and fumed: 'This is science, Sunny! This is science!'

'Fifty per cent of Americans believe that a human embryo is a baby, I am one of those,' Sunny continued as Sara fired back: 'Well let me just check you on the terminology! The embryo is an embryo until 10 weeks when it becomes a fetus. A fetus is not viable until it's 24 weeks.

'If we're gonna use science, let's use scientific terms, that's what that is!' Sara added as Sunny mentioned her own IVF experience again, to which her cohost replied bluntly: 'That doesn't mean facts change!'

'An embryo is the beginning of human life and I know this...,' Sunny then said, as cohost Alyssa Farah Griffin chimed in and asked her: 'But then why do you support abortion if you believe that?'

'Oh I do not support abortion,' Sunny fired back. 'I've said this over and over again. I

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