The View's Sunny Hostin blames eclipse, earthquake and cicadas on 'climate change'

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"The View" co-host Sunny Hostin blamed Monday’s solar eclipse, Friday’s earthquake and the expected cicada breeding season on "climate change."

"All those things together would maybe lead one to believe that either climate change exists, or something is really going on," she said Monday.

A 4.8 magnitude earthquake was felt across New York and New Jersey on Friday and on Monday the highly anticipated solar eclipse swept across the continental U. S.

Hostin also recalled how her studio makeup artist "put on her coat" and "ran down the hallway" during the earthquake, saying "Jesus is coming" and "the rapture is here."

But, co-hosts Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg pushed back on her theory.

"Except earthquakes are not at the mercy of climate change. It's underground. It can’t," Behar said.

"How about the warming of the planet?" she responded.

"No, it happens," Goldberg said. "And the eclipse, they've known about the eclipse coming because eclipses happen, and they actually can say when these things are going to happen."

Hostin pointed out how it was the first time in 100 years that two different cicada broods would emerge for their mating seasons at the same time, but Goldberg promptly shut her down, arguing it happens every 17 years.... (Read more)