Sonnie Johnson is an American reporter, writer, and moderate live radio host. Sonia became the president of Frederick Douglass Foundation in Virginia in the year 2010. The foundation postulates limited government, religious freedom, property’s private ownership, and personhood.
Sonnie was born on September 20, 1980, in Richmond, Virginia. She grew up with her uncle’s girlfriend Suzie because of her mom’s addiction to cocaine and her incapability of raising a kid. Suzie imparted in Sonnie the respectable standards of hard work, better education, and significance of confidence. She mentioned in one of the articles that she was alienated by her family because of her political knowing and understanding. information about her family and siblings is still unknown. There is no specific information updated about the education of Sonnie Johnson. She grew up in Virginia and is currently staying there.
Sonnie Johnson Career
Sonnie is the author of “DidSheSayThat.com” where she gives the front line moderate discourse and assessment. Her solid and unique voice on that site drew the consideration of numerous conservative associations. There she was introduced to leaders of the Fredrick Douglass Foundation and later became the president of the Virginia chapter. Then she contributed to many political channels like Fox News shows such as Hannity, Red Eye, and Headline News. She also featured on CNN and also participated in certain documentaries. She hosted PolitiChicks in the year 2012 and was hired as a permanent writer for the website Breitbart.
Sonnie was invited to various conservative conferences. She has a strong voice and a vision of changing people’s thinking about race culture. Sonnie described herself as a tea party activist and therefore attended numerous tea parties. She has a better understanding of the intersection of culture, religion, economics, politics. She is a speaker at CPAC, Tea party patriots, David Horowitz’s Restoration Weekend, and many others. Other than that, she enjoys writing poems and a combination of different styles in her essay.
Sonnie has a Twitter account named DidSheSayThat with 46K followers. She has a Facebook page with the same name and with 11000 followers. She has several hashtags of #didshesaythat on Instagram but no profile has been found yet.
Sonnie Johnson Biography
|Real Name||Sonnie Johnson|
|Birth Date||September 22, 1980|
|Age (as of 2021)||40 Years|
|Birth Place||Richmond, Virginia, USA|
|Profession||Conservative Commentator, Writer & Radio host|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 9” – in Centimeters – 175 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 56 kg – in Pounds – 123 lbs|
|Waist Size||25 Inches|
|Hips Size||34 Inches|
|Is she Lesbian?||No|
|Who is her Husband?||Michael Perkins|
Sonnie is very much private about her private life and there are no revelations of her relationship to the public. She is unmarried to date but a mother to one beautiful daughter in 2005. Sonnie has a strong opinion on racism and supports Black Lives Matter. She warned GOP to stop talking down to black leaders. She also added people to be less sanctimonious and solve the issues of the inner-city. Once on her website, she compared Islamic leader Farrakhan with Linda Sarsour. This instigated both Islamic followers and Linda’s followers.
Sonnie Johnson Net worth & Salary
Johnson receives an average salary between $24292 to $72507. And the hourly rate of average per day income is $10.15 to $31.32. As of 2021, her net worth is $500K. The main and primary source of her income comes from her career as a reporter, writer, and commentator. Other than that, there are no alternatives mentioned as her source of income.
- Sonnie Johnson considers herself as a tea party activist and pundit. Her first public speaking was at the Roanoke tea party rally where she was given the name “star of the show.”
- Sonnie also featured in documentaries such as ‘Fire from the heartland (2010)’, and Sara Palin’s ‘The Undefeated’ (2011), and #[email protected] (2018).
- In 2013, she was invited to a conference to speak at “National Conservative Political Conference.
- She started hosting on Sirius XM radio on the show Sonnie’s corner.
- A republican figure Michele Bachmann has named Sonnie as the ‘new face’ of conservative movements.
- She is enthusiastic about economy and race culture; she desires to change the thought of republicans on race culture and create meaningfulness among all its members.