Sonnie Johnson is a dynamic and inspirational national speaker,
Tea Party activist, and pundit. Sonnie was formerly
a host of Politichicks and is a regular contributor to
Breitbart.com. She has appeared frequently on Fox News, including
Hannity, and Red Eye, as well as Headline
News. Sonnie is a frequent speaker at conservative and Tea
Party events, including CPAC, Tea Party Patriots, David Horowitz's
Restoration Weekend, and many others.
Sonnie is the founder of "DidSheSayThat.com" where she provides
cutting edge conservative commentary and opinion. Her strong and
original voice on that site drew the attention of many conservative
organizations, and she was soon introduced to the leaders of the
Frederick Douglass Foundation, where she became the President of
the Virginia chapter.
As President, she was offered numerous speaking engagements at
Tea Party rallies and women's conservative groups. Her first public
speaking engagement was at the Roanoke Tea Party rally, where they
called her the "star of the show." It was on this speaking circuit
that Sonnie began to stand out as a passionate, articulate, and
powerful voice for conservative ideas and values, with a unique
perspective, and began inspiring audiences.
Sonnie's power as a speaker is her ability to synthesize policy
ideas with street level tactics in a way that engages and inspires
audiences of all stripes. She understands the intersection of
culture, religion, economics, and politics and presents those ideas
in a unique context that challenges the audience to see old ideas
through a new lens.
In addition to speaking and television, Sonnie has also appeared
in several documentaries, including Sarah Palin's The
Undefeated, Fire from the Heartland.
"Sonnie Johnson is the new face of the Conservative
- Congresswoman Michele Bachmann
"Sonnie has a very powerful message and it's a logical and
- Dana Perino
"Your passion is infectious. Don't ever stop!"
- Monica Crowley
"After listening to you, for a second, it felt like my friend
(Andrew Breitbart) was still here."
- Joel Pollack, Breitbart.com
"I'll fight beside you any day."
- Michelle Malkin
Speech Titles and Topics
Changing the Narrative: Modern urban culture grew out of a
rejection of Progressive policies using free market principles -
and how to spread that message.
Cornernomics: The modern urban economy - Reaganomics meets the
street corner. Why urban economics are essentially
Race & Culture: It's not the civil rights war anymore.
Today's race culture promotes stasis and resentment, not
opportunity. The Civil Rights "leaders" are out of touch with the
Civil Rights soldiers.
Understanding the Destruction of the 60's: MLK, Malcom X, the Black Panthers, and other 60's radicals and their effect on modern public policy.