Liberal cast of ‘The View’ launches vicious race attack on Justice Clarence Thomas

Barely a day had passed after the announcement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s shocking retirement news before the triggered liberals who make up the cast of The View launched yet another attack on SCOTUS Justice Clarence Thomas.

According to Fox News, the ultra-liberal panel continued what Fox noted as a “fixation” on attacking Thomas, this time over his remarks concerning his fiery 1991 confirmation hearing, which had labeled as a “high-tech lynching.”

The controversy arose after Joy Behar and her castmates broached the topic of millions of Americans being upset with President Joe Biden for vowing to overlook qualifications for a SCOTUS nominee and only base the appointment on race, as Biden had promised on multiple occasions to only select a Black woman if the opportunity presented itself.

“I’m not sure if I remember this right, but when Clarence Thomas was confirmed, there was no discussion about his race as I recall,” Behar said, only to be corrected by co-host Sunny Hostin, who said, “Well, he called it a high-tech lynching.”

“He called it a high-tech lynching against him. He’s the one who brought race into it, I believe. I could be corrected on that,” Behar responded.

The comments came less than 24 hours after the same trigger, liberal co-hosts of the ultra-radical daytime television show attacked Thomas for apparently not being Black enough, saying he “doesn’t really represent the Black community.”

Thomas’ Senate confirmation hearing was almost as rough as Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s, but Thomas famously made his frustrations clear in a statement during the battle.

“This is a circus. It’s a national disgrace. And from my standpoint as a Black American, as far as I’m concerned, it is a high-tech lynching for uppity Blacks, who in any way deign to think for themselves,” Thomas said at the time.

It’s truly amazing how much weight Democrats — the party of “stop racism!” — place on skin color, but it apparently only counts if you have the same worldview and political leanings, or else one simply isn’t a proper representation of the Black community, apparently.