In the wake of the Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, elitist Hollywood liberal activists felt the need to sound off with their opinions on the matter, and some of them took things way too far.
According to The Daily Wire, Hollywood bozo Samuel L. Jackson felt it necessary to attack Justice Clarence Thomas, a Black conservative, in the wake of the decision. Jackson used a reference to the “Uncle Tom” slur that Black leftists use against Blacks who have different political views.
“How’s Uncle Clarence feeling about Overturning Loving v Virginia??!!” Jackson tweeted on Friday. The tweet contained multiple attacks against Thomas.
How’s Uncle Clarence feeling about Overturning Loving v Virginia??!!
— Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) June 25, 2022
In addition to the “uncle” slur, Jackson also seemed to be commenting on Thomas’ marriage to Ginni Thomas, a white woman, as Loving v. Virginia was a Supreme court case striking down state bans on interracial marriage that was decided in 1967.
Justice Thomas, after the high court released its decision in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health case that resulted in the overturning of Roe, wrote a concurring opinion in which he clearly stated that SCOTUS should examine cases that involve gay marriage and contraception, sparking intense backlash from an already ticked-off group of radical leftists.
“We have a duty to ‘correct the error’ established in those precedents,” Thomas wrote. “After overruling these demonstrably erroneous decisions, the question would remain whether other constitutional provisions guarantee the myriad rights that our substantive due process cases have generated.”
As SCOTUS overturns Roe today, Justice Clarence Thomas’s concurrence lays out other rights enshrined in settled case law that he says the high court should “reconsider.”
– Griswold, aka contraception
– Lawrence, aka same-sex intimate relationships
– Obergefell, aka gay marriage pic.twitter.com/xTyKf6l08X
— Marissa J. Lang (@Marissa_Jae) June 24, 2022
While no other justices joined Thomas in his concurring opinion, it’s anyone’s guess as to which cases the high court will take on next.