HBO’s “Real Time” host Bill Maher dropped a stunning statement on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas by claiming Republicans “would be thrilled to have no black seats.”
Maher attempted to substantiate his absurd claim by talking about Justice Thomas’s journey to the Supreme Court.
Maher said, “We have the first black woman, let’s go back, for some of the people who don’t remember this also… we’ve only had two, Thurgood Marshall, 1967. When he died, it was George Bush …was president, and so, they accepted the idea that there was now a black seat on the court and that’s how we got Clarence Thomas.”
Maher then went on to expose his racist liberal thinking by claiming Thomas wasn’t a legitimate Black Justice because he “didn’t represent the majority of black thinking.” The absurd claims made by Maher illustrate just how backward liberal thinking can be. In that statement, Maher betrays his own racism by insinuating that a Black individual must think in accordance with the majority.
Maher went on to say, “Now, I thought it was not exactly cricket to give the black seat to someone who didn’t represent the majority of black thinking in America. But here’s the difference, at least they accepted, George Bush did, the idea of at least one black seat on the court, right? I think today’s Republicans would not do that. I think they would be thrilled to have no black seats on the court…a lot of them.”
Maher’s statement is borderline slanderous and especially insulting to Justice Thomas. Of course, Maher still resides on the political left and is, therefore, free to target who he pleases.
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