The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade prompted an openly racist threat from Whoopi Goldberg, co-host of “The View,” against Justice Clarence Thomas, who is black, about his marriage to his white wife Ginni.
“You’d better hope they don’t come for you, Clarence, and demand that you shouldn’t be married to your white wife,” Goldberg yelled, implying that conservatives in the United States would want to prohibit interracial marriage.
“They’ll move back, and you’d better hope that no one remarks, ‘You’re not in the Constitution. You’ve reverted to a quarter of a person,'” she added.
On “The Rubin Report,” BlazeTV host Dave Rubin looked at a selection of the most outrageous reactions to the Roe v. Wade decision, including those on “The View” from “insane” women.
Dave condemned some of the Democrats’ more aggressive politicians, such as Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot. Meanwhile, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) called for the impeachment of the Supreme Court’s justices. Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley urged her party to fill the court with Democrats.
There’s actor Samuel L. Jackson, who, like Goldberg, used a racial slur against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas over the decision. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was distraught by the Roe v. Wade repeal, yet an old tweet of his suggests that he has been critical of some pro-choice advocates’ remarks. HBO’s Bill Maher criticized the Democrats for mishandling the abortion debate, which they should have won easily because they claim to protect women’s rights.
Finally, Ana Navarro’s (Goldberg’s co-host on “The View”) use of her disabled relatives as an example to defend abortion after she was challenged about her Catholic beliefs may win the award for the worst take. Her remarks have been interpreted by many as a call for murdering people with mental impairments.