Bette Midler Posts ‘Racist’ Meme Against Clarence Thomas, Outrage Explodes

Actress and singer Bette Midler has now been accused of tweeting out a racist attack on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, which, if you know anything about the truth of progressive ideology and the history of the movement, this will not surprise you in the slightest.



Midler, according to TheBlaze, launched an assault on Thomas online due to the fact that she is very, very displeased with the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, which returns the right to regulate abortion back to the states.

The meme in question is being labeled racist by many who have seen it. The meme features the face of Thomas being photoshopped as a mask, however, underneath it is his wife, Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, sporting a black robe.

Commentators responded online by bashing the actress for the insensitive attack on Thomas.

CJ Pearson, a Republican strategist, said, “Let’s call this what this is: racism. And the only reason she gets away with it is because she’s a white liberal.”

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David Morrow, a popular radio host went on to say, “Sigh. The racism combined with ignorance, arrogance and a religious belief in their own virtue leaves me speechless. I’m out of words.”

Obianuju Ekeocha, who works as a pro-life advocate, stated, “The racism on the left is so deeply rooted that it’s terrifying.”

Hunter Baker, who is currently serving as the Dean of Union University, went on to say, “The left is secure and unchallenged in its deep racism regarding any independence of mind in black men and women.”

“Bette Midler continues to attack the black man.” Richard Grenell, former Director of National Intelligence, claimed.

Here are a few more responses from TheBlaze:

Writer Jim Teacher: “Libs love any excuse to be racist.”

Actor Clifton Duncan: “Black Americans, take note: The White ‘Progressives’ currently posing as our ‘allies’ are, in truth, some of the most vile racists you will ever encounter. And to think — there was a time I would have been thrilled to work with Ms. Midler.”

Actor Kangmin Lee: “Clarence Thomas is single-handedly exposing the deep-seeded racism in the hearts of entitled white liberal women.”

Powerlifter Marc Lobliner: “If this isn’t racist….”

Editor Chad Felix Greene: “This is who they are.”

Nathon Dallon, an attorney, shared a quote from Thomas that was said back in 1991.

“‘I’d grown up fearing the lynch mobs of the Ku Klux Klan; as an adult, I was starting to wonder if I’d been afraid of the wrong white people all along. My worst fears had come to pass not in Georgia but in Washington, D.C., where I was being pursued not by bigots in white robes but by left-wing zealots draped in flowing sanctimony,'” Thomas said.



Another rather distasteful tweet that was posted by Midler recently featured Jesus attempting to comfort a young girl who was raped by her uncle, complaining there was nothing he could do since Clarence Thomas is the one who makes the rules.

Using Jesus, who clearly commands people not to murder others, in order to push for the murder of the unborn is absolutely disgusting. Shame on the radical left in this country for pushing so hard to be legally allowed to murder unborn children.

And shame on Midler for being such a vile racist.

 

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