Race Hustler Elie Mystal is at it again, and this time he’s targeting Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas. Joy Reid, the queen of stirring the pot, invited Mystal onto her show to discuss the Supreme Court’s recent decision on affirmative action. But instead of having a civil discussion, Mystal decided to launch a personal attack on Justice Thomas.
Mystal referred to Thomas as a “mutilated version of a black justice,” implying that Thomas is not a legitimate representative of the black community. He even went so far as to suggest that Thomas is a puppet of his white wife. It’s disgusting to see black liberals stoop so low and attack their fellow black conservatives in such a demeaning way.
But what’s even more appalling is the fact that Joy Reid smirked and laughed as Mystal spewed his racist venom. It’s clear that Reid has no interest in fostering thoughtful conversation. Instead, she’s more interested in promoting divisiveness and animosity.
Reid began the segment by questioning Thomas’ interpretation of the Freedmen’s Bureau Act, a race-neutral statute. But Reid conveniently twisted Thomas’ words to fit her narrative. She failed to acknowledge that Thomas referred to freedmen and refugees as a race-neutral category, not black people as a whole. It’s just another example of the mainstream media cherry-picking information to push their agenda.
WATCH: Race Hustler Elie Mystal Calls Clarence Thomas a 'Mutilated Version of a Black Justice' as Joy Reid Laughs https://t.co/NjLf3Sl6BG
— Tiger (@Wolf1766Freedom) July 3, 2023
Mystal’s comments about Thomas being a “mutilated version of a black justice” are not only disrespectful but also completely baseless. Thomas has dedicated his career to interpreting the Constitution faithfully and impartially. It’s clear that Mystal and Reid are the ones who are blinded by their own bias and unable to see past their own agendas.
Justice Thomas deserves respect for his contributions to the Supreme Court, not baseless attacks from race hustlers like Mystal. It’s time for these divisive tactics to end, and for us to focus on having meaningful conversations about the issues that truly matter.