(TheLastPatriotNews.com) – Clarence Thomas, the only black justice presently on the US Supreme Court and a conservative, has come under racist attacks from Hollywood because of the recent anti-abortion ruling overturning the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion on the federal level.
The Supreme Court ruled last Friday in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization that abortion is not a “constitutional right,” as the left had insisted based on Roe v. Wade, and that it is an issue that each state can decide on its own.
Thomas was one of the six conservative justices whose votes killed Roe v. Wade. As a black conservative, he immediately came under attack from leftist abortionists, who were furious over the decision.
The Supreme Court justice was targeted in particular by Hollywood actor Samuel Jackson. Jackson insulted Thomas racially by calling him “Uncle Clarence,” a reference to Uncle Tom, a character from the 1850s novel “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” by abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Certainly a positive character in Stowe’s original setup, Uncle Tom is viewed by today’s “woke” elitists as nothing but a subservient slave.
The increasingly Marxist Democrat left uses “Uncle Tom” as an insult against black people or people of color who choose to be conservative and/or Republican – as the lefties claim that all non-whites belong by default to their ideology.
In his racially insulting attack against Supreme Court Justice Thomas, Hollywood actor Samuel Jackson tried to insinuate that the new anti-abortion ruling is also connected with racism.
More specifically, Jackson mentioned the 1967 Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia, which legalized interracial marriage on the federal level. That was an additional personal attack against Clarence Thomas, whose wife, Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, is white. They were married in 1987.
Samuel Jackson’s attack against 74-year-old Thomas, the longest-serving member of the Supreme Court, was concise even though it managed to target the justice on several levels.
“How’s Uncle Clarence feeling about overturning Loving v. Virginia??!!” Samuel Jackson wrote on Twitter in the wake of the new Supreme Court decision.