Director Joss Whedon doesn’t care for conservative-leaning Supreme Court Justices. And that’s his prerogative. But instead of losing his temper and getting “physically enraged” about SCOTUS like Chris “The Hulk” Hayes, he opted for a much slimier, more vicious approach to registering his disgust:
Yep. Apparently it’s ironic that Justice Thomas uses his brain, rather than tired stereotypes, to make decisions and live his life. How dare he? What is he, some kind of Uncle Thomas or something?
Decent folks fed up with this kind of elitist leftist racial garbage are rightly giving Whedon the business:
@josswhedon How is it ironic to disagree with a concept directly related to you? Many people of many races share his opinion.
— Annie Adams (@CrazyGamingGirl) June 25, 2013
What a MORON. @josswhedon: Clarence Thomas is against affirmative action. There isn't a hashtag big enough to contain the irony.
— Dàrsaidh Sìne (@DarcyGagne12) June 25, 2013
@ChrisBarnhart @josswhedon @RepRyanWinkler We're only worthy if we remain chained to our roots & read from the leftist script, you see.
— ¡No Pasarán! (@nopasa) June 25, 2013
@josswhedon The fact that you automatically assume Justice Thomas was aided by AA may be one of the reasons he is against it.
— jmag21 (@jmag21) June 25, 2013
@josswhedon Why exactly is it ironic that a black person doesn't think skin color should determine a person's place on a list?
— Robert McLaws (@robertmclaws) June 25, 2013
Because Whedon says so, of course.
@josswhedon How is it ironic that an intelligent man has a thoughtful opinion?
— Chris Knight (@someotherknight) June 25, 2013
@josswhedon So all African-Americans should fit into your stereotype fro them?
— Matt Hickman (@hemo_jr) June 25, 2013
How utterly insulting.
@josswhedon to think blacks cant make it on their own w/out affirmative action is to think less of them, sounds like ur stuck in the 60s
— Patti (@Pattikke) June 25, 2013
And there isn’t an outhouse big enough to contain all his B.S.