On Friday, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas spoke at an event in Dallas held by the Old Parkland Conference, a group that looks to tackle issues in the black community. During his time on stage (which included a Q&A), Thomas spoke about the liberal media and how they do their jobs poorly along with the “white liberal elites” who try to keep him down and isolated from the rest of the black community, lest they hear the truth.
In the wake of the apparent racist mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, the liberal media have been using it to dangerously stoke hatred against Republicans who had nothing to do with the attack carried out by a self-described leftist. And taking part in fanning those flames was ABC’s vile coven known as The View. On Monday’s show, Joy Behar seemed to openly threaten Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (NY) and her staff, telling them to “quit” and that she was “warning” them.
Appearing on Friday’s edition of The View, radical leftist actor and activist George Takei claimed the possible overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court proves how "mean-spirited and dangerous" conservatives are. He also claimed conservatives don't care about the mothers or babies after they're born, saying they show "total irresponsibility" when dealing with them. And Joy Behar touts how they’re doing everything they can with their show to stop it.
From the pro-life side, the entire issue of abortion is about when does an unborn child get their rights as a human being. And on Thursday’s edition of The View, Whoopi Goldberg proved that the anti-life side of the debate not only refuses to engage in that part of the question, but flat-out doesn’t care what the factual answer is.
With ABC still struggling to find a conservative woman to take over for the fierce Meghan McCain on The View, Sara Haines seemed to be uninterested in that search as she told ABC chief anchor George Stephanopoulos on Wednesday’s Good Morning America that her “dream” new co-host would be two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Over the weekend, leftist extremists carried out a terrorist attack against the pro-life group Wisconsin Family Action by firebombing the office with a Molotov cocktail thrown into the building. But during Tuesday’s edition of ABC’s The View, Whoopi Goldberg refused to discuss the attack, suggesting “We don't know who did that,” despite the fact that “If abortions aren’t safe then you aren’t either” was spray-painted outside. And co-host Joy Behar touted the intimidation of conservative justices at their homes.
According to ABC’s vile coven known as The View, if you’re against the left doxxing the addresses of conservative justices and threatening mobs assailing their homes, then you’re against the First Amendment. That was essentially the argument co-host Sunny Hostin made on Monday as she proceeded to claim the justices were against the right to peacefully protest because they wanted the privacy they were stripping from woman with the draft abortion ruling.
Former “journalist” Kate Smith did such a good job pushing the pro-choice narrative while on her abortion beat at CBS News that last month Planned Parenthood hired her to be their director of “news content” (aka propagandist). And on Mother’s Day Sunday, she appeared on CNN’s Reliable Sources to erroneously claim that the United States was going to become exactly like El Salvador and put women in prison for having miscarriages. She also lashed out at conservatives for criticizing the promotion in her career track.
Abortion was the topic of the day for the liberal media and their network Sunday shows. But on ABC’s This Week, Republican Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson calmly and astutely pushed back on the hyperbolic screeds. Throughout his interview with fill-in host Martha Raddatz, he schooled her on conservative policy towards protecting the right to life, his goal to further support mothers and the children saved by his state’s abortion limitations, and he championed to keep the debate in the states.
Racism was once again on full display during Friday’s edition of The View as co-host and vile human Sunny Hostin accused black and Latino Republicans of being race traitors for their political beliefs that contradict hers. But guest co-host and black Republican Lindsey Granger was on hand to confront her ridiculousness and called her out for not even knowing herself.