r/WhitePeopleTwitter Oct 07 '22

We were all pretty surprised tbh

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2.6k Upvotes

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u/cdubsing Oct 07 '22

Clarence Thomas reminds me of the Dave Chappell skit where the blind black guy was a racist and a KKK leader, only Clarence isn’t blind he’s just an asshole.

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u/toomanymarbles83 Oct 07 '22

"Clarence would end up divorcing Ginni for being...a n***er lover."

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u/slayalldayyyy Oct 07 '22

Condoleeza rice sounds like a Mexican dish.

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u/cdubsing Oct 07 '22

I think Chappell called her cunnilingus rice

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u/BrotherCaptainStrife Oct 07 '22

If the far right is this mad over pardoning of non-violent offenders, wait until they hear about what the orange man said about pardoning domestic terrorists and cop killers? Right guys?? … guys?? …where are you going???

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u/UncreativeNoob Oct 07 '22

Clarence/Ginni would rather legalize treason and SA

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u/Douchie_McBaggus Oct 07 '22

Clarence Thomas is too busy watching hardcore fetish porn and casually talking to his coworkers about it to care about being black.

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u/sad_lagoon Oct 07 '22

I'm sorry...what????

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u/Douchie_McBaggus Oct 07 '22

Clarence Thomas has a well documented history of being a ‘porn guy’ and talking to his coworkers about all the fucked up porn he watches.

Remember the pubic hair on the coke can thing? Apparently that came up more than once and was relatively tame compared to what he normally made casual conversation about.

Most people have no idea about how much of a sexual harasser and obnoxious pervert he is.

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u/Feeling-Ad-7131 Oct 07 '22

I've always believed Anita Hill....

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u/sad_lagoon Oct 07 '22

Damn I totally forgot the coke pube was him! What a creep.

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u/Douchie_McBaggus Oct 07 '22

You gotta wonder what kinda of demented mind returns to, “Oh my, there’s a pubic hair on my coke can” as his go-to way of getting attention.

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u/ProfessionallyNovice Oct 07 '22

Behind the Bastards podcast did a four parter into who Clarence is

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u/fescueFred Oct 07 '22

Have you seen Long Dong Silver, says Thomas the white Supremely Court misogynist, to an attractive black women.

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u/Chanandler_Bong_Jr Oct 07 '22

“What do you mean I’m not white? Does dad know?”

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u/bluemoonpie72 Oct 07 '22

Does Ginny know?

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u/TrumpDid2020 Oct 07 '22

Clarence Thomas is a real life Uncle Ruckus from the Boondocks

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u/Feeling-Ad-7131 Oct 07 '22

Why must we insult Unclr Ruckus like that? Uncle Ruckus was uneducated and didn't know any better... Clearance Thomas is an educated black man who chose to be igronant. 🤷🏿‍♀️🤷🏿‍♀️🤷🏿‍♀️🤷🏿‍♀️

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u/LargeSackOfNuts Oct 07 '22

Clarence looks in the mirror “OH SHIII oh wait thats me. Fuck”

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u/zookr2000 Oct 07 '22

Clarence "Bigsby" Thomas ???

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u/Tmig89 Oct 07 '22

Clarence “Clayton Bigsby” Thomas

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u/PermissionClean7902 Oct 07 '22

Please he knows he is black, thats why he only hArasses black women

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u/All_the_miles753 Oct 07 '22

Hey! It's not his fault. Revitiligo is a very serious disease, not everyone can be as lucky as Michael Jackson

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u/SnooAvocados9241 Oct 07 '22

Clarence Thomas is black?

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u/Bogan_Paul Oct 08 '22 edited Oct 08 '22

The views of Clarence Thomas and his wife represent a clear and present ideological danger to these United States, and he and she along with justices Alito, Cavanaugh, and Barrett are attempting to impose their unelected, minority, extremist, zealotous, religious views upon the rest of us, and this cannot stand!

All one needs to do is read their own crazy words on these topics. It is alarming, to say the least, and should be a warning and motivator for us all, a warning to get out and vote and get involved. These fucks are crazy, crazy authoritarians and worse.

The court must be expanded and packed to water down their influence and mitigate this extraordinary risk these extremists represent, soon, else we'll all be living under their thumbs, their deranged, kooky, religious, thumbs.

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u/BenevolentNihilist1 Oct 08 '22

Clayton Bigsby energy

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u/Feeling-Ad-7131 Oct 07 '22

Clearance Thomas ain't black.... the black community does not claim him and we would appreciate if white folks would take back their trash instead of trying to push it onto black folks 🤷🏿‍♀️🤷🏿‍♀️🤷🏿‍♀️🤷🏿‍♀️🤷🏿‍♀️

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u/SBEAST666 Oct 07 '22

The "anti-racists" when someone disagrees with them:

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u/[deleted] Oct 07 '22 edited Oct 07 '22

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u/confessionbearday Oct 07 '22

Nobody said he wasn’t black, you illiterate potato.

They said he was mad about it, and his own writings on multiple civil rights issues confirm that.

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u/TonofSoil Oct 07 '22

The idea that he should have a different ideology or interpretation of law based on the color of his skin is fucking racist.

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u/Feeling-Ad-7131 Oct 07 '22

I'm African-American and I refuse to claim Clarence Thomas as a black man.

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u/[deleted] Oct 07 '22

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u/Feeling-Ad-7131 Oct 07 '22

I down voted your OG comment because it was worded badly to me.... I upvoted this comment because it is what you should have said from the jump.

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u/TurbulentMiddle2970 Oct 07 '22

And the whole joke was about Clarence being an Uncle Tom. Nobody was claiming he isnt black. And as a voting American citizen I have every right to be disappointed with how our SCOTUS conducts itself

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u/fkembud Oct 07 '22

"If you don't vote for me, you ain't black!"

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u/AvidChurchGoer Oct 14 '22

What happened to Black Lives Matter?

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u/rarebitsoup Oct 07 '22

I hope Clarence has thug life deep down in his soul and eventually it manages to come out.

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u/WherestheMoeNay Oct 07 '22

I don't agree with either of the sentiments being posted here. I would like one of the downvoters to explain the reasoning behind their downvote. I'm interested.

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u/rarebitsoup Oct 07 '22

This is my sentiment:

“That popular fable of the sot who was picked up dead drunk in the street, carried to the duke's house, washed and dressed and laid in the duke's bed, and, on his waking, treated with all obsequious ceremony like the duke, and “assured that he had been insane, owes its popularity to the fact, that it symbolizes so well the state of man, who is in the world a sort of sot, but now and then wakes up, exercises his reason, and finds himself a true prince. “

Self-Reliance: Ralph Waldo Emerson

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u/WherestheMoeNay Oct 07 '22

Thanks. I no longer feel unreasonable when I judge people here. My sentiment is that people downvote a thug life remark while laughing at remarks about the state of an individual's "Blackness".

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u/WherestheMoeNay Oct 07 '22

Also since you commented and I asked to hear from downvoters, are you saying you downvoted your own comment?

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u/rarebitsoup Oct 07 '22

No I didn’t downvote my own comment.

I grew up on the basketball courts on the west side of Jacksonville Florida. Nathan Glover was the sheriff of the Jacksonville Sheriffs Department. Circles I ran in and run in still to this day, don’t know color. Throwing hands today with the same person who will help me out tomorrow. We know no hate.

My thug life reference is my thoughts about realness. About an unspoken self respect that spills over into how you treat others. About how your real primary goal in everything you do is first, do no harm.