Harry Reid thinks Justice Clarence Thomas is White

We’ve long thought that Harry Reid was likely going senile. We’ve had plenty of examples to support this conclusion… and now we have another.

Senator Reid was recently dissembling about the horrors of the recent SCOTUS decision in the Hobby Lobby case when he surprised everyone with one important statement.

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“The one thing we are going to do during this work period, sooner rather than later, is to ensure that women’s lives are not determine by virtue of five white men. This Hobby Lobby decision is outrageous and we are going to do something about it. People are going to have to walk down here and vote.”

Just in case you have the same mental lapses that Senator Reid does… Justice Clarence Thomas is black. Not that it should matter. For more than 200 years the United States Supreme Court has been assembled in the same manner, and while every decision they’ve ever made has had its detractors, it’s sad to watch a sitting Senator pretend that the sex of the Judges has anything to do with their conclusions.

Does Reid have the same problem when the three female judges make decisions concerning America’s men? I think not.

This is just another in a long line of idiotic statements from the mouth of a national Democrat.

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