James Woods Drags Skeleton from Liz Warren’s Closet, Publicly Embarrasses Democrat Senator

Hollywood legend James Woods couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) statement condemning the Supreme Court for ending affirmative action.

Woods responded by dragging a skeleton from Warren’s closet to publicly embarrass her.

Warren said: “An extremist Supreme Court has once again reversed decades of settled law, rolled back the march toward racial justice, and narrowed educational opportunity for all.

“I won’t stop fighting for young people with big dreams who deserve an equal chance to pursue their future.”

Warren famously faked Native American heritage which opened up numerous opportunities throughout her education and career.

Woods replied to the senator’s statement with a picture of Warren’s State Bar of Texas registration card.

On the card, Warren, to her utter and everlasting shame, identified her race as “American Indian.”

Civil rights grifter Al Sharpton also issued an angry statement over the SCOTUS ruling.

“I think that this is tantamount to sticking a dagger in our back because what they have said now is that it is unconstitutional to even consider race,” Sharpton said.

“And given the racial history of the country, let’s not act like blacks are behind because there’s something in our genes that made us behind.”

“We were enslaved 246 years.

“So it is to completely throw to the wind the history of why we needed Affirmative Action in the first place.

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“And I think it is unimaginable not to consider race, given the history of this country and given the data that we still see in this country.

“Blacks are still 10 percent less in terms of family wealth than whites.

“We are still less in education.

“So either you’re saying we’re genetically inferior or that there’s something that is unequal in society and is unequal because of law.”

Justice Clarence Thomas said:

“Individuals are the sum of their unique experiences, challenges, and accomplishments.

“What matters is not the barriers they face, but how they choose to confront them.

“This, she claims, locks blacks into a seemingly perpetual inferior caste.

“Such a view is irrational; it is an insult to individual achievement and cancerous to young minds seeking to push through barriers, rather than consign themselves to permanent victimhood.

“Individuals are the sum of their unique experiences, challenges, and accomplishments.

“What matters is not the barriers they face, but how they choose to confront them.”

“Many universities have for too long wrongly concluded that the touchstone of an individual’s identity is not challenges bested, skills built, or lessons learned, but the color of their skin,” Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in the opinion.

“Eliminating racial discrimination means eliminating all of it,” he added.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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