Karen Johnson, AKA Whoopi Goldberg, has added to her long list of mean, stupid statements. The View commentator, who believes she is the director of morality for the African American community, used Tim Scott’s announcement that he’s running for Presiden to attack Scott and Justice Thomas. Goldberg said that Scott had “Clarence Thomas syndrome.”
Clarence Thomas syndrome happens when a commentator who can’t spell cat if you spot her the C and the A attacks a brilliant jurist who has been on the Supreme Court for 32 years. Why the attack? He is a black guy who doesn’t believe in the liberal agenda.
Goldberg said that he had done “some good stuff,” but he had to do more as someone who is running for president.
“If you’re running for president, you got to do more than that. You have to represent us as a nation and then say, ‘And as a Black man, this is also how I feel,’ but you can’t pretend that it’s not there, that it’s not an issue for the people you’re running – for the party you’re running for. They are, in part, the problem,” she said.
Sorry Ms.Cultural appropriation, who stole a Jewish name, but a president of the United States is the president of the ENTIRE country, not just the people of color. You said the GOP is part of the problem. The GOP that ended slavery? The party that broke the Democratic party filibuster? Or the GOP, whose last budget cut helped African Americans more than any other minority.
Goldberg took issue with Scott’s use of the word “victimhood” as well, calling it a “dog whistle.”
“As soon as you say that, you know what he’s talking about. I didn’t like that,” she said. “You know, listen, if he comes out with something that makes sense, that’s what will make him sparkle. Tell us what you’re going to do.”
“You have to be here for the entire nation, figure out what’s going to work for everybody, not just for one side, because we’ve already had it, and it doesn’t work that way. It’s not a good look,” she added.
Wait a second! First, you say he has to represent Black people; now she says he has to develop programs that help everyone.
Ok, Karen Johnson, let’s give it a try. Cat is spelled C-A-?
‘You can’t do it, can you?
Note: all the quotes come from Fox News.