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George Takei

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by Arthur Weinrib, Canada Free Press

As everyone who does not depend on the left wing mainstream media for news knows by now, actor and gay rights spokesman, George Takei, is not too pleased with what Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in his dissenting opinion in the gay marriage case, Obergefell v. Hodges.

Of the only black justice on the Supreme Court of the United States, Takei said, “He is a clown in blackface, sitting on the Supreme Court. He doesn’t belong there.”

Star Trek’s Mr. Sulu could not understand what all the fuss was about concerning his reference to “blackface.” But there is a simple explanation for Takei’s confusion; the aged actor is simply not too bright.

This should not come as a surprise to those who are skeptical of comments made by actors who know nothing about what they talk about but whose word is accepted as gospel because they are given a platform to state their views to a fawning media and a gullible public.

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© 2015 Canada Free Press

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