A race and equity officer at UCLA has very publicly wished for the death of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Jonathan Perkins is a supervisor of race as well as equity at UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity, as well as Inclusion. According to his biography: “Johnathan has also regularly served as a consultant, writer, and speaker on issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion.”
The race and equity supervisor wanted death to Thomas– the second black American to serve on the Supreme Court. The questionable statements were made the exact same day that the 73-year-old Thomas was released from the hospital care after experiencing flu-like signs and symptoms.
“No one wants to openly admit [we all] hope Clarence Thomas dies. Whatever you need to tell yourselves,” Perkins reportedly tweeted.
“I’m over it. He is bad. He’s LITERALLY endangered lives of countless of this country’s vulnerable populations. He can go,” Perkins wrote, according to the Post Millennial.
“Thomas can choke as far as I’m concerned. He hurts the people I love,” Perkins continued. “Yes. Clarence Thomas can die and I won’t be sad.”
“I DO hope he dies. And so??? He’s a horrible person,” Perkin declared.
“Uncle Thomas is a sexist token who’s committed himself to making us all share in he and his treasonous wife’s misery,” he added.
Perkins denigrated the Supreme Court Justice as “Uncle Thomas,” a recommendation to “Uncle Tom”– a slandering insult used versus black individuals to repaint them as race traitors. Progressives frequently weaponize the bad smear versus black individuals who hold traditional values, even when there is no advantage to their strikes.
Perkins made his Twitter account with virtually 18,000 followers private for a number of days after making the inflammatory comments, yet then lately went back to social networks.
Anna Spain Bradley– Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity, as well as Inclusion (EDI)– told Fox News that Perkins’ tweet “does not mirror my or UCLA EDI’s sights.”
UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity, and also Inclusion has an objective to “educate, research and serve is best achieved when our values of equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) are upheld.”
Bradley claimed in her bio: “My passion for this work comes from my human rights experience and is rooted in the foundational principle of dignity…that every person has inherent value and deserves to be treated as such.”
Perkins isn’t the only modern that wanted ill-will on Justice Thomas, numerous other leftists were delighted that Thomas was hospitalized. Lots of “bleeding-heart liberals” were really hoping that the condition would take the life of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
H/T The Blaze