Hostin: RBG Never Understood ‘Intersectionality of Women and Blackness’

Hostin: RBG Never Understood ‘Intersectionality of Women and Blackness’

October 14, 2021

Thursday on ABC’s progressive propaganda talk show The View, purported legal analyst Sunny Hostin claimed that late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) did not understand the “intersectionality of women and blackness.”

Referring to the revelation that news activist Katie Couric buried harsh criticism of anthem-protesting athletes by RBG in a 2016 interview, Hostin said, “Yeah, you know, I was really conflicted about this because, as many know, I was a fan of, I still remain a fan of, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I actually honored her when she was still alive at the LBJ foundation.”

She continued, “She was there, and I read one of her opinions to her, and I’ve taken pictures with her and have spoken with her extensively. So I was very disappointed when I heard about this. She actually apologized for these words. She said at the time in 2016. She said some of you have inquired about a book interview about how I felt about Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players who refused to stand for the anthem. She claimed she was barely aware of the incident or its purpose. ‘My comments were inappropriately dismissive and harsh. I should have declined to respond.’”

That wasn’t enough to pacify Hostin, who said, “I feel it’s unfortunate. But honestly, if we’re going honest about the justice, she never really was understanding of the intersectionality of women and blackness. She, in her 13 years as a federal judge didn’t hire one Black clerk. This is something that had been discussed in black legal circles. She only hired one black Supreme Court clerk.”

You can never be woke enough for race-obsessed social justice cultists like Hostin. Not even feminist icon RBG.

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