Jan 27, 2022
ABCs Hostin: Terribly Disrespectful to Appoint Clarence Thomas Who Doesn’t Represent the Black Community
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ABC legal analyst Sunny Hostin said Thursday on ABC’s “The View” that it was “terribly disrespectful to appoint” Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas to replace Thurgood Marshall, the high court’s first African-American justice and civil rights activist.
Co-host Sara Haines said, “Considering the uneven kind of court we have right now, it’s so important that this is happening in a time where we can get another liberal, and of course, the representation more than anything, you pointed out, first black woman.There’s only been two black men. Those numbers are a little shocking.”
Hostin said, “And one doesn’t really represent the black community.”
Joy Behar said, “No. Oh, Clarence.”
Haines continued, “But my whole point is that additional diversity I think is important that I just noticed as we talked about this, is when they talk about a potential justice, we talk about the Ivy League. It’s always the Ivy League. Like right now everybody is in Harvard except Amy Coney Barrett who is Notre Dame.”
Hostin said, “It’s terribly disrespectful to appoint someone like Clarence Thomas with his philosophies to the sit of Thurgood Marshall, a civil rights activist. Also with his wife’s activities involving the insurrection.”
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Jake Paul backed to BEAT Tommy Fury by Anthony Yarde… who doesn’t fear the wrath of Love Island star’s dad big John
ANTHONY YARDE has edged Jake Paul to BEAT Tommy Fury... and does not fear the wrath of big John.
The celebrity boxing rivals were signed to a grudge match last December but Fury pulled out after suffering a broken rib.3John Fury pictured with his son TommyCredit: Alamy 3Anthony Yarde backed Jake Paul to beat Tommy FuryCredit: Richard Pelham / The Sun
But after Paul announced his sixth professional bout for August 13, rumoured talks between the pair resurfaced.
Light-heavyweight title contender Yarde was probed by Queensberry on who he would pick to secure bragging rights in the fight.
And after initially hesitating to answer, the Londoner was asked if he was if he was "scared of big John Fury".
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John furiously confronted former two-division champion Carl Frampton, 35, who chose Paul to beat his son Fury.
And the former bareknuckle fighter could have another enemy as Yarde went on to reveal his prediction.
He said: "You know what's funny? This sounds made yeah, I think I would choose Jake Paul.
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"He's in my weight class as well so to me that's a future opp - me and him can get it cracking as well any time he wants to sign the contract.
"But someone like Jake Paul, I feel like he's getting better - Tommy Fury's getting better as well but from what I see, there's something about Jake Paul where he's getting better at a good, rapid rate.
"I'm talking about performances. I saw a bit of Tommy Fury's last performance, he dropped the guy but I dunno, I feel like there's a lot of pressure on his shoulders.
"He still looks very tense, he's big for the weight but in terms of skills, I think Jake Paul looks a bit cleaner."
Paul, 25, has scored four knockouts in his five fights but is yet to face a recognised boxer after Fury, 23, got injured.
Those KOs came against online rival "AnEsonGib", ex-NBA star Nate Robinson, 37, retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 37, and Tyron Woodley.
Woodley, 40, was initially beaten on points in August but replaced Fury on late notice, where he was brutally knocked out.
And Yarde - a KO artist himself - slammed baseless claims that Paul fixed the fight.
He said: "He knocked out Tyron Woodley, that is not a joke.
"And people were actually saying to me, 'That was fixed.' I was like, 'Yeah? You think mans's getting punched in his face and it's fixed?'
"He's got better and better and he's impressed me."3Jake Paul is set to return on August 13Credit: Getty Images - Getty