Jan 27, 2022
Behar on SCOTUS: Justices Barrett, Thomas Deliberate Plants to Oppose Women, Black Rights
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Joy Behar told her co-host Thursday on ABC’s “The View” that Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Amy Coney Barrett were deliberately placed on the highest court to oppose women’s rights and black people’s rights.
Behar said, “The Supreme Court is like this dictatorial branch of the government.These are people who are appointed by their own people. They do not answer to the country.”
She continued, “They are there for life. The only way to get rid of them is to impeach them, which is a long process. I always feel like that particular branch of government is so anti-democracy. The fact that there are no term limits, the fact that you can put, you know, your people on because they agree with you and then they’re there forever influencing maybe three, four generations of Americans. To call that a Democratic institution seems an oxymoron.”
Behar added, “You could make the case that somebody like Amy Coney Barrett was put in there because she’s a white woman. Who they say will go against abortion rights, and she’s a woman. So that was deliberate, I think. Clarence Thomas, a black guy, a black man, a justice, OK, I’ll give it to him. He’s a smart guy, but he is to the right of Attila the Hun, this guy, and they put him in there think, oh, a black man will go against voting rights which is what he does. It’s a very tricky business they are pulling over there.”
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Drought Severely Affecting California Rice Crops
DAVIS (CBS13) — Severe drought is taking a severe toll on California rice crops as this year, hundreds of thousands of acres won’t be planted.
Some call the impact on farmers and the surrounding communities catastrophic.READ MORE: Northern California Crews Prepare For Wildfire Season After Destructive Orange County Blaze
Photos of the Barrett family rice fields in Maxwell should be seeded and flooded with water by this time of year. Instead, they’re empty. It’s what farmers call fallow.
“This is the first time in four generations that we are not farming rice,” Brian Barrett said.
And the Barretts aren’t alone. Experts say 80% of rice acreage will not be planted this year — that’s because the Bureau of Reclamation allocated zero water from Lake Shasta to farmers south of the San Joaquin Delta.
Today, Lake Shasta is below 50% capacity — a historical low.READ MORE: Sacramento Schools Update COVID Guidance As Year-End Events Approach
“They’re not letting anybody use water for their farms,” Barrett said.
Barret is planting rice on leased land in Davis. Like on most fields planted this season, he has access to groundwater and the infrastructure to pump it.
“We’ll succeed, [even] if I have to water with a garden hose,” he said.
But Barrett has some serious fears for future crops and the economic damage.
“These small towns, they depend on the agriculture, and without the agriculture, these towns are drying up,” he said. “I mean, it’s a ghost town when you go to these small towns.”MORE NEWS: Sacramento County Property Owners Will Be Held Liable For Illegal Fireworks Use
The Northern California Water Association expects the rice industry to lose more than $250 million statewide, including more than $70 million in lost wages.