Via John Samuel​

Via John Samuel​

An excellent piece by George Takei​ that shows just how wrong a judge can get it.

Originally shared by Tony Sidaway

George Takei responds to Justice Thomas's Obergefell dissent.

In part of his personal dissent to last week's Supreme Court ruling that struck down laws against gay couples marrying, Clarence Thomas argued that the government could not bestow nor take away dignity. As one of his examples he invoked the war time internment of Japanese Americans.

One of those Japanese Americans interned was a child who would grow up to be the actor and civil rights activist George Takei. Here he rebuts Clarence Thomas.


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