Liz Warren hits the warpath over SC ruling, Twitter thinks she should sit this one out

The Supreme Court struck down unconstitutional affirmative action programs at the University of North Carolina and Harvard on Thursday, ending the consideration of race in a ruling that makes the admissions process colorblind — as it should be.

“Both programs lack sufficiently focused and measurable objectives warranting the use of race, unavoidably employ race in a negative manner, involve racial stereotyping, and lack meaningful end points,” Chief Justice John Roberts wrote. “We have never permitted admissions programs to work in that way, and we will not do so today.”

As you might expect, the radical left had a conniption fit. Barack and Michelle Obama, who may have singlehandedly set back race relations in America a full half-century, led the charge in denouncing the decision. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., another beneficiary of the unconstitutional practice, albeit dishonestly, was also on the warpath.

“An extremist Supreme Court has once again reversed decades of settled law, rolled back the march toward racial justice, and narrowed educational opportunity for all,” Warren said in a tweet. “I won’t stop fighting for young people with big dreams who deserve an equal chance to pursue their future.”

Democrats pounced on the decision to renew calls for stacking the Supreme Court by expanding the number of seats — yet another tactic to destroy traditional American society. Even President Joe Biden questioned the legitimacy of a court that leans right — a phenomenon the left seldom proposed when it leaned left for so many years.

“This is not a normal court,” the feeble 80-year-old president said, when properly queued by a media ally.

But Pocahontas, as Sen. Warren is often referred to by former President Donald Trump and others on the right for falsely claiming Native American heritage for so many years, probably should have sat this one out.

Here’s a sampling of responses to the story, as seen on Twitter:

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