George Wallace schoolhouse door Clarence Thomas, like a modern-day George Wallace, standing in the Supreme Court doorway, declaring, “segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.”
As absurd as that scenario sounds, something like that could happen—if you believe Glenn Kirschner. The MSNBC legal analyst appeared on Jonathan Capehart’s Sunday Show, with New York Times columnist Charles Blow serving as substitute host.
Asked by Blow what the future of privacy rights is in a post-Roe world, Kirschner answered: “Oh, I think privacy rights will be all but abolished. Whether it is gay marriage, whether it’s interracial marriage, which I think might qualify as […]
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