Hollywood star Rosanna Arquette of “Pulp Fiction” fame launched an unhinged attack on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, going so far as to call him “a pig.”

“No surprise Clarence Thomas has always been a pig,” Arquette tweeted on Monday.

She tweeted this as Hollywood stars are celebrating the Supreme Court’s civil rights ruling that will protect LGBT people from discrimination in employment. Thomas was one of three justices to dissent from the decision, with the other two being Samuel Alito and Brett Kavanaugh.

“The Court tries to convince readers that it is merely enforcing the terms of the statute, but that is preposterous. Even as understood today, the concept of discrimination because of ‘sex’ is different from discrimination because of ‘sexual orientation’ or ‘gender identity,’” Justice Alito wrote in the dissent with Justice Thomas.

Arquette doubled down on her attack on Thomas when one fan wrote to her, “Pigs are lovely creatures. Please don’t insult them.” In reply, the actress wrote “Sorry.”

When another fan commented that the word “Pig is generous,” Arquette replied, “You are right.”

This comes as little surprise, however, since Arquette has shown repeatedly that she is one of the most flappable liberals in Hollywood, which is saying a lot given how radically Left the entertainment industry is today.

Last year, Arquette took to Twitter to apologize for being “white and privileged.” According to Breitbart News, she wrote, “I’m sorry I was born white and privileged. It disgusts me. And I feel so much shame.” Arquette also tweeted last August that she would “never stand for the flag again.”

This piece was written by PopZette Staff on June 15, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.

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