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The Rot In The Supreme Court Goes Beyond Clarence And Ginni Thomas

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There's no limit to rightwing corruption.
 

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There's no limit to rightwing corruption.

Sure. Truth is fiction. War is peace.

Since when is obeying the rules corruption, stupid leftist?

Fortunately no one's ready to swallow your drivel. America has your number, pal. We're disgusted with your bullshit.

Ten percent for the Big Man, right Clay?
 

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More than a decade ago, Ginni Thomas’s political activities drew scrutiny to her more public husband. More to the point, the failure of that husband, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, to declare decades of his wife’s income from that political activity drew attention, resulting in him revising 20 years’ worth of financial disclosure forms. That included $686,589 she earned between 2003 and 2007 from the conservative Heritage Foundation think tank.

The Thomases are the most enduringly egregious examples of why there needs to be not just an expansion of the Supreme Court, but real reforms that include finally making the court comply with a code of ethics—just like every other branch of the judiciary is compelled to do. But the Thomases are definitely not the only Supreme culprits in fishy spousal entanglements.

Meet Jesse M. Barrett and Jane Roberts, spouses to Justice Amy Coney Barrett and Chief Justice John Roberts, and subject to a deep investigative dive by Politico


The court has no credibility. It is corrupt beyond any repair. Nothing less than the impeachment of Thomas, Barret, and Roberts will suffice. Replacing those three corrupt individuals with Justices that understand they are not there to protect corporate interests, or rule in their own best interests, is the only actions that can restore the peoples faith in the court.

LOL
 

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More than a decade ago, Ginni Thomas’s political activities drew scrutiny to her more public husband. More to the point, the failure of that husband, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, to declare decades of his wife’s income from that political activity drew attention, resulting in him revising 20 years’ worth of financial disclosure forms. That included $686,589 she earned between 2003 and 2007 from the conservative Heritage Foundation think tank.

The Thomases are the most enduringly egregious examples of why there needs to be not just an expansion of the Supreme Court, but real reforms that include finally making the court comply with a code of ethics—just like every other branch of the judiciary is compelled to do. But the Thomases are definitely not the only Supreme culprits in fishy spousal entanglements.

Meet Jesse M. Barrett and Jane Roberts, spouses to Justice Amy Coney Barrett and Chief Justice John Roberts, and subject to a deep investigative dive by Politico


The court has no credibility. It is corrupt beyond any repair. Nothing less than the impeachment of Thomas, Barret, and Roberts will suffice. Replacing those three corrupt individuals with Justices that understand they are not there to protect corporate interests, or rule in their own best interests, is the only actions that can restore the peoples faith in the court.

You shitheads are just ramping up your police state…..you are purging the FBI and DOJ and the military of your political enemies, those agents still loyal to the Constitution……and you want to purge the Supreme Court as well
 

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Sure. Truth is fiction. War is peace.

Since when is obeying the rules corruption, stupid leftist?

Fortunately no one's ready to swallow your drivel. America has your number, pal. We're disgusted with your bullshit.

Ten percent for the Big Man, right Clay?
The rules… would have Clarence Thomas recusing himself from any decision involving Trump
 

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The rules… would have Clarence Thomas recusing himself from any decision involving Trump
Nope…the tradition would have been the leftists recusing themselves in cases they worked on before they were put on the court…..
 

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No but the ones who approve gay marriage and abortion are beyond despicable.
Yes...those rights are under attack by these Republicans and this radical right wing court

Those rights and MORE
 

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More than a decade ago, Ginni Thomas’s political activities drew scrutiny to her more public husband. More to the point, the failure of that husband, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, to declare decades of his wife’s income from that political activity drew attention, resulting in him revising 20 years’ worth of financial disclosure forms. That included $686,589 she earned between 2003 and 2007 from the conservative Heritage Foundation think tank.

The Thomases are the most enduringly egregious examples of why there needs to be not just an expansion of the Supreme Court, but real reforms that include finally making the court comply with a code of ethics—just like every other branch of the judiciary is compelled to do. But the Thomases are definitely not the only Supreme culprits in fishy spousal entanglements.

Meet Jesse M. Barrett and Jane Roberts, spouses to Justice Amy Coney Barrett and Chief Justice John Roberts, and subject to a deep investigative dive by Politico


The court has no credibility. It is corrupt beyond any repair. Nothing less than the impeachment of Thomas, Barret, and Roberts will suffice. Replacing those three corrupt individuals with Justices that understand they are not there to protect corporate interests, or rule in their own best interests, is the only actions that can restore the peoples faith in the court.
Fuck off
 

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Yes...those rights are under attack by these Republicans and this radical right wing court

Those rights and MORE

Yes...those rights are under attack by these Republicans and this radical right wing court

Those rights and MORE


Lol, no, they're not.
 

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As has the GOP
 

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It's really disgraceful how Leftists attack great Black men like Clarence Thomas, Shelby Steele and Thomas Sowell because they have different political beliefs.
Hey, you need to support your signature line. From my perspective it's nothing more than a hateful effort to post an attempt to produce a BIG LIE.

There is no doubt in my mind, and that is reality that the 21st Century of the Republican supporters of trump are apostates.
 

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No but the ones who approve gay marriage and abortion are beyond despicable.
Interesting comment on Human Rights. Seems you need to move to a county for you to fit in, Russian, China or Iran would welcome you.
 

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I don't need to prove it. The Constitution says whatever 5 or more Justices decide it says.
There is nothing in COTUS to even suggest 5-4 or 6-3 is proof of anything; what you need to reference is in the Declaration of Independence, to wit:

"The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness"

The facts are the Supreme Court, and the five hard core conservatives are biased bigots.

Furthermore, the only way for you to prove what you claimed would be to pass an amendment in COTUS as noted in Article V of the original Constitution.
 
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