Judge silent cheers
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas celebrates the end of his career with the end of abortion rights. The Conservative Advocate has been making this happen for more than 30 years.
For a long time, Clarence Thomas was an outsider on the US Supreme Court, and he was a far-right extremist. He was known for his twisted views and stern silence: since 2006, he had not asked a single question in negotiations for ten years.
Such judgment Few expected that to be possible when George Bush nominated him to the judiciary in 1991. He would replace Thurgood Marshall, the only African American on the field in front of him. Allegations of sexual harassment were made against Thomas, considered racist, and after a mud fight he was narrowly elected. To this day, he hasn’t forgotten about “very hard times,” as he recently remarked at a party in Washington to celebrate his 30th anniversary in office.
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