How The Dems Are Trying To Use This ‘Controversial’ Photo Of Clarence Thomas Against Him

Clarence Thomas has been one of the biggest thorns in the eyes of the Dems.

And despite his ill health and a bad previous month – they didn’t manage to get rid of him for good.

So, they’ve been in search of new ways ever since.

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Obviously, they’re desperately trying to open up a seat on the “conservative” side of the court, and they’ve got their sights set on Justice Thomas.

And now – they came up with another way to target him… and this plan is even dumber than the last one.

It involves a photo of Justice Thomas with GA Senate hopeful Herschel Walker… the left is now acting as if this photo is so big and so controversial, it’s like “Battlestar Galactica” over here.

According to The Blazem

“Democratic Rep. Mondaire Jones of New York asked whether Thomas will recuse himself from any cases that emerge from the Peach State’s 2022 Senate election contest. And Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut pushed for the passage of the “Supreme Court Ethics Act.

Walker, a former NFL player, is running to serve as a U.S. senator from Georgia and has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump. Walker will be competing in the Republican primary next month. Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock, who entered office in early 2021 after winning a special election runoff, is seeking election to a full six-year term.”

“Herschel got to spend time with Justice Thomas while in DC to receive the Horatio Alger Award this week,” Walker’s communications director Mallory Blount tweeted, along with a photo of Walker with Thomas.

“Will Justice Thomas now recuse himself from matters arising under this year’s Senate election in Georgia?” Rep. Jones tweeted in response to the photo.

The then- Senatore Chris Murphy entered the plot, and is now claiming the country has “crossed the Rubicon” with this photo.

Sen. Murphy called for the passage of the “Supreme Court Ethics Act,” legislation which calls for the establishment of a code of conduct for justices and judges. Murphy introduced the bill with Democratic Rep. Hank Johnson of Georgia.

Here’s what he said: “A conservative Supreme Court justice doing a photo op with a Republican candidate in a competitive primary. I think the court has crossed the rubicon. We need to pass the Supreme Court Ethics Act.”

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