The woke liberals were triggered after the news about the Supreme Court’s move to overturn Roe V. Wade. The feigned moral outrage was thick to choke on, and the focus went to find the leaker.
The leak from SCOTUS chambers hasn’t happened to this degree in US history. In this case, it’s a fully formed legal opinion. We’re talking about a complete document with which Justices were in favor of it and which were against it.
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ABC News reported:
“Certainly, it’s not a totally leakproof institution, but there has never been a leak even remotely like this,” said ABC News Supreme Court contributor Kate Shaw on ABC News’ podcast “Start Here.” “I don’t think in the history of the Supreme Court, which is the history of the country – it is totally uncharted.”
Confidentiality is crucial because the judges can focus on letting the Constitution determine the truth.
The hunt for the leaker has officially begun!
We can’t be sure about the identity, but there’s a list of top suspects involved in the investigation.
There are two schools of thought about where the leaker may come from.
The Left vs. The Right!
The theory that the leaker comes from the right is gaining traction.
Check this out:
Is this the Leaker?
1. Has the Motive
2. The Opportunity
3. Ease is Access pic.twitter.com/J2pZCeCkqU
— MarieTheBorderCollieLover🌊🌻🌻🌵 (@BHappyLoveLaugh) May 4, 2022
The woman in the tweet is Ginni Thomas, the wife of Justice Clarence Thomas. She owns a consulting company that serves many conservatives.
Mr. Epps said it is not out of the question that the justices might share their work with family members. (A common conspiracy theory on Twitter — offered with no evidence — is that Ginni Thomas, a conservative political activist and the wife of Justice Clarence Thomas, leaked the draft.)
One reason why it would be a pro-life conservative that leaked this is strategic. If they do this, it’s sure that no one jumps ships later on when it gets to home plate.
Check this out:
How the leftists responded to the leak led us to think that the liberals were responsible for the leak.
As we’ve warned, SCOTUS isn’t just coming for abortion – they’re coming for the right to privacy Roe rests on, which includes gay marriage + civil rights.
Manchin is blocking Congress codifying Roe. House has seemingly forgotten about Clarence Thomas. These 2 points must change https://t.co/5Isec0osV0
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) May 3, 2022
End the filibuster. Codify #RoeVWade with a national law protecting abortion rights. Expand the Supreme Court. Stop this horrifying injustice in its tracks.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) May 3, 2022
Congress must pass legislation that codifies Roe v. Wade as the law of the land in this country NOW. And if there aren’t 60 votes in the Senate to do it, and there are not, we must end the filibuster to pass it with 50 votes.
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) May 3, 2022
Now, we change our focus to the potential left leakers.
Is this the SCOTUS LEAKER ?
Amit Jain who clerks for Justice Sotomayor ,that's the word on the street pic.twitter.com/9Zqh3KzsAT
— Michael Helton (@MichaelHelton58) May 3, 2022
Pimiso gave some background to this character. ‘’Amit Jain is currently serving as associate justice Sonia Sotomayor’s clerk. Further, he is the CEO of Sequoia Capital India, a Standford University and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi alumnus.’’
A communist worth millions of dollars!
A person called Amit Jain clerks for Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
As a Yale student, Jain blasted Yale for supporting Brett Kavanaugh's nomination.
Jain was quoted in a 2017 Politico piece by Josh Gerstein.
Today, Gerstein published the draft SCOTUS opinion on Roe.
— Matt Wolking (@MattWolking) May 3, 2022
Amit Jain can’t have all the shine; here’s the next contestant:
— Lisa Lisa 🇺🇸 (@LisaLiv35302178) May 4, 2022
Elizabeth is a very interesting suspect. A clerk for Justice Breyer, far-left leaning and would have access to the document in question.
She shared an article published in the Yale Law Journal in 2015. See it below: