Justice Clarence Thomas speaks in Supreme Court case for first time since 2016

Justice Clarence Thomas speaks in Supreme Court case for first time since 2016

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas surprised many on Wednesday when he made a rare intervention in court arguments. Thomas asked his question toward the end of arguments in a case involving a black Mississippi death row inmate, Curtis Flowers. Thomas’ last questions in a case were in 2016, and that was his first intervention in a decade.

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Jake Middleton
Jake Middleton 1 year

I wish I had a job that only required me to ask a question every three years.

Tommy Hawkins
Tommy Hawkins 1 year

Thomas is a critical thinker and a great asset to the bench. Unfortunately, there will always be those who thirst for lynching good people with whom they don't agree.

Joshua Green
Joshua Green 1 year

Proof? Nah, you couldn’t be bothered. The honorable Justice Thomas has been a prime force for individual liberty on a consistent basis

Big Bad BoogieMan
Big Bad BoogieMan 1 year

Thomas is a joke. Say Hi to Long Dong Silver for us.

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