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Conservative justices are increasingly having to defend the Supreme Court

Justice Clarence Thomas warned against 'destroying our institutions' in a lecture defending the nation's highest court.

9/17/2021 11:45:00 AM

Justice Clarence Thomas warned against 'destroying our institutions' in a lecture defending the nation's highest court.

Justice Clarence Thomas warned against 'destroying our institutions' in a lecture defending the nation's highest court.

(R-KY) on Sunday at an event marking the 30th anniversary of the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville."My goal today is to convince you that this court is not comprised of a bunch of partisan hacks," Barrett said."Judicial philosophies are not the same as political parties," she said, pointing to the fact she is an"originalist" and that Associate Justice

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is a"pragmatist."She also referred to decisions where the justices didn't vote along what could be considered party lines."The media, along with hot takes on, report the results and decisions," Barrett said."That makes the decision seem results-oriented. It leaves the reader to judge whether the court was right or wrong, based on whether she liked the results of the decision."

Controversial Texas Law"And here's the thing: Sometimes, I don't like the results of my decisions. But it's not my job to decide cases based on the outcome I want," she said.Both Barrett and Thomas were part of the five justice majority that declined to grant a stay of headtopics.com

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Ol' 'pubic hairs on a Coke can' Thomas should take his own damn advice. After Breyer, Thomas knows he's next most likely on St. Peter's SCOTUS invitation list. He wants the court to do as much right-wing damage as quickly as it can. Thomas is a passive-aggressive blowhard who lost all credibility after the Anita Hall issue. He’s mostly a pain in the ass.

If Clarence Thomas wants to protect the court as an institution, then he should stop being such a partisan hack and read the constitution.

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