Tag: Clarence Thomas
Writing in his annual financial disclosure form, Thomas said that he “inadvertently failed to realize” that the deal needed to be publicly disclosed.
Thomas has secretly reaped the benefits from a network of wealthy and well-connected patrons that is far more extensive than previously understood.
“Because they don’t have an ethics code, you don’t know whether they’re doing things in an above-board way.”
"DOJ is the only agency positioned to truly hold Thomas accountable, because Thomas's conduct is more than unethical—it's likely criminal."
If justices can be bought by billionaires, lifetime terms only enable corruption rather than protect the U.S. Supreme Court from undue influence.
The Supreme Court needs term limits and a binding code of ethics.
"Reminder that Clarence Thomas heard election cases while his wife conspired to overthrow democracy."
Thomas’s advocacy work sets her apart from other Supreme Court spouses.