Twice-failed presidential candidate, elite Hillary Clinton, appeared on CBS News on Tuesday morning to share her thoughts on the recent overruling of Roe v. Wade. During the interview, Hillary Clinton attacked Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s character. “I went to law school with [Justice Thomas]. He’s been a person of grievance for as long as I have known him — resentment, grievance, anger … Women are going to die, Gayle. Women will die.”

Buzz Patterson, who has worked for Hillary, tweeted the video of Clinton’s appearance along with the caption:   Me: “I worked for Hillary Clinton. She’s been a person of dishonesty, ego, profanity, and vindictiveness…She will do and say anything for power and cash, Gayle.”

“He has signaled in the past to lower courts, to state legislatures to find cases, pass laws, get them up,” Clinton said, adding Thomas’s message to conservative judicial activists has been “I may not get them the first, the second, or the third time, but we’re going to keep at it.”


On June 18, 2022, 100 Percent Fed Up reported on “an unlikely” source stepping up to defend Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas after weeks of the media and Democrats pounding Clarence Thomas and calling for his removal from the Supreme Court over his wife’s “activism.” The ‘unlikely source” was Justice Sotomayor, arguably the most liberal judge on the court. She stood in a crowded room and gave a beautiful testimony of a good and decent man and reminded everyone that despite our stark differences, we must respect each other and, above all, look for the good in each other,

Here is a transcript of her speech:

I suspect I have probably disagreed with him more than with any other justice—that we have not joined each other’s opinions more than anyone else.

And yet, Justice Thomas is the one justice in the building that literally knows every employee’s name —every one of them. And not only does he know their names, he remembers their family’s names and histories. He’s the first one who will go up to someone when you’re walking with him and say, ‘Is your son okay? How’s your daughter doing in college?’ He’s the first one that, when my stepfather died, sent me flowers in Florida.

He is a man who cares deeply about the court as an institution—about the people who work there—but about people. He has a different vision than I do about how to help people and about their responsibilities to help themselves.

I’ve often said to people, ‘Justice Thomas believes that every person can pull themselves up by their bootstraps.’ I believe that some people can’t get to their bootstraps without help. They need some help to lift their foot up so they can reach their bootstraps.

That’s a very different philosophy of life, but I think we share a common understanding about people’s kindness toward them.

That’s why I can be friends with him and still continue our daily battle over our difference of opinion in cases.

Watch the video below that reflects well on Clarence Thomas and Sonia Sotomayor.

Interestingly, a privileged white woman is going after a black man who grew up under segregation. How well would this go over if the political affiliations in this situation were reversed? Indeed, this behavior couldn’t possibly have anything to do with why this delightful woman’s call signal was “Broomstick One,” according to Buzz Patterson.

The vote in the Dobbs decision was 6-3. Why isn’t Hillary commenting on Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, who authored the Dobbs decision? Thomas has been on the receiving end of sharp criticism. Why is so much of the attention directed towards Clarance Thomas? Could it possibly have anything to do with the fact that he is a black conservative who doesn’t fit what Democrats like to portray?


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