More than 700,000 signature petition for impeachment of Clarence Thomas


More than 700,000 people have signed a petition to impeach Judge Clarence Thomas following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case.

Petition made by liberal advocacy group MoveOnWas created after the Supreme Court overturned Law at the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, and controversy swirls around the political activities of his wife, Ginny Thomas.

As of Friday night, there are over 786,000 signatures.

The petition is one of the majority of judges who ruled that Thomas had no constitutional right to abortion. I hinted at his consent in that caseHe suggested that the Supreme Court should reconsider the case of establishing contraceptive access and the right to same-sex marriage.

The petition also blew up Thomas for not rejecting himself in a related case on January 6, 2021. I was contacting an Arizona parliamentarian Encourage them to reject the 2020 election results, Contacted former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows I rejected the result of the last election too much.

“If Thomas does not reject himself, he must immediately investigate and be more vigilant, and it has an interest in the service of the right-wing petition and his strong role mixed with his conservative political activities. It’s just the latest in the long history of conflict, “said the statement on the petition page.

“He has shown that it cannot be fair justice and is more interested in concealing his wife’s coup attempt than in the health of the Supreme Court. He must resign — or Congress must immediately investigate and impeach. “

Some lawmakers, including Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (DN.Y.), Impeached the Supreme Court judge if the Roe v. Wade response was misleading at the confirmation hearing. I am.

“If a Supreme Court candidate lies under an oath, secures a lifetime appointment to the national Supreme Court, and then reads these opinions, it will deeply undermine the human rights of the majority of Americans without grounds. If you allow a judgment, you must see it. ” Speaking at NBC’s “Meet the Press” last month..

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