Tell the House Judiciary Committee: “Investigate Clarence Thomas!” (5 items + CREDO petition)


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Tell Congress: Call for a House Judiciary Committee investigation of Clarence Thomas

Nearly 200,000 people have signed our petition calling for the resignation of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. And we’re making waves in Washington. Thanks to your activism, momentum is building behind an effort to hold Clarence Thomas accountable for his blatant disregard for the Judicial Code of Conduct.

Just yesterday, Congressman Chris Murphy penned a “dear colleague” letter, asking his fellow Members of Congress to sign on to an urgent request to Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith. This letter, spurred by the recent New York Times expose of Clarence Thomas’ unethical relationship with rightwing funder and activist Harlan Crow, urges the House Judiciary Committee to hold hearings on escalating reports of unethical behavior by Supreme Court Justices.

Tell your representative: Sign Rep. Chris Murphy’s letter asking the House Judiciary Committee to investigate recent actions of Clarence Thomas and to consider extending the Judicial Conference Code of Conduct for all federal judges to members of the U.S. Supreme Court.

1 reply on “Tell the House Judiciary Committee: “Investigate Clarence Thomas!” (5 items + CREDO petition)”

If Chris Murphy really is interested in whether Supreme Court Justices have any garbage in their background, he should focus more on Elena Kagan. It appears thanks to the F.O.I.A. She had told the Senate confirmation hearing a lie when she stated she had no hand in crafting the Affordable Healthcare Act. A.K.A., Obamacare. Documents have been produced that not only was she “involved” bur very instrumental in drafting it.

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