Petition calling for Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas impeachment has more than 1 million signatures
More than a million signatures have been registered on a petition calling for the dismissal of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
Mr. Thomas has been heavily criticized for supporting the court’s decision to set aside Raw vs. WadeThis paves the way for women to lose their right to terminate a pregnancy in nearly half of the country.
He angered Americans with his supporting opinion by saying that the court “must review all the precedents of the court’s substantive legal process, including GriswoldAnd the LawrenceAnd the Aubergeville. “These cases address Americans’ fundamental right to privacy, due process, and equal protection rights, such as same-sex marriage.
the petition It was published on MoveOn, and it currently has over a million signatures.
“Thomas – who sided with the majority in dropping Roe – outlined the next step: overturning Supreme Court rulings providing for gay rights and contraceptive rights,” the petition said. And if that wasn’t enough: Justice Clarence Thomas recently voted against the Supreme Court’s decision to compel the release of Donald Trump’s records regarding the January 6 rebellion and attempt to nullify the results of the 2020 presidential election.
It remains highly unlikely that Mr. Thomas will be removed from the Supreme Court, but the petition reflects a growing concern about justice.
Mr. Thomas’ critics have also pointed to his wife, Jenny Thomas, and her role in Republican attempts after the 2020 election to fraudulently annul Joe Biden’s victory.
Thomas has not distanced himself from issues related to the 2020 election despite his wife’s communications with White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and Arizona election officials who support Republican efforts to nullify the 2020 election.
Twice Ms. Thomas emailed the Arizona Republican House Speaker and another Arizona Republican legislator urging them to “do their constitutional duty” to swing the state in favor of former President Donald Trump.
“The eyes of the nation are on you now,” she said, adding, “Please keep in mind what would happen to the nation we all love if you did not stand up and lead.”
New York times She also mentioned that Ms. Thomas is on the board of CNP Action, a conservative group that runs letter-writing campaigns to pressure Republican lawmakers in swing states to use alternate electors to undermine the will of voters in their states by casting votes for Trump in the Electoral College.
It also alleged that Ms. Thomas played the role of “mediator” in organizing the “Stop the Robbery” rally, which turned into the Capitol riot. She denied these allegations after the report.
Her husband was the only dissenting opinion in a case determining whether or not Trump’s presidential records should be turned over to the House Select Committee investigating the Capitol riots.
“He should resign – or Congress should immediately investigate and impeach,” the petition read.