Journalist proudly produces receipts to impeach Clarence Thomas, but it doesn’t go as planned

Democrats have seized on a series of text messages that Ginni Thomas sent to former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows about her personal belief that the 2020 election was dishonest and urging him to not have then-President Trump concede as efforts to expose the fraud play out to taint her husband, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, as if her activism is somehow influential in his decision-making on the high court.

Some have called for Thomas to recuse himself from any cases involving the Jan 6, 2021 protest, while the serious Kool-Aid drinkers are calling on him to resign. Naturally, we can count on the liberal media to do its part here in delivering the goods on Thomas and that’s where journalist Aaron Rupar comes into play.

Rupar took to Twitter to proudly produce the receipts, showcasing video footage from 2018 of Justice Thomas declaring — egad! — that he actually loves his wife.

He shared this quote from Thomas telling his wife the best part of being on the SCOTUS: “It’d be impossible without you. It’s sorta like, how do you run with one leg? You can’t. It makes it whole when I have my wife.”

Hell, even fellow members of the progressive tribe weighed in to essentially say ‘so what” … one such example came from MSNBC host Chris Hayes, who tweeted: “This is very sweet!”

Here’s a quick sampling of other responses to the story from Twitter:


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