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  1. dynamo47 says:

    Justice Thomas, you are living proof how people of color are not, or have been suppressed in our country. Look at the past eight years in politics. A mixed racial POTUS and his family living in the a White House. A black DOJ, and on and on. Thank you for your interview sir. These days it’s popular to use race as an excuse to denounce the country.m

  2. Luci says:

    God BLESS you, Justice Clarence Thomas! You are one of the most POSITIVE side of our Supreme Court! Negative; Yes men, and Snitch women! May you live a VERY long life, and keep doing what’s best for our country and NOT themselves!

  3. Carole says:

    poppDavid, I have never seen a positive comment from you on anything. Justice Thomas knows what he is talking about. More black men are killed by other blacks and the number killed by police is insignificant in comparison. Whatever happened to any man admitting his crime and putting his hands in the air when told to do so? The police put their lives on the line every day and it is about time that ALL persons, black or white, start to respect their authority.

    1. Luci says:

      Carole; He’s a very negative, miserable person! That’s why he dares not go into the woods! He can’t “See the forest, because of the TREES”!

    2. poppDavid says:

      More police are killed by whites than blacks.

      When Tamil Rice was shot by police, it was on surveillance video, and there was only 2 seconds between the time the police car stopped and Tamil was shot dead.

      What happened to “admitting a crime and raising hands”? For starters there was no crime and no opportunity for Tamil to raise his hands.

      BTW, Tamil was 12 years old and playing in an empty playground. Can you support the Constitution and insist that all Americans accused of a crime get a fair and speedy trial before an impartial jury? Can you support the Constitution and oppose cruel and unusual punishment?

  4. poppDavid says:

    “What binds us? What do we all have in common anymore?” Thomas asked.

    It is a pity that a Supreme Court Justice didn’t bother to reference our Constitution as something that binds us. You know, the Sixth Amendment that guarantees all Americans the right to swift and fair trail before an impartial jury. The athletes are protesting violations of the Sixth Amendment where people are executed without trial.

    Pity that he didn’t mention the Eighth Amendment that prohibits cruel and unusual punishment. The athletes are protesting violations of the Eighth Amendment where people are executed for selling untaxed cigarettes, riding a bicycle without a headlight, running from arrest, holding a toy gun in a toy store, and other non-capital offenses.

    Back when Justice Thomas was a child, lynch mobs would routinely violate OUR Constitution. Even today, unarmed black men are killed by police who fear them for no reason other than their color. That is a violation of our Constitution and everyone should unite in defense of our Constitution.

    1. Marc says:

      Comrade Davidov…how pitiful and ignorance filled is your spew….

      1. poppDavid says:

        Why do you hate our Constitution?

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