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Boom! Justice Clarence Thomas Had Predicted And Aspired To Achieve This Exact Reaction From Leftists

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, like most of us, is many things. Among others, Thomas is brilliant, prudent, hard-working, and deeply religious. He’s also been a painful thorn in the side of American leftists for over thirty years now. But something else Clarence Thomas is, obviously, is a human being, which means he’s someone who can be affected by traumatic and emotional experiences.

There are many influences that can motivate us: Financial benefit, security for our families, and self-preservation are just a few. But there’s also the issue paybacks; vengeance. And sometimes revenge can be the strongest of all motivators. Such is the case, apparently, with Justice Thomas.

What’s different about the vengeance which is driving Clarence Thomas’ is that it isn’t affecting his decision-making and jurisprudence. Quite the contrary. Justice Thomas is a staunch conservative and had been long before he was nominated to SCOTUS by President George H.W. Bush in 1991. Thomas isn’t casting votes with the goal of retaliation against political opponents, he’s conducting himself as he would have even if he hadn’t been brutally attacked during those Senate Confirmation Hearings over three decades ago. But the vengeance in Thomas’ heart isn’t driving him to stick it the left with hate-tinted legal opinions, it’s merely motivating his longevity.

According to Business Insider:

“Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas told his law clerks he intended to serve on the highest court of the land to make the lives of liberals ‘miserable,’ according to a 1993 report from The New York Times.”

“In a conversation with his law clerks two years following his confirmation, The New York Times reported Thomas expressed his desire to serve on the court until the year 2034. ‘The liberals made my life miserable for 43 years,’ a former clerk remembered Thomas – who was 43 years old when confirmed – saying, according to The New York Times. ‘And I’m going to make their lives miserable for 43 years.’”

By making leftists’ lives miserable, Thomas was undoubtedly referring to how he would vote on key issues being considered by the court, and using that criteria, Clarence Thomas has been remarkably effective and consistent. For thirty-one years now, Thomas has stuck to his Constitutional constructionist values. On issues ranging from religious freedom, government overreach, Second Amendment rights, and states’ autonomy, Thomas has served as a Justice committed to the true meaning of the Constitution, which is what brings that misery to our friends on the left. And Friday’s landmark ruling in the Dobbs V Jackson case may have been his most painful vote cast yet.

By Thomas’ math, he is likely looking to keep on going for at least another decade. He has arguably been the most dependable conservative SCOTUS vote of this generation, and he shows no signs of slowing down. For the sake of conservatism, Constitutional rights, and the rule of law – and indeed, for the sake of our great nation – may God bless Clarence Thomas and grant him wisdom and good health, for as long as he is willing to serve.

By Jordan Case

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