The November election is still over a month away, but every possible scenario is being considered — and we do mean every possible scenario:
Opinion: Clarence Thomas should recuse himself if the Supreme Court has to decide the election https://t.co/LKqgIWJ2e5
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) September 28, 2020
Yeah, good luck with that!
Ha, ha, ha… throwing everything to the wall to see if anything sticks…
— German Vives, JD, MBA and CAPM (@germanvives) September 28, 2020
Just imagine if the justice in question were liberal and the writer a conservative!
Saying a black man should give up his vote in the era of BLM? That’s an unbelievably brave move, if wicked. https://t.co/hETwiVz2gK
— Pat Smith (@smithpatrick08) September 28, 2020
Biden led the hearing where Thomas got dragged through the mud, and Thomas is the one who should recuse himself? That idea has its critics:
WaPo supported the high-tech lynching of Clarence Thomas. Now it wants Biden one of the leaders of the Lynch mob – and the most corrupt and nastiest human beings ever to run for president to win the election. https://t.co/jTZOtWoAjh
— David Horowitz (@horowitz39) September 28, 2020
LOL, no. https://t.co/VdxRz4yG3H
— Varad Mehta (@varadmehta) September 28, 2020
If you can't force him, it won't happen.
(You can't force him).
— Jeanne Miller 🐉🌪️ (@JeanneMillerPV) September 28, 2020
god you people are desperate
— Highbrow Haze (@HighbrowHaze) September 28, 2020
Fact check: TRUE.
The Washington Post should recuse itself from covering politics after generations of fraudulent partisan coverage of American politics. https://t.co/IBRGagKrLl
— TakingHayekSeriously🧨 (@FriedrichHayek) September 28, 2020
It’s definitely been a shameful few years for “journalism.”