Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett seems like a pretty easygoing guy, but that doesn’t mean he’ll let criminals off the hook. And over the weekend, he found out that People magazine not only glorified an egregious sin, but they actively encouraged others to commit it:
— People (@people) September 16, 2016
That’s a crime if there ever was one. People’s tweet is a year old, so who knows how many people they have aided and abetted? One thing’s for sure: Justice Willett won’t stand for it.
1. Delete your account.
2. Wait one year.
3. Open a new account.
4. Immediately delete that one, too. https://t.co/HMQ6TzEvwX
— Justice Don Willett (@JusticeWillett) September 17, 2017
The punishment seems more than fair.
That goes down as a "dissent" ?
— Jerry Bohl, Jr. (@jr_bohl) September 18, 2017
— Erica Kaiser (@EricaKaiser_) September 17, 2017
Oh. Hell. No.
— Arnold Snarb (@Lompocaloca) September 18, 2017
What is that abomination?!!!
— Julie R. (@thevaliumsofa) September 17, 2017
Amen forever. This is unconscionable.
— Jared Cook (@jkimballcook) September 17, 2017
Pretty sure apples in guacamole was voted down by all 13 colonies.
— M.S. Martin (@msmartin3101) September 17, 2017
.@JusticeWillett Communists, no doubt. Apples are even worse than peas.
— Jeff Sechelski (@JeffSechelski) September 17, 2017
Can't you put some sort of injunction on them to prevent tweets like this???
— Chris Scheer (@Fuzzaldrin) September 17, 2017
If anyone puts peas and apples in the guac their internet privileges should be summarily revoked
— William D. Adler (@williamadler78) September 17, 2017
This travesty is worthy of a long stretch in Huntsville
— Hpygoluki (@hpygoluki) September 17, 2017
This is the kind of judicial overreach I can get behind.
— Mike Letalien (@Coach_Crash) September 18, 2017
This is the kind of judgement we NEED on the SCOTUS – now!–>
— Bob Belvedere (@BobBelvedere) September 18, 2017
We couldn’t agree more.