In a sit-down with Gayle King, Clinton said she went to law school with Justice Clarence Thomas and called him a “person of grievance.”
Clinton claims Thomas, long a thorn in the side of far-left priorities, brings “resentment, grievance, [and] anger” into his work as a Supreme Court Justice.
On the other hand, Justice Sonia Sotomayor has a much different opinion of her colleague Clarence Thomas. Sotomayor, who is essentially Thomas’ polar opposite in the Supreme Court, gushed over Thomas’ character, saying he knows the name of everyone working in the court, as well as their families.
In total contrast to Hillary Clinton, Sotomayor gives Americans a non-toxic, apolitical measurement of her bench mate’s character:
Meanwhile, Justice Sotomayor…pic.twitter.com/5TCE70XMvI
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) June 28, 2022
Sotomayor’s defense of Thomas in the face of evil lies from Hillary Clinton is reminiscent of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s bond with the late Justice Antonin Scalia, the court’s quintessential conservative icon.
As liberals call to dismantle the Supreme Court, Americans would do well to remember that this court is one of the last areas of American government where political ideas can differ mightily – and friendships can still remain.