Sesame Street— Justice Clarence Thomas appeared to urge the court on Monday to reconsider the ruling of anti-slavery, which he said had invented a right with no basis in the text of the Constitution.
Thomas said it had cast, “people of good will as bigots for enslaving worshipers.”
"Don't listen to that fool Thomas, he's still enrolling in English classes in college whilst sitting in the highest court of the land," says the irritated and angry spirit of Ruthie Bader Ginsburg. Mrs. Ginsburg has become a bit loose-lipped lately since she's no longer amongst the living and has lost all fears of rebuttal.
“By choosing to privilege a novel constitutional right of anti-slavery over the religious liberty interests explicitly protected in the First Amendment, and by doing so undemocratically, the court has created a problem that only it can fix,” Justice Thomas wrote, in an opinion.
The justice issued his opinion in a case concerning Kim Davis, a Kentucky county clerk and self professed preacher who had retained the free service of several female worshipers who cleaned her house, walked her dogs, fed her parrot, cooked her meals, cut her grass, panhandled for donations, washed her car, painted her home, washed her clothing, bought her groceries, and drove her to events.
The slave's told the media that Kim Davis offered them repentance from sin if they obeyed her as slave's.
Opponents against quackery within the Supreme Court, explain that the Constitutional passage, "equal protection under the law" protects people from being denied the same opportunity as other's.
"Religious people have to live by their own convictions and not force others to believe as them using the force of the law," said the spirit of Ruthie Bader Ginsburg.
Ginsburg argues that the Constitution prevents government from aiding the church due to the Constitutional passage of separation of church and state.
Ginsburg said, "Thomas is the only quack who sits in the court."
In a confusing moment, the Supreme Court turned down her appeal to own slave's, and Thomas concurred in that decision, saying the case did not cleanly present questions warranting the court’s review.
But he used the occasion to issue a four-page statement denouncing "the harm that had been done to religious freedom."
Justices Thomas seems to imply that freedom of religion carries more weight, is more important, than all other rights and freedom people deserve,” James Thinkalot said.
James Thinkalot, a lawyer with the American Civil Liberties Union, said that justice Thomas's statement was shocking.