The Washington Post just published what amounts to a hit piece on Ginni Thomas, Clarence Thomas’ wife.
What is Ginni Thomas saying now? The evolution of an unusually outspoken Supreme Court spouse https://t.co/D8wCPLWO1e
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) December 27, 2018
And of course, the usual liberal media players are ALL OVER IT:
“Does it matter that the spouse of a SCOTUS justice is sharing such nakedly partisan, erroneous propaganda? Or have we hit the point at which this kind of rhetoric has been so normalized that, well, why wouldn’t a prominent party activist be doing this?” https://t.co/X2tEp6nqi5
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) December 28, 2018
.@MrDanZak: “Does it matter that the spouse of a Supreme Court justice is sharing such nakedly partisan, erroneous propaganda? Or have we hit the point at which this kind of rhetoric has been so normalized…?” https://t.co/WVoTK2UzvK
— Connie Schultz (@ConnieSchultz) December 28, 2018
How many of the liberals who are FLIPPING over Mrs. Thomas’ outspoken conservatism were equally horrified when Comey’s wife and daughters slapped on pussy hats and marched against our president?
I’m preeeetty sure I don’t remember a similar level of outrage.
Why is that, I wonder? (LOLOLOL. Don’t bother answering. I already know.)
So um… about that “feminism” thing the left is all about:
The Washington Post strongly suggests the wives of conservative Supreme Court justices shouldn’t be politically active. How feminist. https://t.co/yrZK5o1SUL
— Tim Graham (@TimJGraham) December 28, 2018
Well done everyone. Wives must toe the line. Bravo.
— Chris Tsotsoros (@ctsotsoros) December 28, 2018
Isn’t it a bit retro to tie the views of a husband and wife and consider them as one entity?
— Shlomo Greenwald (@SollyGR) December 28, 2018
I know, right? These husbands need to keep their wives silent. Maybe make them wear bonnets. https://t.co/8uXybNwSS5
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) December 28, 2018
Democrats would like Justice Thomas to get his wife under control, very progressive https://t.co/Mm7rL6qBOc
— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) December 28, 2018
“SHUT YOUR LADY UP, CLARENCE”
Stephen Breyer’s wife is a minister. Should he recuse himself from all religious liberty cases? No, of course not. He’s a liberal. https://t.co/pKgUusLrpU
— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) December 28, 2018