Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas Released From Hospital
Justice Thomas is A-okay! Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has been released from a Washington hospital after he was there for nearly a week due to an infection, the high court announced on Friday.
Thomas, 73, was admitted to Sibley Memorial Hospital last week after he began showing signs of “flu-like symptoms,” the court said Sunday.
The supreme court justice was reportedly treated with antibiotics at the hospital.
Justice Thomas has a long history on the Supreme Court, honorably serving in his position since 1991. He is often a private man, and is well-known for rarely granting or appearing in interviews. A relatively recent and rare appearance of Thomas in such a format occurred back in 2017 when he appeared with Fox News host Laura Ingraham to discuss life on the United States Supreme Court after the passing of late associate justice Antonin Scalia.
“Well, I think the most charitable thing to say is that it’s different,” Thomas said of what it is like working in the court without Scalia after his passing. “I think my colleagues would agree… he had a way of filling up the room with his personality, his quips his intellect his humor… for me personally it’s very different.”
“It’s an entirely different court without him,” Thomas reminisced.
Reports of allegations that Justice Thomas’ wife accused Biden and other actors of the Left of attempting to steal the 2020 election have surfaced upon his discharge from the hospital. It is important to note that Thomas never mentioned her husband or the court once in leaked messages between herself and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. She also reportedly made references to “The Biden crime family.”
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