Skip to comments.I Did Not Expect To Lose My Life In The Process Clarence Thomas
Posted on 09/26/2018 9:54:02 PM PDT by thesligoduffyflynns
Orrin Hatch questioning Clarence Thomas on Senate confirmation hearings c-span
The Q & A at the 3min 32 mark begins with Orrin and Hatch
and Clarence Thomas
Thomas's quote: "I did not expect to lose my life in the process"
Thomas was a rock in this week of hell. And Hatch was simply masterful. what a landmark for conservatives, and Black conservatives in particular.
Thanks for posting.
He was on Lars Larsen’s radio show a few days ago saying that we should “hear out” the accusations.
in the referenced sen confirm hearings 1991 & now The Honorable
SCJ Thomas was questioned by that creepy Joe Biden guy.
It starts at the 22:01 mark and then Biden goes on & on
but uses the phrase “willing vessel”
ref to Anita Hill
“Willing vessels” paid & unpaid
WOW what 2 words!!!
Avenatti & whores all willing vessels to bring down Kavanaugh
STARTS @ 22:01 mark when Biden takes over
Just finished with it and heard that part. He was so wanting for Thomas to come out and accuse Anita Hill of being in cahoots.
The Dems have lots of willing vessels. Did/do they get money out of it? Are they doing it because they want the attention? Or did/do they do it for the cause? Maybe all three.
Why was Juan Williams against what was done to Thomas? Did/does he know him personally?
I also believe that the Dems have willing vessels that would do A LOT more than just make accusations.
You know that guy is full of horse hockey... imho? he’s the kinda guy thats a flip flopper/pancake not only for making a living but political expendiency to do just that.
I’ll bet in private he goes to a D*M b*otch for relief
Anything that has to do with his income he’ll subscribe to
and frankly me saying this is total cynicism .
But yeah, what the hell happened here?
And look at all the willing vessels hired
Its really going to be interesting later on today when the
C-span kicks in here at my house
I have no idea. You'd have to watch the video as Orrin Hatch reads the whole article that Williams wrote. And Hatch clearly said that although Williams is not of the same political beliefs, that at least he gets it. Hatch back then said Williams was a "great journalist." In the Pirro - Williams video, Williams is bad-mouthing Hatch because he said Ramirez's allegations were phony. I doubt Senator Hatch would call Juan Williams a "great journalist" today.
I found this from Vanity Fair in 2012:
In 1980, he began writing for the Post editorial page. That December, at a convention for black conservatives in San Francisco, he met 32-year-old Clarence Thomas, then an assistant to Senator John Danforth of Missouri. An op-ed column Williams wrote praising Thomaswhose conservatism was, Williams wrote, born of the same personal anger at racism that fired the militants of the 1960scalled him to the attention of the Reagan administration, which led to his first presidential appointment, which effectively led to the Supreme Court. (In 1987, by which point Thomas headed the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Williams profiled him in The Atlantic. The notoriously wary, reclusive Thomas opened up to him: what resulted was by far the most probing and insightful piece about him ever written. Williams and Thomas have remained friends and still lunch together occasionally; Thomas attended Williamss 50th-birthday party.)
Most likely because Justice Thomas is a black man and Juan did not like what was being done to him. Took it more personal than Judge Kavanaugh today.
So, uh...she DROVE out there to take a polygraph at the AIRPORT..?
Who believes THAT..?
This insect is a complete LIAR.
very cool post by you & we all know she is a liar!
I’m gearing up right now for C-span at 9am-9:30 am today
Let’s see if she shows up... LOL
Juan Williams is an ethnic bigot; with him it is black first and foremost. The ONLY reason he showed any compassion for Clarence Thomas is because Thomas is black.
Wow...thanks for that info.
You are welcome. I didn’t know either. Got me curious.
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