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Justice Thomas Breaks Silence: It’s Not #Oscar’sSoWhite

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas addresses the Federalist Society in Washington, Thursday, Nov. 15, 2007, where he spoke about his new book and took questions from the audience. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

Breaking his silence for the first time in 10 years, Justice Clarence Thomas asked a series of questions that seemed to support the Second Amendment rights of misdemeanor domestic violence offenders. Anybody in mind, Mr. Justice?

Justice Thomas apparently asked the government the following poignant questions in the case Voisine v. United States, U.S., No. 14-10154, argued 2/29/16:

If I were to hit my wife, let’s say on her lower back, would I be banned for life from buying a machine gun?

“Yes,” the government answered.

“If I were to hit her over her lower back with love, would that warrant a lifetime ban on a constitutional right to purchase a machine gun?”

“Your honor, your constitutional right is for a muskeet, at most, not a machine gun,” continued the government.

“Gotcha, I got you to recognize my constitutional right to bear arms,” the Justice added and went back to sleep for the next 10 years.


By DANA NEACSU: Justice Thomas Breaks Silence: It’s Not #Oscar’sSoWhite


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