For some, taking to America’s highways is a pleasant reprieve from daily life, and a change of scenery is therapeutic.
A month on the road should prove beneficial for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and his wife.
Especially this summer, when threats have added to the Justice and his wife’s regular worries in Washington.
Following the recent Supreme Court decision to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade law, violent left-wing opponents of the court have gone to social media to threaten Thomas and other justices for their involvement in pushing rulings to the right.
The Washington Examiner said that some have even posted Thomas’s house location and pushed irate demonstrators to shout in front of it.
More threats have been made via Twitter and other social media channels.
The number of threats against Supreme Court Justices is unprecedented, but this has not deterred them from their constitutional obligation to interpret the law.
Recent Supreme Court judgments regarding the freedom to own firearms and the right to pray have added fuel to the liberal’s fire.
What an ideal moment to take a vacation from daily struggles and do something that alters the perspective and provides a fresh viewpoint.
Thomas and his wife Ginni have discovered a means to escape the pressures of Washington, and Ginni is aware of Thomas’ hidden talents.
Thomas does not seem to possess the skills of a mechanic. However, she stated in her new book Created Equal that he is a “tinkerer.” The Examiner writes about Clarence Thomas In His Own Words, the sequel to the film of the same name that was released two years ago.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
In the book of interviews, Thomas said he never traveled much as a poor child in Georgia. Then, over 20 years ago, a friend encouraged him to see the country by mobile home, and he’s never looked back.
The Thomas’ have been known to enjoy their summer trips in the RV, but it is in the interviews for the book released this week that both Clarence and Ginni Thomas opened up about their love of being on the road. CONTINUE READING…