The Senate Judiciary Committee is moving to subpoena Clarence Thomas’s Republican donors after complaining of an ethics crisis in the Supreme Court.The committee said that some Supreme Court justices have been ‘joining billionaires with business before the Court on their private planes and yachts or receiving gifts such as private school tuition for a family member.
‘However, they have either refused to comply or offered to produce certain limited information that fell well short of what the Committee needs and to which it is entitled.’Due to Crow, Leo, and Arkley’s intransigence, the Committee is now forced to seek compulsory process to obtain the information they hold. Therefore, Chair Durbin will be asking the Committee to grant him authorization to issue subpoenas to these individuals.
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