Clarence Thomas’s Wife, Ginny Thomas, Does Not Think The Supreme Court Is All That

  the war of passive aggression

poor, tired, muddledDo you get emails from lovable font of beneficence (and apparent morning drinker) Ginny Thomas? Why not? Don’t you want to hear her plaintive cries and teeth-gnashing about how John Boehner and Eric Cantor and Mitch McConnell won’t give her an interview for her Daily Caller diary vlogs? Like this, for instance:

Dear friend,

Before I encourage you to visit my next interviewee, I honestly need your help. Ever since Thanksgiving, I have been knocking on the doors of Speaker John Boehner, Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, but they will not give me an interview! If you have any way to ask them to open their doors to my questions, could you please try?

That is some serious passive-aggressive #WARblogging right there, sending Daily Caller email-listers slavering after their frightened quarry. But let us get to the important shit, which is that Ginny Thomas, wife of Silent Man Clarence Thomas, apparently does not think the Supreme Court is so smart! Who do they think they are, anyway, the boss of the Constitution?

We feel like maybe Ginny Thomas is a little big for her apron-strings, or something (METAPHOR). Anyway, here she is intro-ing her interview with some first-term douche from Oklahoma.

 
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After just over two months in office, Republican Rep. Jim Bridenstine has already set the tone for his first two-year term in Congress as a leader who cares more about principle than party.

For instance, the 37-year-old native of Tulsa, Okla. did not vote for John Boehner to be Speaker of the House and tried last week to get the House to vote to defund Obamacare despite push back from House leadership.

That’s right. That guy is 37. Ooof, Oklahoma.

Anyway, blah blah blah

Bridenstine says Obamacare “is a government takeover” and says Chief Justice John Roberts is “incorrect” on the Affordable Care Act being a tax. He says he wants “Congress to take back its constitutional authority.”

“Just because the Supreme Court rules on something doesn’t necessarily mean that that’s constitutional,” he said.

Does Thomas push back on this idiot, perhaps with a well-timed “bless your heart” and a reminder that he is talking about her DH? (DEAR HUSBAND, MOMMYBLOGGERS.)

Nope. No she does not. But do stick around at least to hear her voice through her first question, whenever Bridendouche finally stops mansplaining to the wife of a Supreme Court justice “what is legal?” That way you get to hear her vapid voice and imagine it coming through your voicemail, demanding an apology for that time you got sexually harrassed by some sleazy lecher for like 15 years.

[DailyCaller]

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