The Supreme Court receives groundbreaking report involving Justice Clarence Thomas

Clarence Thomas

The U.S. Supreme Court has been a major spotlight recently. There’s even been talks of impeaching several Justices.

And now the Supreme Court has received this groundbreaking report about Justice Clarence Thomas.

Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito have faced a ton of criticism from the radical Left in recent weeks as they are accused of ethics violations.

Those on the Left would have you believe that the Supreme Court is compromised and that their rulings shouldn’t be recognized as legitimate.

High-profile Democrats like the always-insane Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has said as much herself.

All of the Justices on the Supreme Court have strongly denied any and all accusations of the Court being compromised and has insisted that there have been no ethics violations by the members sitting on the Supreme Court bench.

In fact, it’s the radical Leftists who are going after Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito who are guilty of corruption.

According to exclusive report from the Washington Examiner, the main group behind the attacks on Thomas and Alito, Fix the Court, has failed to report financial activities that reach the level of lobbying, something that has to be reported.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Fix the Court, a charity that used to be a project of the New Venture Fund, an influential nonprofit group that the left-wing dark money behemoth and for-profit consultancy Arabella Advisors manages, is helping to lead a seemingly coordinated campaign demanding Supreme Court justices publicize more about their finances. Those mounting efforts haven’t stopped Fix the Court from not reporting activities on financial disclosures that could constitute grassroots lobbying, multiple tax lawyers told the Washington Examiner.

Later in the Washington Examiner’s report, they note that Fix the Court has “numerous” examples on and old website of theirs from 2021 and 2022 that show when the organization tried to get the public to “demand lawmakers adopt certain measures.”

Experts in tax-exempt law say some of the calls could amount to grassroots lobbying, which “attempts to influence legislation by attempting to affect the opinion of the public with respect to the legislation and encouraging the audience to take action with respect to the legislation,” according to the IRS.

Of course, non-profits are allowed to lobby as a part of their operations. But it must not exceed 20% of their overall operations.

Furthermore, it has to be reported to the IRS.

In the case of Fix the Court, they reported no lobbying operations to the IRS for the years 2021 and 2022.

In October of 2022 alone, Fix the Court implored the public to reach out to their elected officials to support the Judiciary Accountability Act.

That’s lobbying if we’ve ever seen it. And yet Fix the Court reported nothing about these operations to the IRS.

Oh, how the tables have turned. There is no law that Justices Clarence Thomas has broken even if his haters try to paint him as a compromised Justice just because they don’t like him.

But those that are going after him, like Fix the Court, actually have potential legal troubles on their hands.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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