This RINO Senator just stabbed Clarence Thomas in the back on national TV

Democrats have knives out for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Leftists just received an unexpected boost.

And this RINO Senator just stabbed Clarence Thomas in the back on national TV.

The January 6 Committee leaked text messages from Clarence Thomas’ wife, Ginni, to President Trump’s then-Chief-of-Staff, Mark Meadows, in the wake of the 2020 elections.

Ginni Thomas outlined how she thought Democrats stole the election and pushed Trump and Meadows to fight the results, believing Trump won the election.

Democrats immediately called for Congress to impeach Thomas, for him to resign, and for him to recuse himself from any cases involving the 2020 Committee.

Meet the Press host Chuck Todd asked retiring Ohio RINO Senator Rob Portman about the text messages and if they should lead to Thomas recusing himself from any case that could come before the Court about the 2020 election.

Todd compared the text messages to former President Clinton meeting with Loretta Lynch on his plane in the middle of the FBI investigating Hillary for mishandling classified information on her private email server.

“I’m sure you’ve heard these text messages that have come out from Ginni Thomas to the White House Chief-of-Staff. It’s not against the law to believe in conspiratorial things, but I’m curious, given the prescient that Loretta Lynch, Attorney General, when she recused herself after a tarmac course against President Clinton, and then against Hillary Clinton. Is that something the Judge should recuse himself on those cases?” Todd asked Portman.

Portman did not dismiss this story as a smear campaign leaked by Democrats to destroy Justice Thomas.

Instead, Portman agreed with Democrats that Justice Thomas should recuse himself in cases that involved the January 6 Committee.

“I respect his opinion on that. I don’t know if he’ll have the specific issue come before him about those records. That might be one where he’ll consider that. Look, he has a lot of integrity, and I think he’ll make that decision. I don’t think what your spouse says should recuse you, whether it’s in the Legislative Branch or the Judicial Branch. That would be a new precedent. But I do think that if a case comes before you and it’s exactly on point, again, again as to probable records and whether they should be made available, that that might be an issue where he would think about it. He’s going to make that decision, and he has the right to do it,” Portman responded.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.