Unveiling Supreme Court Unrest: Thomas Under Fire Amidst “Nastiness” and “Lies”


Unveiling the Unspoken Truths: Justice Thomas on the Capitol’s “Hideous” Culture and Personal Turmoil

In a recent speech marked by searing candor, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas opened up about the unrelenting attacks he and his wife have faced, painting a grim picture of Washington, D.C., as a city that revels in destruction.

Navigating the Tempest

Thomas lamented the “nastiness and lies” that have hounded him and his wife in recent years. Despite the relentless onslaught, he emphasized the importance of maintaining one’s integrity.

“You have some choices,” he stated. “You don’t get to prevent people from doing horrible things or saying horrible things. But you have to understand and accept the fact that they can’t change you unless you permit that.”

Washington: A Crucible of Malice

Turning his gaze to the nation’s capital, Thomas gave an unflattering assessment. “I think what you are going to find and especially in Washington, people pride themselves on being awful. It is a hideous place as far as I’m concerned,” he declared.

In stark contrast to the city’s political gamesmanship, Thomas expressed admiration for the “regular people” he encounters during his travels. “You get to be around regular people who don’t pride themselves in doing harmful things, merely because they have the capacity to do it or because they disagree.”

Writing for the People

As a jurist, Thomas emphasized the need for accessible language in court rulings. “The regular people I think are being disenfranchised sometimes by the way that we talk about cases,” he asserted.

Thomas has consistently advocated for simplified legal language, believing that it empowers individuals to fully understand their rights and obligations under the law.

The RV Controversy

Thomas also alluded to a recent controversy surrounding his recreational vehicle, clarifying that a loan used to purchase the motorcoach has not been forgiven.


Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s speech offers a poignant account of the challenges he and his wife have faced amid a hostile political climate in Washington, D.C.. His critique of the city’s toxic culture and his commitment to clarity in legal writing serve as valuable lessons for anyone seeking to preserve their integrity and make a positive difference in a turbulent world.