Hillary Clinton: I Know Justice Clarence Thomas, And He's An Angry Black Man

Hillaryworld people are starting to talk up yet another comeback for her. They might want to put that comeback on hold.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is slamming conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, whom she described as a “person of grievance” in an interview on Tuesday.

“I went to law school with him. He’s been a person of grievance for as long as I have known him,” Clinton said in an interview with Gayle King during an appearance on “CBS This Morning.” “Resentment, grievance, anger … women are going to die, Gayle. Women will die.”

"As long as I have known him."

My first instinct, like that of most people, is to assume that when Hillary Clinton says something, she's lying, but a cursory review does suggest that Thomas, the Clintons, and Robert Reich, among others, were at Yale Law at the same time.

Did that provide her with any special insight?

According to Reich (if you believe him), Thomas hardly ever said a word in class. It's doubtful that there was much interaction there socially. And the rest of their interaction would have been when the Democrats were doing everything possible to destroy Thomas. Including a memo from David Brock to Hillary urging the impeachment of Thomas once he was on the court.

There's an obvious person of grievance here and it's Hillary who is still obsessed with her election defeats and failures.


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