BREAKING: Clarence Thomas Makes a Shocking 11th Hour Inauguration Announcement— TRUMP STUNNED!

Democrats like to pretend that black Americans all walk in lockstep and worship their party unfailingly. They’re all supposed to be liberals who want to institute a socialist regime into the United States. But unfortunately, people in the black community can think for themselves just like anyone else. So they pretend that these people don’t exist. But they do — and they refuse to be silent, like Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Thomas has routinely ignored by liberals. He was not included in the government-funded Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History in Culture in Washington, D.C., even though he was only the second black American to serve on the Supreme Court. But he’s also about to make history another way.

Mike Pence will be sworn in as vice president at the inauguration on January 20th, and Thomas will be the one swearing him in. This will make him the first ever black Supreme Court justice to administer the oath of office to a president or vice president.

Liberals have tried to go after Thomas before — they invented a sex scandal in an attempt to bring him down. But they failed, and he was able to rise above it, and has fought Obama over the last eight years. “With such unchecked judicial power, the court day-by-day, case-by-case, is busy designing the Constitution — as Justice [Antonin] Scalia once quipped — instead of interpreting it,” he said, slamming Obama for using the Supreme Court to advance his own agenda.

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A Tea Party activist who worked on four National bus Tours and created Mega Rallies across the country. She has worked with conservative stars like Sarah Palin, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Andrew Breitbart and others.

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