Even Supreme Court Justices Have The Right To Remain Silent

Yesterday’s session of the Supreme Court was an historic one. No, it had nothing to do with the case under discussion—a question about whether a microbiologist who tried to poison her husband’s lover with a toxic chemical could be charged under a federal law intended to regulate chemical weapons—but rather it was the fifth anniversary of the last time Justice Clarence “Tightmouth” Thomas spoke during lawyer’s arguments. Let’s all silently mouth Happy Anniversary to him and give him a copy of The Miracle Worker as a present.

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