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To: Justice Clarence Thomas

Supreme Court Justice Thomas, recuse yourself from all Trump and January 6 insurrection cases!

Justice Clarence Thomas must recuse himself from the upcoming case on Trump's disqualification from the presidential ballot case and other January 6-related cases.

Why is this important?

Trump's claim that presidential immunity should prevent the federal suit on election interference will be decided by the Supreme Court this summer. Oral arguments are scheduled for April 25. It's clear that the Supreme Court will play a central role in this year's presidential election at a time when the public holds the historically lowest opinion of the Court's integrity.

For the Supreme Court to consider these cases with any impartiality, it's critical that justices with conflicts of interest recuse themselves. That applies first and foremost to Justice Clarence Thomas, whose own wife played a role in Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 elections.

From secret gifts from right-wing donors to weighing in on cases that his wife is connected to, Thomas has a longstanding history of conflicts of interest. It’s crucial that we raise the pressure now and demand that Justice Thomas recuse himself from this case immediately!

He has refused to recuse in the past, and we can't let that happen again. Justice Clarence Thomas must recuse himself from any case regarding January 6 and Trump’s eligibility to be on the ballot NOW.

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