This is from over a year ago.But it makes the point. I was done with Clarence Thomas when he copied Scalia in saying a man's civil rights weren't violated when, as a prisoner, he was handcuffed to a cop and beaten by the cops.
But this dissenting opinion? This is special. This deserves to be kept for the historical record.
Clarence Thomas Thinks Slavery Kept
Everyone's Dignity Intact
In Thomas' dissent in Obergefell v. Hodges, the case that officially made marriage equality the law of the land on Friday, the Supreme Court justice claimed that enslaved Africans weren’t deprived of their “dignity” simply because they were enslaved. Therefore, Thomas argued, same-sex couples weren't actually being deprived of anything -- at least not anything, you know, important -- when they couldn't get married....
~ Huff Post