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Elena Kagan turns down free bagels to avoid ethics scandal as Clarence Thomas rides around on yachts

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ProPublica reports.More recently, we also found out that Thomas sold three Georgia properties to Crowe in 2014, and that Crowe has been letting Thomas’ 94-year-old mother live on one of his properties rent-free for the last decade.

Oh, and Crowe paid for the atavistic jurist’s nephew to attend two very expensive private schools during his formative years.

Tuition was over $6,000… per month.If Thomas’ actions seem illegal, it’s because they probably are. Under the 1978 Ethics in Government Act, Supreme Court justices are required to disclose gifts made to them, their spouses, and their dependents.The Senate is currently investigating the anti-LGBTQ+ justice’s connections to Crowe.

And yet, Justice Kagan is worried about bagels!According to The Forward, a group of women who attended high school with Kagan wanted to send her bagels and lox from a legendary bakery on the Lower East Side.

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