Require SCOTUS Justices' Recusal for Impartiality on Jan 6
  1. United States
  2. Calif.
  3. Letter

Require SCOTUS Justices' Recusal for Impartiality on Jan 6

To: Rep. Gomez, Sen. Butler, Sen. Padilla, Pres. Biden

From: A constituent in Los Angeles, CA

May 30

There is a credible risk that Justices Alito and Thomas could face conflicts of interest in ruling on cases related to the January 6th insurrection and Donald Trump's potential criminal liability. Justice Thomas's wife was deeply involved in efforts to overturn the 2020 election results, while the Alito family residence displayed political symbols associated with the January 6th rioters. To protect the integrity and impartiality of the court, the Department of Justice should petition the other Supreme Court justices to legally require Alito and Thomas to recuse themselves from these cases. The highest court must uphold ethical standards and avoid any appearance of bias when adjudicating matters of such profound national significance. Mandatory recusal is necessary to preserve public trust in the rule of law.

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