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Justice Clarence Thomas and the Secret BOHEMIAN GROVE

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‘Weaving spiders come not here.’

That’s the motto for the Bohemian Club; a secret club of the ‘elite’ that meet in a restricted campground, a grove, in Monte Rio, California.

A place known to harbor dark secrets of a gruesome nature.

A place known as Bohemian Grove.

I usually drops these mysteries on you at night, but this one just arrived and comes out of left-field.

And so, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, brace yourselves.

It appears that our esteemed Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has found himself in a bit of a pickle.

According to some intel dropped by the Senate Judiciary Committee, Thomas forgot to mention three trips he took.

Very lavish trips, I might add, funded by none other than GOP donor Harlan Crow.

In 2017, Justice Clarence took a private jet ride from St. Louis to Montana, then jetted back to Dallas.

In 2019, he soared from Washington to Savannah, Georgia, and back again.

And in 2021, he flew from Washington to San Jose and returned—all without a peep on his disclosure forms.

He also took a trip to Bohemian Grove.

So, folks, it looks like someone’s got some explaining to do.

The Hill reports:

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas failed to disclose three trips that were paid for by GOP mega-donor Harlan Crow, according to information obtained by the Senate Judiciary Committee and released Thursday.

According to the panel, Thomas did not disclose information on three trips he took on private jets funded by Crow: a trip from St. Louis to Montana and back to Dallas in 2017; round-trip travel from Washington to Savannah, Ga., in 2019; and round-trip travel from Washington to San Jose in 2021.

The information was obtained through documents and information that Crow delivered to the committee dating back seven years.

Also included in the trove of Crow’s documents was information about the 2019 trips to Indonesia and California, which included private jet travel for both and an eight-day yacht excursion in Bali. The committee noted that a recent report totaled the gifts Thomas has received at nearly $4.2 million, far exceeding the totals of other justices.

“Nearly $4.2 million in gifts and even that wasn’t enough for Justice Thomas, with at least three additional trips the Committee found that he has failed to disclose to date,” Senate Judiciary Chair Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) said in a statement.

“The Senate Judiciary Committee’s ongoing investigation into the Supreme Court’s ethical crisis is producing new information — like what we’ve revealed today — and makes it crystal clear that the highest court needs an enforceable code of conduct, because its members continue to choose not to meet the moment.”

Durbin also noted that the information from Crow was obtained due to the subpoena the panel moved ahead with over mounting questions about the gifts received by justices.

“As a result of our investigation and subpoena authorization, we are providing the American public greater clarity on the extent of ethical lapses by Supreme Court justices and the need for ethics reform,” Durbin said.

“Despite an approval rating near all-time lows and never-ending, self-inflicted scandals, Chief Justice [John Roberts] still refuses to use his existing authority to implement an enforceable code of conduct,” the No. 2 Senate Democrat continued. “Until he acts, we will continue our push for the Supreme Court Ethics, Recusal, and Transparency Act to become law.”

Shortly before the committee’s revelations were unveiled, Crow’s office issued a statement noting he agreed to hand over seven years worth of documents and information in exchange for the panel ending its probe into the billionaire Republican donor.

“Mr. Crow reached an agreement with the Senate Judiciary Committee to provide information responsive to its requests going back seven years,” the statement from Crow’s office read. “Despite his serious and continued concerns about the legality and necessity of the inquiry, Mr. Crow engaged in good faith negotiations with the Committee from the beginning to resolve the matter.”

“As a condition of this agreement, the Committee agreed to end its probe with respect to Mr. Crow,” it continued.

BBC UK reported:

Bohemian Grove, an all-male club for the rich and powerful, is in the news after it was reported that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas visited the retreat with a billionaire friend.

A report by investigative news outlet ProPublica revealed that Justice Thomas accepted luxury trips around the world from billionaire Republican donor Harlan Crow. This included a visit to the Bohemian Grove.

Located in remote Sonoma County, north of San Francisco, Bohemian Grove’s exclusivity and secrecy has inspired both protests and conspiracy theories.

The club that runs the retreat insists that business talk is forbidden. But reports say some of America’s most powerful men have cut deals and networked amid an odd assortment of performances and rituals at the 150-year-old club.

In the year 2000, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones snuck in and recorded one of the club’s rituals, the burning of an effigy.

For those of you unaware of the Bohemian Grove, brace yourself as you continue…

It was back in 2000 when Alex Jones snuck into the Grove and covertly filmed it.

He then showed the footage in a documentary, Dark Secrets: Inside Bohemian Grove that he released on DVD.

We found a copy and attached it for you.

Here’s a 8 min clip from it. (You can watch FULL documentary at the bottom of article)

Here’s a recent clip of someone else who got in.

Turns out that massive owl stone statue is hollow.

President Nixon knew about it:

A Satanic ritual abuse (SRA) survivor drew what she witnessed…

Here’s Alex confronting a member about it.

WATCH Alex’s FULL undercover documentary, Dark Secrets, here:


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