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UNGOVERNABLE NEWS: WHY ASK WHY? CORRUPTION EVERYWHERE! WOLF OR SHEEP?

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This is kind of corruption that those blessed with the Ungovernable spirit and ambition must counter! MARCH AGAINST CORRUPTION AND CORRUPT OFFICIALS!

If they call you Ungovernable, then defy them with pride and bravery as you are incapable of being governed by this madness:

Supreme Court justices are exempt from oversight under the federal judicial code of conduct, and it is left up to them in order to self-regulate their recusal from cases. Ideally, justices identify any conflict of interest which may cause them to be biased while deciding a case (ex. financial conflicts of interest) and they voluntary recuse themselves from the case in order to prevent a biased ruling from being handed down.

Unfortunately, Justice Clarence Thomas has failed to conform to this code of conduct, particularly in regard to cases involving Monsanto Co. In the 1970s—from 1976 to 1979—Clarence Thomas worked as a corporate lawyer for the Monsanto Corporation, thus creating a serious conflict of interest for him when deciding any case involving Monsanto. While some on the right (including Monsanto) have argued that Monsanto was a chemical company without involvement in GMOs when Thomas worked there, thus there isn’t a conflict of interest, this simply is not the case; in any situation where a judge worked with, for, or against a plaintiff, there is a real conflict of interest.

WE MUST FIGHT BACK AND ESCAPE THE OPPRESSED STATE! 

WHY DID THE TRAIN NOT STOP FOR THE DOG? 

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#UNGOVERNABLE: ESCAPE YOUR OPPRESSED STATE™" 

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UNGOVERNABLE LAW: Making decisions with a Dos Equis in a hand!

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This is kind of corruption that those blessed with the Ungovernable spirit and ambition must counter! MARCH AGAINST CORRUPTION AND CORRUPT OFFICIALS!

If they call you Ungovernable, then defy them with pride and bravery as you are incapable of being governed by this madness:

Supreme Court justices are exempt from oversight under the federal judicial code of conduct, and it is left up to them in order to self-regulate their recusal from cases. Ideally, justices identify any conflict of interest which may cause them to be biased while deciding a case (ex. financial conflicts of interest) and they voluntary recuse themselves from the case in order to prevent a biased ruling from being handed down.

Unfortunately, Justice Clarence Thomas has failed to conform to this code of conduct, particularly in regard to cases involving Monsanto Co. In the 1970s—from 1976 to 1979—Clarence Thomas worked as a corporate lawyer for the Monsanto Corporation, thus creating a serious conflict of interest for him when deciding any case involving Monsanto. While some on the right (including Monsanto) have argued that Monsanto was a chemical company without involvement in GMOs when Thomas worked there, thus there isn’t a conflict of interest, this simply is not the case; in any situation where a judge worked with, for, or against a plaintiff, there is a real conflict of interest.

WE MUST FIGHT BACK AND ESCAPE THE OPPRESSED STATE! 

WHY DID THE TRAIN NOT STOP FOR THE DOG? 

#UNG  

#UNGOVERNABLE: ESCAPE YOUR OPPRESSED STATE™" 

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UNGOVERNABLE NEWS: Conflicts of interests with Justice Thomas!

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#UNGOVERNABLE    

This is kind of corruption that those blessed with the Ungovernable spirit and ambition must counter! MARCH AGAINST CORRUPTION AND CORRUPT OFFICIALS!

If they call you Ungovernable, then defy them with pride and bravery as you are incapable of being governed by this madness:

Supreme Court justices are exempt from oversight under the federal judicial code of conduct, and it is left up to them in order to self-regulate their recusal from cases. Ideally, justices identify any conflict of interest which may cause them to be biased while deciding a case (ex. financial conflicts of interest) and they voluntary recuse themselves from the case in order to prevent a biased ruling from being handed down.

Unfortunately, Justice Clarence Thomas has failed to conform to this code of conduct, particularly in regard to cases involving Monsanto Co. In the 1970s—from 1976 to 1979—Clarence Thomas worked as a corporate lawyer for the Monsanto Corporation, thus creating a serious conflict of interest for him when deciding any case involving Monsanto. While some on the right (including Monsanto) have argued that Monsanto was a chemical company without involvement in GMOs when Thomas worked there, thus there isn’t a conflict of interest, this simply is not the case; in any situation where a judge worked with, for, or against a plaintiff, there is a real conflict of interest.

WE MUST FIGHT BACK AND ESCAPE THE OPPRESSED STATE! 

WHY DID THE TRAIN NOT STOP FOR THE DOG? 

#UNG  

#UNGOVERNABLE: ESCAPE YOUR OPPRESSED STATE™" 

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We define Ungovernable like the dictionaries (we are amenable to follow when its appropriate to do so): "escape the control".