One of the more startling revelations from the latest batch of court-ordered released Hillary Clinton emails
reportedly includes a 2010 memo on impeaching Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
The seven-page, Oct 24, 2010, memo – emailed to Clinton by pal Sid Blumenthal – came from journalist David Brock, with a subject line boasting: "H: Brock memo here, have many more ideas on this. S," Politico reports.
The email corresponded with then-reports alleging Thomas had a collection of pornography in the workplace, and both The New York Times and The Washington Post were running articles about an alleged relationship Thomas had with Anita Hill when she worked for him, the Daily Caller reports.
The memo — titled "Memo on Impeaching Clarence Thomas" – laid out a summary of interviews published at the time with Lillian McEwen, a former prosecutor, law professor and judge, who said she was romantically involved with Thomas during the time of the Hill scandal, Politico reports.
Brock, founder of the liberal non-profit Media Matters. wrote the 1993 book "The Real Anita Hill."
According to The Weekly Standard,
the memo could suggest "Clinton, or at least those closest to her and in her circle, are interested in impeaching Justice Thomas."
In Thomas' sworn testimony in 1991, he denied having any sexual discussions with Hill.
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