Clarence Thomas did not ask any questions during oral arguments in either of the Supreme Court cases about the presidential election. "Thomas's colleagues fired off more than 90 questions in 90 minutes," Courtland Milloy wrote after the first case in the Washington Post. "Thomas can go an entire court term without asking a single one."

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