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TMZ posted a video of a brief interview with retired Supreme Court Justice Stephen Brayer on Thursday, in which Brayer said that fellow Justice Clarence Thomas was “well.” Brayer did not say whether Thomas was released from DC Hospital where he was admitted last Friday for infection. The Supreme Court issued a statement on Sunday stating that Thomas was expected to be released in a day or two, but gave no further details. Thomas does not have covid.

Brayer was interviewed while eating at Cafe Milano in Georgetown. When asked about Thomas, Breyer said, “I think he’s fine.” Bayer’s statement about Thomas is consistent with what a source familiar with Thomas’ condition told the TGP this week.

Breyer declined to comment on the controversial Senate confirmation hearing for his successor, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, saying “their politics is not my business. It’s my business.”

Excerpts and videos via TMZ:

Justice Thomas was hospitalized last Friday after experiencing flu-like symptoms. It turned out to be an infection, which is being treated with IV antibiotics.

The SCOTUS Public Information Office said a few days ago that Thomas was expected to be released on Tuesday, but PIO Mom was on Wednesday, did not say whether Thomas had returned home or was still in hospital.

Justice Brayer simply said Thomas was fine.

Statement of the original Supreme Court:

March 20, 2022

Justice Clarence Thomas was admitted to Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C., on Friday evening with flu-like symptoms. He has been tested, caught an infection and is being treated with intravenous antibiotics. Her symptoms are decreasing, she is resting comfortably and she hopes to be released from the hospital in a day or two. Justice Thomas will participate in the consideration and discussion of any case that is not present on the basis of summary, transcript and audio of the oral argument.

UPDATE: A friend of The Hill Thomas reported to Armstrong Williams, echoing Brayers’ comments:

Armstrong Williams, a close friend of Thomas’s, told The Hill on Thursday that Thomas was “resting and will be fine” but declined to give further details about the health of the trial. When asked if Thomas was still in the hospital, Williams declined to comment.

“It doesn’t matter. He’s resting and doing well,” he added, adding: “I don’t think people care about where he’s resting – he’s resting and he’s doing well. The media thinks about where he is resting. People don’t do that. “

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