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(Paul Mirengoff) Jay Kaganoff, writing in the Washington Post says: “Fellow conservatives, it’s time to call on Clarence Thomas to resign.” No it isn’t. The controversy over Anita Hill’s allegations against Justice Thomas has nothing material in common with the cases of Al Franken, John Conyers, or Roy Moore.
First, Thomas categorically denied Hill’s allegations. Franken admits to some of the allegations against him. Moore admitted, at least initially, that he dated one or more of the girls in question and doesn’t deny that some of the handwriting in Beverly Nelson’s yearbook is his.
Second, Hill’s case was classic “he said, she said.” No one else testified that Thomas engaged in inappropriate behavior towards Anita Hill or any other female employee.
There are multiple witnesses against Franken, Conyers, and Moore.
Kaganoff says Hill had witnesses whom Joe Biden, then chairman of the Judiciary Committee, refused to call. In fact, there was only

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