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CENSORED! Justice Thomas Documentary Removed from Amazon Prime Video

by | Mar 4, 2021

By Casey Ryan 

Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at Newsbusters and is reposted with permission.

So much for the phrase “justice for all.” Amazon reportedly removed a documentary on U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas from its Prime Video service in February — Black History Month. 

The platform added the documentary to its service in October 2020 but suddenly removed it, according to The Wall Street Journal. Amazon continued to provide documentaries on its platform from more liberal figures despite having removed “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words” from its subscription service.

Amazon continued to show documentaries featuring former Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacy Abrams and Anita Hill, who accused Justice Thomas of sexual harassment. The Journal reported that the director of Thomas’s documentary Michael Pack was never notified of its removal. “Our distributor, who’s the one who made the deal with Amazon, has repeatedly asked them for explanations but they haven’t given any,” Pack reportedly said.

The documentary’s page has remained on Amazon Prime Video, but the video is currently unable to be played. The company left a message that read “This video is currently unavailable to watch in your location.” Amazon has not responded to an inquiry about the documentary’s removal as of the publishing of this blog.

The Amazon store does not even have the DVD available. The DVD of the documentary on Amazon, as of the publishing of this blog, read, “Currently Unavailable” to buy. Amazon, owned by billionaire leftist and owner of The Washington Post Jeff Bezos, appeared to only be interested in using Black History Month to push a leftist agenda, rather than celebrate the accomplishments of all African Americans. However, this should come as no surprise. …

Categories: Media Bias