Calls are growing for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to be impeached, after ProPublica on Thursday released more damning information about his relationship with Republican megadonor Harlan Crow. In 2014, Thomas and his family sold a house and two vacant lots in Savannah, Georgia, to Crow for around $130,000 but never disclosed the sale, which appears to be a violation of the 1978 Ethics in Government Act. This comes after ProPublica published a bombshell investigation last week detailing unreported luxury trips Harlan Crow lavished on Thomas over two decades. In addition to being a major benefactor to Thomas and the GOP , Crow is also an avid collector of Nazi memorabilia.

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