And not a moment too soon
Earlier this week, Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett was confirmed to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.
The Tweeting Texan’s account has been dormant since November, remaining silent during Senate confirmation hearings.
But he’s back!
( (> BILL OF RIGHTS
<) )> DAY!
The 1st 10 amendments to our Constitution were ratified 226 years ago today. pic.twitter.com/e1ZEMw1H2C
— Justice Don Willett (@JusticeWillett) December 15, 2017
And Twitter was thrilled:
— Ryan (@alwaysonoffense) December 15, 2017
@JusticeWillett is back on Twitter and suddenly all is right with the world.
— Jay Cook (@jaycook_) December 15, 2017
It does feel that way, for sure! Welcome, back, sir. You have been missed.
— Savannah Singleton (@SavSingleton55) December 15, 2017
When your first Christmas wish of 2017 was answered early by Santa Claus! @JusticeWillett is back on Twitter!
It’s a Christmas Miracle! pic.twitter.com/41yv3rpG5d
— The Interim (@86thLegislature) December 15, 2017
you’re back! pic.twitter.com/yZEraG1TTs
— ???? Kat ???????? Berbel ???? (@kberbel) December 15, 2017
— Kelsey Trainor (@ktrain_11) December 15, 2017
He’s backkkk pic.twitter.com/SlfGcIc6N5
— MJ (@mj__muldowney) December 15, 2017
— Stephen Tanner (@stephenmtanner) December 15, 2017
— Richard Heppner (@RLHeppner) December 15, 2017
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