Probably not, the toothless US Congress has never in centuries of corruption even once dismissed a Supreme Court judge through impeachment...
After Harlan Crow bought Clarence Thomas' mother's house in October 2014, and fixing up the place, he let her live there rent-free, which would have saved her an estimated nearly $155,000: https://archive.is/nMEnP
Another mystery income for Clarence Thomas comes from real estate company Ginger Limited Partnership from where he received between $270,000 to $750,000 since 2006 when it shut down: https://archive.is/X0QaQ
In 2008, Clarence Thomas sent his grandnephew Mark Martin Jr., who had been living with him for a decade, to Hidden Lake Academy, and Crow once again covered the $6,000 per month bill. Crow reportedly also had paid the tuition for Mark Martin at the Randolph-Macon Academy in Virginia.
This would have cost Harlan Crow more than $150,000: https://www.businessinsider.com/gop-don ... ica-2023-5
There he is again the Opus Dei, Knight of Malta puppet master of US conservative judges, Leonard Leo.
Leo got Clarence's wife, Ginni Thomas, "consulting work" in January 2012 for which she was paid nearly $100,000, and made sure that her name was kept off the financial records.
Also in 2012, Leo's non-profit filed an amicus brief to the Supreme Court in which a 5-4 majority — including Thomas — voted to strike down a component of the Voting Rights Act (in line with the brief by Leo's organisation): https://www.businessinsider.com/ginni-t ... urt-2023-5
In 2017, 9 days after he was appointed Supreme Court judge, Neil Gorsuch and his associates sold a property in Granby, Colo., from which Gorsuch made between $250,001 and $500,000.
Gorsuch "forgot" to dislcose that it was sold to big law firm Greenberg Traurig (that included former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani) that has been involved in at least 22 cases before the Supreme court.
As a lawyer at a Washington law firm nearly 20 years ago, Gorsuch represented oil billionaire Philip Anschutz.
Gorsuch's 2 co-owners in the deal were major figures in the oil and gas industry, associated to Anschutz - Kevin Conwick advised Anschutz in deals to buy sports teams and Cannon Harvey who oversaw Anschutz’s venture capital investment division: https://www.politico.com/news/2023/04/2 ... e-00093579
In 2011, Clarence Thomas corrected 13 years of forms, on which he had wrongly claimed that his wife Ginni had no outside income, when she'd been paid more than half a million dollars by the right wing Heritage Foundation.
After US supreme court judge Samuel A. Alito Jr. asked conservative donors to contribute to the Supreme Court Historical Society, one of those donors reportedly received advance information on a coming decision in the Hobby Lobby case.
The last story is more business as usual, than evident corruption. Basically the family of all (high) politicians and judges can profit from their family's connections.
Jane Roberts, the wife of US supreme court president John Roberts, was paid $10.3 million in commissions by several elite law firms from 2007 to 2014 for recruiting lawyers: https://www.businessinsider.com/jane-ro ... ons-2023-4