It was only a matter of time before the Jan. 6 House Select Committee sunk their gangrenous fangs into another prominent conservative activist.
Their latest attack on Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, brings up a pertinent point as they continue broadcasting Jan. 6 show trials to a population of unenthused bystanders:
How can the committee rightfully operate under the premise that the 2020 presidential election was not in fact rigged or manipulated in any way to ensure Joe Biden’s “victory”?
All Ginni Thomas did was question the election results; she just so happens to be in a more prominent position with access to key Trump officials. Why should she be punished for that?
Meanwhile, Ginni Thomas revealed she would comply with the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot after the panel’s chairman announced plans to invite her for testimony.
Ginni Thomas, a conservative activist, said she “can’t wait to clear up misconceptions” in a statement, adding, “I look forward to talking to them.”
Following the incredibly rigged and utterly fraudulent 2020 presidential election, Ginni Thomas pushed then-White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, to do something about it, according to text messages obtained by the House Select Committee.
The Committee’s decision to subpoena Thomas comes one day after reports emerged from three sources on the panel that Justice’s wife emailed Trump’s campaign attorney, John Eastman.
Eastman, a conservative law professor, created a pair of memos for the Trump campaign in the buildup to Jan. 6, relaying a strategy to block the certification of election results. The three sources reported the existence of the emails to Ginni Thomas to the Washington Post but declined to include further details about the communications.
In response to the inquiry over his correspondence with Ginni Thomas, Eastman released a copy of what he said was within the emails in question on his recently formed Substack page, noting that Ginni Thomas asked him in December 2020 to provide “a status update to a group of grass-roots state leaders” with whom she was affiliated.
“I can categorically confirm that at no time did I discuss with Mrs. Thomas or Justice Thomas any matters pending or likely to come before the court,” Eastman wrote.
“We have never engaged in such discussions, would not engage in such discussions and did not do so in December 2020 or anytime else.”
Efforts by Trump and Eastman to encourage then-Vice President Mike Pence to deny or delay the certification of electoral votes was one of the primary focuses of the committee’s hearing Thursday.
Reports of Ginni Thomas’s urgency to overturn the election results have been sharply criticized by Democratic lawmakers. Additionally, the Washington Post reported Friday that Ginni Thomas sent emails to 29 Arizona state lawmakers in an effort to reverse Biden’s win in the state.
Ginni Thomas’s efforts to encourage lawmakers to decertify 2020 election results have prompted ethical questions surrounding her spouse’s role in deciding cases related to the election and Jan. 6. Clarence Thomas has maintained that his duties on the high court are kept separate from his wife’s political activism.
Not one piece of evidence has been discovered linking the Thomas’ to a grand master plan to overthrow the U.S. government — but we suspect the Jan. 6 Committee is trying to find it!
Author: Asa McCue