WHAT DID SHE KNOW? Pressure Growing on Justice Clarence Thomas’ Wife to Testify at Jan. 6 Hearings

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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, left, sits with his wife Virginia Lamp Thomas, as he is introduced at the Federalist Society in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 15, 2007. Charles Dharapak/AP

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Calls for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ wife, Ginni, to testify before the Jan. 6 committee are growing after her lawyer told the panel that she refuses to do so.

The committee had asked her to voluntarily testify about her role in the plot to overturn the 2020 election after it was revealed that she had been pushing election fraud theories to Chief of Staff Mark Meadows in the days before and on Jan. 6.

Thomas texted Meadows a number of times, including one text in which she called Biden’s electoral win “the greatest Heist of our History.”

She also sent messages to Arizona election officials, Trump election lawyer John Eastman, and even attended the rally Trump held just before the Capitol riot.

Her lawyer responded to the committee saying that he didn’t see a “sufficient basis” for Ginni Thomas to testify. The lawyer said the emails between Thomas and Eastman don’t show “any coordination” between them, though he added that she’s interested in “clearing her name.”

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Mrs. Thomas is an amazing woman who has withstood the agressiveness of cult activities in America , this one we are in now is another one….I am so amazed at the honor of this couple in America ___they supported Trump and a corrected world while you follow the Bennett the filth why, you are mentally fixed to the left of nothing….

  2. I’m sure that if she has nothing to hide then she’d be happy to come and clear things up. If a congressional committee asked me to answer some questions of course I’d be happy to come and answer. If I was totally clean then the committee would look so silly for wasting its time questioning me!

  3. She wants to testify. Her lawyer is saying that he won’t allow her to until the committee shows some basis for why it wants to hear her. She’s smart enough to listen to her lawyer.