While Ginni Thomas prepares for an interview, she is accused of this


Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, says she will speak to the House on Jan. 6 after months of revelations that she pressed state and federal officials to undo the 2020 presidential election.

Thomas’ attorney Mark Paoletta told the The Bharat Express News (TBEN) on Wednesday that his client would speak voluntarily with the House Select Committee to investigate the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol regarding the conservative activist’s work around the election. of 2020. Thomas’ agreement to speak to the probe follows speculation that she would be required to testify after the revelation of texts and emails indicating that she wanted to undo the results of the 2020 presidential election.

“As she has said from the start, Ms. Thomas is eager to answer the committee’s questions to clear up any misconceptions about her work regarding the 2020 election,” Paoletta said in a statement obtained by CNN. “She’s looking forward to that opportunity.”

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The House Jan. 6 committee, which is preparing to wrap up its work this fall, has turned its attention to the links between the mob storming the Capitol and actions by former President Donald Trump and his inner circle.

Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, center, sits between Associate Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, left, and Senate Leader Mitch McConnell, right, on Oct. 21, 2021 in Washington, D.C. January would speak voluntarily with the House of Representatives, ending speculation that she had been subpoenaed.
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Republican Rep. Liz Cheney, the commission’s vice chair, reportedly agreed with Rep. Bennie Thompson, the commission’s chair, in June that Thomas should answer the probe’s questions.

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Thomas attracted public attention in May when The Washington Post and TBEN got posts after the 2020 election between her and Mark Meadows, White House chief of staff for the Trump administration. In the posts, Thomas reiterated refuting conspiracy theories that Trump’s election was stolen.

“Help this great president stand firm Mark!!! …,” Thomas said in one message. “You are the leader, along with him, who stands before America’s constitutional governance on the brink. The majority knows that Biden and the left are attempting the greatest heist in our history.”

Thomas also urged Republican lawmakers in Arizona and Wisconsin, the major Biden-won states, to reject the election results and for each to choose a “clean slate of voters” to cast votes in the Electoral College, according to emails later obtained by the After.

“Please stand strong in the face of the media and political pressure,” reads one of the Nov. 9 emails reportedly sent by Thomas after Biden’s election win. “Please think about the awesome authority our Constitution has bestowed on you.”

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Thomas reportedly used FreeRoots, a platform to send pre-written emails to multiple elected officials.

Thomas’s check continued in the summer after the After and The New York Times reported that she had been in contact with John Eastman, a lawyer for the Trump campaign. While the content of their communications has not been disclosed, the coverage suggested Thomas may have played a deeper role in his efforts to keep Trump in office.

Eastman has reportedly developed a strategy to pressure then Vice President Mike Pence not to certify the election results during a joint session of Congress, an action legal experts consider illegal.

News week contacted Thomas via Paoletta for comment.


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