The wife of legendary Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will be speaking about the January 6 incident and says she “can’t wait to clear up misconceptions.”
The insurrection hoax committee is targeting Ginni Thomas as the sham continues to try and embroil conservatives into something that is overblown. But, unfortunately, Donald Trump also is still fair game as Democrats’ obsession with taking him down ramps up.
So what is Ginni guilty of exactly? Well, she brought up that there is enough evidence to suggest that widespread voter fraud could have happened during the 2020 election. According to the left, this correlated to her being an insurrectionist that must be subpoenaed to be questioned.
This has caused a frenzy with liberals demanding Justice Thomas resign. Of course, if Democrats want to play this game, then the GOP could point out that Joe Biden’s sons’ behavior should be enough to call on the president to resign. The same principle, after all.
As Red State points out:
“Now, you might be asking yourself what that has to do with Clarence Thomas given that he wasn’t a part of those discussions. After all, we’ve all been assured that family members doing things should have zero impact on those who hold positions of power. How many times have you heard “Hunter Biden isn’t an elected official” as a defense of Joe Biden’s degenerate son? And in that case, the elder Biden was actually intimately involved and knowledgeable of Hunter Biden’s corrupt, likely illegal business dealings.”
Regardless, the issue continues and the Democratic Committee Chair Bennie Thompson told Axios, “We think it’s time that we, at some point, invite her to come talk to the committee.”
In terms of keeping their professional versus personal relationships separate, Ginni explained that there is never a breach of information between her and her husband.
“The legal lane is my husband’s — I never much enjoyed reading briefs and judicial opinions anyway and am quite happy to stay out of that lane,” Ginni Thomas told The Free Beacon. “We do not discuss cases until opinions are public — and even then, our discussions have always been very general and limited to public information.”
When Hillary Clinton contested, and still contests, the 2016 election, she was hailed by many on the left as a brave vigilante. But when people who align more right bring up inconsistencies in the 2020 election, they risk being subpoenaed and questioned, as we see with Ginni Thomas.