The sham Jan. 6 un-select committee desires their clown reveals to remain pertinent, so they asked for Virginia “Ginni” Thomas for testimony regarding her alleged role in the efforts to reverse the 2020 presidential election. Virginia is the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, who is no stranger to the depredations of Congressional Democrats with corrupted by partisan power.
Thomas stated she would comply, according to The Daily Caller who initially obtained the letter.
On June 16th, Chairman of the hyper-partisan witch hunt, Democrat Bennie Thompson informed Axios that the committee thinks “it’s time” for her to consult with the panel, because of recently uncovered e-mails that exposed Thomas corresponded Trump ally and conservative legal representative John Eastman.
Here’s what Thompson said:
“We think it’s time that we, at some point, invite her to come talk to the committee.”
“We have discovered in those Eastman emails some information that refers to Ginni Thomas.”
On other hand, Thomas stated that she would want to go and she “can’t wait to clear up misconceptions.”
Here’s what the letter says:
“The Committee believes that you likely have information relevant to our investigation, and we request an interview with you to discuss your knowledge of certain events and activities following the November 2020 presidential election.”
“We respect your privacy, and our questions will be limited to issues relating to January 6th, the activities that contributed to or influenced events on January 6th, and the transfer of power after the presidential election,” it further states.
The letter also notes that the committee requests “documents that are relevant to” their investigation, listing a slew of examples of “documents or communications” that would fulfill their request.
The January 6 committee asked Thomas for any “documents and communications referring or relating in any way to plans, efforts, or discussions regarding challenging, decertifying, overturning, contesting, or delaying the results or certification of the 2020 Presidential election” and “all documents and communications with Department of Justice officials or employees related in any way to the 2020 election,” according to the letter.
More details of this report from The Gateway Pundit:
The letter points to the recent news regarding John Eastman, an attorney connected to former President Trump, and refers to “recently obtained additional information regarding” his activities.
The Washington Post reported Wednesday that Thomas and Eastman corresponded regarding the details of the 2020 election.
“We are specifically investigating the activities of President Trump, John Eastman, and others as they relate to the Constitution and certain other laws, including the Electoral Count Act, that set out the required process for the election and inauguration of the President,” the letter says.
Eastman posted a Substack on Thursday dismissing the January 6 committee’s investigation into his communications with Thomas. He said he did not communicate with Thomas or her husband about “any matters pending or likely to come before the Court.”
Thompson and Vice-Chair Liz Cheney signed the letter to Thomas. The committee suggested July 6, 7, or 8 as proposed dates for her appearance. It is not yet known when Thomas will appear before the committee.
Mrs. Thomas other than her obvious association with her Supreme Court Justice husband is in her own right a well-respected attorney holding her Juris Doctorate from Creighton University and conservative activist known for her work with the Heritage Foundation, Liberty Central, and the Tea Party movement.