WOW! Ginni Thomas Has Broken Her Silence!


On Tuesday, the sham January 6 Committee was questioned about their real intention and further elaborate its basis for soliciting testimony over privately petitioning Virginia “Ginni” Thomas.

Ginni, a prominent conservative activist who is also married to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, is requesting the sham Committee to offer “better justification” for why she should appear for questioning.

In a letter dated Tuesday, Ginni’s lawyer, Mark Paoletta said that there is “no sufficient basis” to date to make her testimony relevant.

Paoletta wrote, “Before I can recommend that she meet with you, I am asking the Committee to provide a better justification for why Mrs. Thomas’s testimony is relevant to the Committee’s legislative purpose.”

Bloomberg reported that Paoletta told the committee that the Thomases “have been subjected to an avalanche of death threats and other abuse by the unprecedented assault on the conservative Supreme Court Justices and their families.”

Bloomberg reported:

That request had come after emails surfaced from then-President Donald Trump’s lawyer John Eastman showing she was in contact with the attorney and her efforts to prevent Joe Biden from taking office were more extensive than previously known.

But Paoletta, in his letter, argues the Eastman emails provide no basis to interview her. He also writes that her previously known text messaging to Trump’s last White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows simply expressed concerns about the 2020 results and also do not warrant questioning.

In March, Ginni became the center of a fabricated controversy related to the Jan. 6 Committee’s investigation when the panel leaked a series of private text messages with former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.

The messages, 29 in all, revealed a conservative activist pleading with a government official to continue investigating allegations of election fraud in the pandemic-era contest, which included record-level turnout in the form of mail-in voting that was ripe for misconduct.

Committee members escalated their efforts to compel Ginni’s testimony earlier this month after more private communications were revealed with individuals involved in former President Donald Trump’s efforts to halt certification of the 2020 election. Thompson told Axios his colleagues on the panel “think it’s time that we, at some point, invite her [Thomas] to come talk to the committee.”

This is what makes Ginni say that she looked “forward to talking to them” but, Paoletta said, “I do not believe there is currently a sufficient basis to speak with Mrs. Thomas.”

You can read the full letter here: Scribd

Sources: TheGatewayPundit, Bloomberg