Friday, 09 Dec 2022

Ginni Thomas, wife of supreme court justice, appears before January 6 panel

Ginni Thomas, wife of supreme court justice, appears before January 6 panel


Ginni Thomas, wife of supreme court justice, appears before January 6 panel

The conservative activist Ginni Thomas, the wife of the supreme court justice Clarence Thomas, appeared on Thursday for a voluntary interview with the House January 6 committee.

Thomas did not answer questions when she arrived for the interview or later when she briefly left for a break. But Thomas did tell reporters she was looking forward to answering questions from the members of the committee.

Testimony from Thomas was one of the remaining items for the committee as it nears completion of its work. The panel has interviewed more than 1,000 witnesses and shown some testimony in eight public hearings.

Thomas has said in interviews she attended a pro-Trump rally near the White House on the morning of 6 January 2021 but left before Trump spoke and crowds attacked the Capitol.

Thomas has repeatedly maintained that her political activities posed no conflict of interest with the work of her husband.

Justice Thomas was the lone dissenting voice when the supreme court ruled in January to allow a congressional committee access to presidential diaries, visitor logs, speech drafts and handwritten notes relating to the events of January 6.

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