U.S.A. Today reports on Ginni Thomas’ meeting with the January 6 Committee, where she “repeated claims the 2020 election was stolen, despite a lack of evidence.” The New York Times’ take on the hearing is here and the Washington Post’s is here. It adds the following:
“In an opening statement provided to the committee and obtained by The Washington Post, Thomas denied discussing her post-election activities with her husband, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. She also denied that her husband has ever discussed his work at the court with her.
“I can guarantee that my husband has never spoken with me about pending cases at the Court. It’s an iron clad rule in our home,” Thomas added. “Let me also add, it is laughable for anyone who knows my husband to think I could influence his jurisprudence – the man is independent and stubborn, with strong character traits of independence and integrity.”