Clarence Thomas’ Conspiracy Theory Spreading Wife Ginni Wished Love to Trump Mob on Morning of Insurrection

Clarence Thomas, one of the most Conservative of the Supreme Court Justices, has sat on the bench since 1991. His confirmation process was controversial as he had been accused of improper sexual advances from women who worked under him.

NATIONAL HARBOR, MD – FEBRUARY 23: Virginia Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, moderates a pannel discussion titled “When did World War III Begin?Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Thomas’ wife Ginni also works in politics, serving as a powerful lobbyist within the Republican party. And on the morning of the Trump riots in DC, the Supreme Court Justice’s wife was sending love and egging on the seditionists.

Ginni Thomas shared an article about the protesters to her Facebook page. She wrote, “Watch MAGA crowd today best with Right Side Broadcasting, and then C-Span for what Congress does starting at 1:00 PM today. LOVE MAGA people!!!!”

She follow that with an all caps note post which read, “GOD BLESS EACH OF YOU FOR STANDING UP or PRAYING.”

Mark Joseph Stern from Slate writes of Ginni Thomas’ reputation, “For background, Ginni Thomas is a conservative lobbyist and avid Trump supporter who campaigned for him. She also routinely spreads fringe conspiracy theories on Facebook. She recently posted: ‘No one, and I mean no one, has done more to harm America than the Democrats.'”

Ginni Thomas has been a controversial figure in the past. In February of 2020, the New York Times reported that she had been pressuring Team Trump to fire disloyal employees. Maggie Haberman wrote that she hoped to have these people replaced with her own candidates.



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