Washington DC-October 21: (LR) Supreme Court Judge Clarence Thomas is a wife and conservative activist Virginia while waiting to speak at the Heritage Foundation in Washington DC on October 21, 2021.・ I’m sitting with Thomas.
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Virginia “Genie” Thomas, the wife of Judge Clarence Thomas of the Conservative Supreme Court, said on January 6th, according to Liz Cheney, vice chairman of the Commission for Investigating Surrounding Events. You may be forced to testify about her role in the riot. Attack on the US Capitol.
A Wyoming Republican said in an interview with CNN’s State of the Union address on Sunday that the commission was in talks with Genie Thomas’ lawyer and urged her to cooperate.
“We certainly want her to agree to participate voluntarily, but the Commission is ready to consider a subpoena if she disagrees,” said Chainy. “I hope it doesn’t work. I hope she comes voluntarily.”
“It’s very important that we talk to her,” said Chainy.
Thomas is one of the many people the Parliamentary Commission has sought for information when investigating the events of January 6, 2021.Earlier this year, NBC News and other agencies Obtained a series of text messages allegedly sent by Thomas to former President Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff Mark Meadows Support the false claim that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.
Thomas reportedly urged Meadows to overturn President Joe Biden’s election victory.
When the press predicted Biden as the winner of the November 10 election, Thomas reportedly wrote to Meadows: Constitutional governance on a precipice. The majority know that Biden and the Left are attempting the greatest robbery in our history. “
Chaney and the rest of the Commission on January 6 also sought to force others near Trump or who had access to the White House to come forward and testify about what happened that day. Some did not succeed.
Former Trump Adviser Steve Bannon Convicted of Contempt of Congress on Friday After refusing to cooperate with the Commission’s subpoena on January 6, after a federal trial in Washington, DC.