The January 6 investigation calls on Ginni Thomas, the wife of a Supreme Court judge, to testify “at some point.”
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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Special Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson, the Democratic Party of Japan, said: Panel asks Ginni ThomasTalks to the wife of Judge Clarence Thomas of the Supreme Court, a parliamentary investigator.
Ginny Thomas has been under close scrutiny in recent months following reports about her. Efforts to challenge the 2020 election results — Includes sending a series of desperate texts to President Donald Trump’s then Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
“I think it’s time to invite her to the committee someday,” Thompson told a group of journalists Thursday morning, NBC News and other media outlets reported.
Republican Vice-Chair Liz Cheney agrees that the Commission should discuss with Ginny Thomas, Cheney’s aide told CNBC.
According to Thompson, the upcoming invitation is based on “information we have met” about a conservative spouse of justice. He did not specify when the committee was planning to send the invitation.
A Supreme Court spokesman did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment.
— — Kevin Breuninger
Pence’s reaction will be the central stage in the third hearing
In this image from the video, Vice President Mike Pence speaks when the Senate is reconvened after protesters rush to the US Capitol on Wednesday, January 6, 2021.
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Aide to the special committee told reporters Wednesday afternoon that the latest hearing delves into one of Trump’s theories, and the Vice President could unilaterally refuse to count electoral college votes from the disputed nations. He said he had sex.
On January 6, 2021, Pence was tasked with presiding over a joint session of Congress to confirm the results of the Electoral College. He agitated Trump’s anger when he said in a letter shortly before the proceedings that he could not claim “one-sided authority” to cast a voter vote.
A nine-member committee has put together how Trump pressured Pence to follow this theory and how it helped to “endanger Pence’s life” by causing a parliamentary riot. Will be shown. The panel is also expected to publish new material documenting Pence’s movements in the Capitol during the riots.
— — Kevin Breuninger