- Rep. Bennie Thompson mentioned Thursday that the committee would search testimony from Thomas.
- Thomas, spouse of a Supreme Courtroom justice, has raised moral questions for her husband for many years.
- Thomas’ hyperlinks to Jan. 6 have renewed questions on her activism.
Ginni Thomas, spouse of Supreme Courtroom Justice Clarence Thomas, could quickly provide testimony to the committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol assault.
Rep. Bennie Thompson, who chairs the panel, mentioned Thursday that the committee would search testimony from Thomas to discover her connection to the day’s occasions. In response, Thomas instructed the Every day Caller she “can’t wait to clear up misconceptions” and appears ahead to speaking to the committee.