Missed Conceptions

“In a letter, her lawyer questioned the justification for her testimony and said it was a “particularly stressful time” for her.”

Unborn Children are not citizens of the United States of America. U.S. Laws are only applicable to U.S. Citizens. Christians claim unborn children are divine because they belong to a special kingdom of Jesus and God. Why has no one offered PROOF this is POSSIBLE in our highest court? Why wasn’t the CONCEPTION and birth of John the Baptist – considered? Gini Thomas and her ilk could have submitted much PROOF before Clarence Thomas, Kavanaugh, and Bennett. Ginni belongs to the Heritage Foundation – who are Big Brother Government. I’m sure they got a Secret File on Christian Extremists. I want to sue the Supreme Court for ruling on a Divine Law of God without owning any proof, or, filing any divine evidence.

Ginni needs to raise her right hand and TESTIFY to the People of the United States. How many hundreds of times has she TESTIFIED she got on her knees for Jesus?


Thomas told The Daily Caller earlier this month that she was looking forward to speaking to the committee “to clear up misconceptions.” She did not state what those misconceptions might be. 

Ginni Thomas’ lawyer tries to get her out of Jan. 6 panel testimony, saying it’s been a ‘particularly stressful time’ amid Supreme Court rulings (msn.com)

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The Heritage Foundation has promoted false claims of voter fraudHans von Spakovsky who heads the Election Law Reform Initiative at the Heritage Foundation has played an influential role in making alarmism about voter fraud mainstream in the Republican Party, despite no evidence of widespread voter fraud.[75][76] His work, which claims voting fraud is rampant, has been discredited.[77]

Following the 2020 presidential election—in which President Donald Trump made baseless claims of fraud after he was defeated for reelection—the Heritage Foundation launched a campaign in support of Republican efforts to make state voting laws more restrictive.[78][79] Heritage, through its political arm, Heritage Action for America, planned to spend $24 million over two years across eight key states to support efforts to restrict voting, in coordination with the Republican Party and allied conservative outside groups, such as Susan B. Anthony ListAmerican Legislative Exchange Council and State Policy Network

  • Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, was asked to speak to the Jan. 6 panel.
  • In a letter, her lawyer questioned the justification for her testimony and said it was a “particularly stressful time” for her.
  • Thomas was involved in efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

The attorney for Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, questioned the need for her testimony before the January 6 committee and said it had been a “particularly stressful time” amid recent Supreme Court rulings.

The House committee investigating the Capitol riot requested a voluntary interview with Thomas earlier this month over her efforts to overturn the 2020 election. She did not formally accept the invitation but said two weeks ago that she “can’t wait” to speak to the panel.

But in an an eight-page letter sent to the panel on Tuesday, Thomas’ attorney, Mark Paoletta, wrote that he had “serious concerns” about the interview and asked the committee to “provide a better justification” for why her testimony would be relevant. The letter was first obtained by The Daily Caller.

Here’s what each Supreme Court justice said about Roe v. Wade before they were confirmed

  • The Supreme Court overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade decision on Friday. 
  • The opinion was supported by five of the conservative judges on the court. 
  • Here’s what every judge said about Roe v. Wade during their confirmation hearings. 

The Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in a 5-4 vote on Friday. 

The opinion was written by Justice Samuel Alito and supported by conservative justices Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett, three of whom were appointed by former President Donal Trump.

“Roe was egregiously wrong from the start,” Alito wrote in the opinion. “Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences. And far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, Roe and Casey have enflamed debate and deepened division.”

The justices’ previous statements on Roe v. Wade have come into sharp focus after the landmark reversal. Senators Susan Collins and Joe Manchin said they were misled by Kavanaugh and Gorsuch.

Here’s what each justice said at the time of their nomination. 

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Paoletta added in his letter: “I would also note that this has been a particularly stressful time as the Thomases have been subjected to an avalanche of death threats and other abuse by the unprecedented assault on the conservative Supreme Court Justices and their families.”

He does not specify what recent Supreme Court rulings prompted the threats.

Earlier this month, Justice Clarence Thomas was part of the Supreme Court majority that voted to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling last week. In his opinion, Thomas also called for the reconsideration of the Supreme Court’s precedents for cases regarding contraceptive access, same-sex relationships, and same-sex marriage.

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The Supreme Court also struck down a New York law restricting gun-carrying right. Both decisions have sparked protests.

Paoletta defends Thomas’ communication with Trump allies

In his letter, Paoletta also said the committee was seeking Ginni Thomas’ testimony in part because of her documented conversations with allies of former President Donald in support of their efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

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The Washington Post reported in March that Thomas texted then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows after the election and urged him to take steps to overturn the results.

Paoletta defended the exchange in the letter and wrote that Thomas had corresponded with Meadows as a “private citizen” who was “simply texting a friend.”

As the wife of a Supreme Court justice, Thomas’ conduct has raised ethical and legal questions.

“Importantly, Mrs. Thomas never claimed to have first-hand knowledge about election fraud. Rather, she states that she was just passing along information that she had heard from others,” he added.

Paoletta also made reference to emails Thomas sent to John Eastman, the Trump lawyer who drafted a memo detailing a plan to block the certification of President Joe Biden’s victory.

“Mrs. Thomas was not, and is not, familiar with Mr. Eastman’s specific litigation efforts,” Paoletta said.

Thomas told The Daily Caller earlier this month that she was looking forward to speaking to the committee “to clear up misconceptions.” She did not state what those misconceptions might be. 

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