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A close family friend of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and his wife Ginni Thomas criticized an article published Friday by the Washington Post reporting that the judge’s wife had called on Arizona lawmakers to “take action to ensure “that a clean voters list is chosen”. “
Ginni Thomas used a pre-written form from an online platform used to send messages to elected officials, according to the report.
“Article II of the United States Constitution gives you an awesome responsibility: to choose the voters of our state,” the pre-populated email reads, according to the report. “… [P]take steps to ensure that a clean list of voters is chosen. »
The email was reportedly sent by Ginni Thomas to Republican Speaker of the Arizona House of Representatives Russell Bowers and Republican Arizona State Representative Shawnna Bolick.
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A source close to the Thomas family called the report “pathetic”.
“With everything going on in the world, it’s pathetic that the Post and others are focused on this non-story. Ginni signed a pre-written form letter, like thousands of others,” said The source.
The source also alleged that the “corporate press” is using Ginni Thomas as a way to attack Clarence Thomas after a draft Supreme Court opinion leaked, showing that Roe v. Wade could potentially be canceled.
“But the corporate press hates Judge Thomas, especially after Dobbs’ draft notice leaked, and is going after his wife for attacking the judge,” the source added.
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Another email was reportedly sent to the two people on Dec. 13 by Thomas and was from the same online platform, sent a day before Electoral College members were due to submit their vote.
“Before you choose your state’s voters … think about what will happen to the nation we all love if you don’t rise up and lead,” the email said, according to The Washington Post.
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Ginni Thomas has come under intense criticism since it was reported that she texted then-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows after the election and encouraged him to working to keep then-President Trump in power.
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